Ladies and Gents, Androgynous Style

Style is a statement. Adorning one’s self each day in articles of clothing is one of the simplest forms of expression. It’s Pride month and we’re recognizing—and celebrating—that gender is fluid, and so too is style.

Rather than wearing assigned clothing items, we’ve found influencers who take pride in putting together outfits that make them feel unapologetically themselves. The added beauty in their feeds? The outpouring of support that flows from influencer to follower and back again, whether it’s snaps for an especially dapper outfit, or enthusiastic backing for a shared cause.

We’re inspired just thinking about it. Read on, chances are, you’ll feel it too.

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A self described nature junkie and explorer, Jess is helping to deconstruct gender one outfit at a time. Also check the feed for inspiring quotes and great hair.

Location: Virginia

Followers: 18k


Charlotte Glasser’s bio says it all: community over competition and impact over intent. The business consultant and event producer, working bi-coastally at Hot Rabbit, puts on LGBTQ dance parties. Look out for Pride Day events.

Location: New York, NY

Followers: 5,107

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From Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Sara Geffrard is the blogger behind A Dapper Chick and also founded the group The Dapper Chicks, standing together in style for a cause, (mainly autism awareness, women’s equality, breast cancer and bullying.)

Location: Newark, NJ

Followers: 50.8k


Blogging at She’s a Gent, Cali raised and NY based Danielle A. Cooper looks to empower readers to “Be free enough to be you!” Look to her feed for fitness, fashion and authenticity.

Location: New York, NY

Followers: 41k

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Artist and model Ali Medina even makes the dreaded barber’s cape look good. Granted, that’s kind of her job, but we think living free as her true self is even more attractive.

Location: New York, NY

Followers: 8,949


The photographer and menswear blogger behind Dapper Penniless, Doreen Pierre, wants to help followers look and feel good on a budget. Incredibly open, Pierre draws from personal experiences to help create a community where queer fashion lovers feel welcome.

Location: New York, NY

Followers: 3,790

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Taiwanese scholar, Wen Liu, finished up her CUNY PhD in Critical Social Psychology with a dissertation on “Cruising Borders, Unsettling Identities: Toward A Queer Diaspora Asian America.” Joining the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality studies department at SUNY Albany in the Fall, Liu already has the stylish professor look down.

Location: New York, NY

Followers: 7,651

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Going by the pronouns they/them, Madin Lopez featured in the Emmy nominated MTV documentary Transformation covering ProjectQ. Using hair as a form of social justice, the organization provides free haircuts to queer homeless youth. In the words of the organization, the haircut may not provide a home, but it provides the self esteem boost to let them know they deserve one.

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Followers: 4,527

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Native to Jamaica, Allison Graham blogs at She Does Him. Graham’s MO, to never be thrown in a box. She appreciates that designers are starting to see clothing as unisex and wants to help continue breaking barriers in the fashion space and beyond.

Location: Brooklyn, NY

Followers: 23k

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Blogging at the eponymous The René Berry blog, René Berry’s style is classic and almost always includes a hat from her collection. It’s actually harder to find a photo of her without the accessory than it is to pick out different classic styles, from the panama to the pork pie.

Location: Texas

Followers: 9,212


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