Not that he needed any more clout, but Harry Styles' choice of femboy attire set the internet ablaze once again.
The British celebrity's newest appearance for Vogue, in a magnificent tiered dress, once again pushed gender fluidity to the forefront.
As the LGBTQ+ groups of the late twentieth century can attest, the movement is far from young.
Men dressed as women had to meet in the shadows because they were afraid of being judged by the general public.
While they dress up, apply cosmetics, and conduct their lives in ways that are associated with women, femboys identify as guys. For a long time, the term "femboy" was thought to be slang or pejorative, referring to a group of "guys who play with makeup while taking female hormones."
Yet, like the socially acceptable term'metrosexual,' the term has taken on a far more lovable tone in recent years.
Gen Z has no problem addressing the issue; tight clothes, skirts, nail paints, and headbands are no longer just for women.
So, if you have a feminine body, it is now easier than ever to wear whatever you want and be who you want without fear of being criticized.
That's where femboy outfits come in, redefining masculinity and pushing the boundaries of what's considered "acceptable." Loverboy is pushing style limits in big ways by making skirts for guys, riffing on the classic school uniform image, and displaying socks for all to see.
Wearing playfully detailed long socks and a tiny skirt, whether you're a man or a woman, is always a statement in and of itself.
Loverboy, founded in 2015 by Charles Jeffrey, is channeling a distinct London fashion style in its one-of-a-kind collections that are taking the industry by storm.
Charles Jeffrey, a young British fashion designer, won the British Emerging Talent medal at the 2017 Fashion Awards.
In the same year, the designer was nominated for the prestigious LVMH Prize.
Loverboy is noted for rejecting gender constructs rather than toying with them and bending them to its desire.
At Loverboy, the designs aren't just for women or men, but for a new 'body language' fashion trend.
That is what makes the label a must-visit for femgirl attire.
The brand encourages everyone, from transgender persons to guys with feminine figures, to wear what makes them feel good.
Published by Hope Sparks