Minimal Androgyny

Submitted by Samantha Jean, who is both the model and photographer

“I run a blog called MASJLondon, which stands for Minimal Androgyny (The theme) and Samantha Jean (My name)
I’m in the process of opening an androgynous/minimal fashion e-commerce website, for all of us girls that feel a bit lost in a pink dress. Androgyny in fashion is, put simply, possessing both feminine and masculine characteristics
You don’t have to be butch, you don’t have to be feminine, there are plenty of spaces in the middle ground that you can feel comfortable. My aim is to represent all of those of us who feel like we don’t quite ‘get’ mainstream fashion stores
I shop in the men’s section half of the time, my blog reflects this. There’s no shame in shopping in the men’s section, you just need to own it!! I would love, if this sounded like something any of you guys would be interested in, if you could show some support for the blog. There are some big future plans and I’m very excited! The beauty of style, is that it’s yours.
Throw out the fashion rule book and stand proud!”

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Posted by on July 30th, 2014 at 10:00 am

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4 Responses to “Minimal Androgyny”

  1. Bob H.

    As a dude who pretty much only buys non-feminine women’s clothing, I think that’s a great idea! It would be super cool to some day see a shop like the one you’re planning cater to people of all genders/IDs who enjoy androgyny.

    A clothing shop that doesn’t designate “men’s” or “women’s”. Does this even exist anywhere??


    Samantha replied:

    That’s exactly what I’m going for
    Thank you for the support!

    I want to be a genuine unisex brand
    The seperation of women’s and men’s sections, is wayy behind.
    I don’t think there are many genuine unisex brands, so fingers crossed we work out!


  2. Anonymous

    I can never find the clothes I want and it’s so frustrating! I hope it works for you! You have a great sense of style and I love the combinations!


  3. Scout

    I would love a store like that I tend to love being a guy and a girl but mostly a guy and would love that. Such a great idea I would love to help if you ever needed it too I don’t have much but I have ideas.


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