Dress Like A Woman

These times that we live in are stranger than fiction. One part farce, one part threat. We as women cling tight to the progress we have made as a whole. The 21st century allows us to be too smart to repeat the mistakes of the past that will lead to our eventual enslavement, binding, and suppression. This is a time for fighting. This is a time for resistance. This is a time to wield power. Female sexuality is a dangerous card that can be played when men can't keep a straight face.


The present requires us to push your buttons, to get in your face, to make you pay attention, to bring about regret for your brutish, medieval ways. We are making a future where our bodies, minds and life giving power are respected. Fashion gives us a voice when we can't or aren't allowed to say a thing.  We have to dress ourselves, society requires it, so why not do so in a way that speaks in modern tones? Why not dress ourselves as we would like the rest of the world to see us? If you can't see it, you can't believe it.

Observe our President: female, strong, feminine, forceful. She doesn't play by the rules and she certainly isn't going to put clothes on for the pleasure of men. Style is personal expression.


Ok, you asked for it!

Photography/Creative Direction: Jamie Solorio

Model: Rose Lynch

Hair: Amanda Fator

Makeup: Jen Siqueiros

Stylist/Creative Direction: Robin Fator

Graphic Design: Amanda Souders

Suit: Courtesy Tuxedo Den Redding

Skirts/Graphic Tshirt: Dark Pony Designs

Belt: Courtesy Carousel Boutique

Boots: Sutro Footwear