INTRODUCING DAPPER BOI CLOTHING
THE ULTIMATE ANDROGYNOUS CLOTHING LINE
Dapper Boi is an androgynous clothing line that specialises in bespoke denim tailoring. Hoodies and tracksuit bottoms can often be considered as unisex, but men's denim does not cross-pollinate. Rarely will you find your girlfriend borrowing your jeans unless it’s to paint the hall, or to decimate them into a cross-patch quilt for the homeless.
After the continuing frustration of wearing ill fitted jeans Vicky and her wife Charisse decided to exploit the opportunity and through crowd-funding, managed to raise over $26K allowing them to launch Dapper Boi; a slim-straight jean that can be worn by either sex. The Dapper Boi jean has a masculine aesthetic yet fits nicely on anyone's curves. Their detailed coin pocket is deep enough to offer sanctuary to an iPhone 6. In 2016 Dapper Boi will introduce different styles of jeans, from wash to fit, and also a casual button down shirt to complete the look.
Highlights from the range include this Dapper Boi Slim-Straight Jeans, Dark Rinse. The slim-straight jeans feature the details and the look from men's jeans but also provide superior fit and comfort to fit a woman's body. It has an undeniable effeminate elegance, without losing its rugged masculinity. Switching gears slightly, Dapper Boi also has a few nice pieces in its accessory range. This Black, 6-Panel Snapback with front "Dapper Boi" patch is a statement, adorned with a contrast light brown under visor and Dapper Boi logo embroidery next to the snap. I like the bow tie motif seen on the styles too. A must have for any snapback collector looking to spice up their wardrobe.
Lastly, and to complete the look, I want you to check out the "I'm not a boy" Tee. It's deftly designed, 100% cotton, super-soft and available in a few quirky styles. If you have a naturally androgynous look, this is the brand for you. Made by people that demanded it for themselves. To see the brands journey and learn how the fudge is packed, take a look at the Kickstarter video below.
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