Photos by Nuno Vieira
Shorts - Vintage Lacoste (thrifted, for 4e) // T-Shirt - Primark (Menswear Department too) // Shoes - Dr. Martens
Although I do believe in putting together a defensive and therefore strong type of (life)style, I do not stand for the superiority of women, but for gender equality. Having this said, my wardrobe is quite boyish, oversized and shapeless. Not that I'm worried about showing off curves (ok, maybe cause I don't have any), I'm just not pleased about the necessity of seducing.
Women nowadays depend on tight clothes, really short skirts, enormous cleavage, especially to show men their sexual potential. On the other hand, as you might have already noticed, I'm the complete opposite, meaning I like to face off men every now and then. Shock them maybe? Because seeing a girl adopting menswear as a first choice can be awkwardly disturbing for some machos. And vice versa. In case I feel like wearing something masculine, then I will, it's my choice, my body and it shouldn't be up for discussion either. There shouldn't be such rigid stereotypes and so much prejudice concerning "masculine" and "feminine". After all we are all human beings sharing our goods.