From crop tops to tie-dye: how lockdown has liberated men’s wardrobes

The change in how men dress and interact with their clothes has been slow but significant. In normal times, men’s rules of dressing are deeply ingrained and antiquated. We’re told from the time we can crawl what’s allowed and what’s not (trousers, not skirts; blue not pink; flats not heels). These rules get enforced by school uniforms and work dress codes.

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