When Target announced a while ago that they decided to stop separating "girls" and "boys" toys in the children's toy section, it's echoing a viewpoint that media is finally claiming as the new normal: gender should not stop you from liking and having what you want. Much of general society has functioned on set gender roles for a long time, though. A lot of our "stuff" is divided by our gender, from clothing to games to appliances, etc. However, why shouldn't a woman find flattering clothing in both the women and men's section of the store? Diana, from Our City Lights, shows us how she rocks a "men's" shirt:
I had the hardest time finding a chambray shirt that fit me, my big bust, and was comfortable. If I did find a great chambray, I was so worried I would sneeze, the buttons would come flying off. I never imagined to look in the men's section because, you know, it's the men's section but it's opened up a new shopping field for me. Men's clothes fall easier I noticed, they're not as restrained to keep those curves like most women's clothing. They are also slightly cheaper, even with the same fabric. I picked up this chambray from the men's section at J.Crew and it's my favorite shirt right now.
Diana is the lovely blogger behind Our City Lights and one of the founders of Gadchick. She writes about everything she loves, from books to fashion to lifestyle and beautiful photos always accompany her posts. Check out her work and follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!