Masculine suits for women, trans men, and other handsome AF folks

Updated Mar 15 2021
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masculine suits for women
The Romeo Suit—Custom Made Women's Suits from Vigilante Labs

Hey dapper brides, trans men, androgynous folks, genderqueer friends, and anyone else who wants to look their stylish best in a suit on their wedding day: have you found your look yet?

If not, I've scrounged up a few killer options for masculine suits made for folks who may have some curves.

From butch to slightly femme, these suits are ripe for customizing to your look and measurements.

Which one would you rock?

Black gabardine… the perfect look for an androgynous lover. From Vigilante Labs

 

Turns out that David's Bridal has finally noticed that some female-bodied folks want masculine suits! This fitted lewk is hot
Or maybe you want it in white?

 

Because Ministry of Supply suits are made with stretch, folks tend to find that they fit people of ALL genders better.

 

Loving this custom tuxedo look! You can get it here.
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Yeoman Vest from Haute Butch

 

The Parker Blazer from JCrew has a nice feel to it… plus it's bi-stretch cotton, which feels very appropriate for those of us on the B side of the LGBTQ rainbow.

 

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Pinstripes and Brocade from Vigilante Labs

 

This one is SUPER affordable

 

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The Mr. Famous from Duchess Clothier

 

ASOS makes this cute set — check the cut-outs on the side of the blazer!

 

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Hall Street Suit by Bindle & Keep
This suit from ASOS is so green, so androgynous, so hot.
This is the Georgie suit from Kirrin Finch
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Magda suit from Laura Galic
Did someone say SEQUIN SUIT?!

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