Photo: Jasmine Heyward

As an AFAB non-binary person, semi-androgynous fashion is at the core of how I present myself to the world, especially as I become more comfortable with my own identity. As a Zoomer who discovered emo culture in high school and never left that phase, starched button-down shirts and loafers feel just as fake for me as dresses with heels. So for any androgynous-leaning person out there who wants their wardrobe to reflect their identity and be stylish, here are five androgynous looks that are compatible with alternative fashion.
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