Giggles and Glue Guns Drag-alicious! Mr. Kate

I definitely have a little drag queen in me – a tiny, sequined and decked person that just can’t get enough of drag-alicious garb! I’m 14 and 15 in those pics above – yes, that’s a green wig that I would wear around on a daily basis and the tiara and mesh/fur coat were some other wardrobe staples.

Apparently rhinestones and platforms are hard to kick, and I’m still addicted! Here are some current drag-alicious duds from my closet…

Fun, right? Wearing stuff like this just brightens my day!

  • Rhinestone hoops: Forever 21
  • Sequin Shorts (wear them over black tights for Winter): Topshop
  • Tapestry Platforms: ASOS
  • Faux Fur Snood: various

My advice is to not wear it all at once – a little drag goes a long way! Here’s a recent outfit I put together using a couple drag-alicious items: thrifted tutu, ASOS platforms and a big-ass hair bow (American Apparel)!

How do you drag up your life?

 

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  3. Shouldn’t you be dressed as a man if you are in drag? I thought the term drag meant dressing in a way different from ones gender or gender identity. If you are transgendered disregard my statement.

    • thanks for your comment! i’m taking inspiration from those great and wonderful drag queens who are yes, males dressed as females but the way they interpret their clothes is unique to the style of ‘drag.’ All the things I mentioned, rhinestones, sequins, etc. are things that drag queens usually like and wear so I’m taking a page out of their book and applying it to my female-dressed-as-female wardrobe! Make sense? ; )

    • i thought the same… now I feel stupid and insecure *i cry* (not) :D

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