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Sweater Weather

by Elliott A., Gender Bender from Atlanta, United States

35 comments · September 17, 2013


Elliott Alexzander - Black Hat, Leather Bag, Grey Wool Sweater, Romwe Grey Scarf, Romwe Grey Wool Socks, Marc By Jacobs Long Black Shirt, Romwe Sunnies, Pearls, Leather Boots - Sweater Weather
HYPE 231
  1. Black Hat

    , in Hats
  2. Leather Bag

    , in Bags
  3. Grey wool sweater

    , in Sweaters
  4. Grey Scarf


    , in Romwe Scarves
  5. Grey wool socks


    , in Romwe Socks
  6. Sunnies


    , in Romwe Eyewear
  7. Pearls

    , in Jewelry
  8. Leather Boots

    , in Boots

As usual, I would like to discus a topic that does not relate in any way to this outfit. Well, it does kinda, but not directly. Haha.
Honestly the outfit should speak for itself. So I'll use this space to share with you a little piece of my mind.

I'm going to keep it fairly short though.

I have ONE question. I would appreciate if everyone who actually pays attention to this portion of my post answers honestly and sincerely.

Lookbook is home to many fashion lovers. A collection of individuals with individual style and individual personalities. However, some of us get cut a little short. See, clothing is the number one things society places gender stereotypes upon. I believe in a world where clothing is just... clothing. The freedom to wear what one wants to wear is not freedom at all if the community places gender roles onto the outfits we wear.
As you know, upon becoming a member of our beloved fashion community, you are forced to select one of two gender options. This choice is publicly displayed on every post and categorized with individuals of that same gender choice. However, I myself, identify as both. If you are in support of a third gender category into our community, please speak up. This category could be Neutral. So there would be the option of Girl, Boy and Neutral. Neutral would represent the large portion of our community that identifies as Gender Queer, Gender Fluid, Transgender and many more gender expressions outside of the gender binary. So my question is this. What if your gender, something that represents and is expressed in everything you wear, was not represented within this amazing community of fashion lovers and enthusiast?

Please speak up.

Elliott Alexzander

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Comments (35)

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Daisy Evans
You are cool !
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Rosa Pekkanen
lovee it!
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Bernardo Soares
cool boots!!!
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Chami  De Frémancourt
Lovely look (as all your looks are) butmost importantly, your statement above is extremely valuable, important and ought to be read by the world, especially by fashion enthusiasts. Keep up the excellent work!
All the best,
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Great idea! I just signed up (to follow your posts) and I didn't want to have to choose between male and female.

You are a huge inspiration to me.

I love your style!!!
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