Maybe it was just just an American thing, but has anyone ever dressed Preppie, when you were in boy mode? Some may know this style as Ivy League.
The look seems to have faded in recent years, but I used to do it all the time, back in the 70's and early eighties. Why? Well......because it was the closest thing to a unisex style that I could come up with, once the early 70's hippie unisex styles went out of fashion. As a preppie, I could get away with wearing essentially the same things the preppie girls were wearing, including smart looking pink shirts. Nearly everything of the preppie style, save for the skirts, dresses, and some select sweaters, had a duplicate item in men's wear. Whether it be loafers, crisp looking twill pants, wool sweaters, tweed blazers, and yes, even clogs! Both boys and girls could wear all these things. The only difference was that the girls clothes were a bit more tailored, giving them an even smarter look.
The preppie style still exists, but it seems that only mostly older middle aged suburban types wear it now, and god love them, but a pot bellied, balding fifty plus year old man in khakis and a pink polo shirt, just doesn't inspire a sense of gender liberation.
What sort of things do any of you wear now, when you don't particularly want to be identified as a male, but still cannot present openly as a female? What exactly is the current unisex style, or has the concept of unisex become an anachronism?