Rapper Young Thug has declared that almost all his clothes are womens' clothes.
"The clothes I got on right now, they're women's. Because women's clothes are [slimmer] than men's clothes The jeans I got on right now, they're women's jeans. But they fit how they're supposed to fit. Like a rockstar. The only thing I probably have in men's is like, briefs. T-shirts. 90% percent of my clothes are women's."
My best denim is, technically, for women, buttoning left. This may be more or less imperceptible, given the cut, but I think Young Thug is really onto something here. Like him, I have found that I look much better with the trim-yet-sensual lines of "womens" garments that are not otherwise particularly feminine in cut or style.
Before anyone could discern I was technically wearing women's jeans, they would already have to have been dazzled by the perfect contours of my thighs. Which is to say, to notice in the first place is to be broken of one's preconceptions.
Liberace's choices were more ostentatiously feminine, but he had a great line that Young Thug could put to use if anyone wants to make a fuss about it. "They're not womens' clothes," he said. "They're my clothes."