Everyday Style with Matthew Jacobs

Everyday Style with Matthew Jacobs

Sometimes, there’s nothing sexier than a clean white tee and jeans or a comfortable button-down. Just take a look at legendary style icons like Johnny Depp, Steve McQueen, James Dean, and Marlon Brando: via TSB Mag via Listal via House of Retro via Wikipedia via MF Tech Bang So, if you’re not into the bow-tie(…)

Big Fat Flea NYC Gets Fat and Dapper May 4th!

Big Fat Flea NYC Gets Fat and Dapper May 4th!

The Big Fat Flea is an all genders fatshion rummage sale and fabulous fat community event that benefits NOLOSE, a volunteer-run organization dedicated to ending the oppression of fat people and creating vibrant fat queer culture! And, on May 4th Big Fat Flea will be hosting a fat-tastic event, where YOU can brunch, mingle, and(…)

Super Sale Saturday Roundup: Best Clearance Queer Fashion on the Web

Super Sale Saturday Roundup: Best Clearance Queer Fashion on the Web

Welcome to our latest regular roundup -  SUPER SALE SATURDAY -  where we list all of the amazing dapper queer sale/clearance items we found on the web. You don’t have to get dressed. You don’t have to leave your bed. You don’t even have to spend hours scouring the Internet. Just grab your favorite beverage,(…)

Peter Manning / Five Eight NYC: Menswear Pants for Individuals 5’8″ and Under

Peter Manning / Five Eight NYC: Menswear Pants for Individuals 5’8″ and Under

It seems as if many of the new brands specializing in clothing for the unconventionally masculine are focusing on button-down shirts. Don’t get me wrong, we have ZERO complaints, because the button-down is a staple – a foundation for any good wardrobe. After all, dapperQs have been tormented enough with gaping in the bust, collars(…)

Spring into Spring Style & Support Women’s Education with Peau De Loup

Spring into Spring Style & Support Women’s Education with Peau De Loup

Peau De Loup (PDL) is a Vancouver based apparel company specializing in button-downs for female bodied individuals. My partner and I got our hands on one of their special edition Wildfang / Peau De Loup (WFXPDL) button-downs and we’ve been battling over who gets to wear it all the time. While button-downs are a staple(…)

Ask dapperQ: Masculine Swimwear Part II

Ask dapperQ: Masculine Swimwear Part II

A reader asks: “Can we talk about swimwear? With beach season almost upon us, I am reminded yet again of the differences between my partner and myself. For me, swimsuit season kicks off with a crash diet and an all-day shopping trip with a friend to find the perfect two-piece. However, my typically confident and(…)

Everyday Style with K. Soriano

Everyday Style with K. Soriano

We’re back with Everyday Style, this time featuring K. Soriano, Texan, UTE alumna, androgynous model, and Salt Lake City linguist and lover of words.   Outfit Details: Blue Oxford by AE White Sweater Vest by J. Crew Navy Summer Skimmer Mini Khakis by GAP Brown Leather Loafers by Bass Gold Sylvia Watch by Fossil Photos(…)

The #dapperQs of Instagram

The #dapperQs of Instagram

A couple of week’s ago, dapperQ launched our new feature, The #dapperQs of Instagram, where we showcase some of the amazing style that YOU, our readers, have been sharing using the #dapperQ hashtag on dapperQ’s Instagram. Since our first post, we’ve rounded up even MORE dashingly dapper style that you posted #dapperQ on Instagram. Keep(…)

Interview: Founder of Scout’s Honor Tomboy Clothing, Clare Marie Myers

Interview: Founder of Scout’s Honor Tomboy Clothing, Clare Marie Myers

Nothing pleases us more than when a legitimate androgynous, tomboy, and/or masculine clothing company that caters to our readers pops up. dapperQ is regularly bombarded with aspiring brands that want us to feature their new t-shirt or snap-back line. And, while we support these brands in general, they do not address many of the fit(…)

Ante Up: GayFace Gets Dapper, Goes 1st Class!

Ante Up: GayFace Gets Dapper, Goes 1st Class!

GAYFACE is a photo advocacy project that uses simple diptych portraits to document the beauty and diversity of LGBTQ individuals. Since its inception in 2011, the project has captured images of more than 150 people from six different cities. Advocate.com states: “One image features the subject with their eyes closed, demonstrating a level of vulnerability(…)