Though the stereotype that gay men are better dressed than their queer female counterparts is something of a tired cliché, it’s not entirely without merit in Seoul. Menswear boutiques, for example, are popping up throughout the city. But for women in Korea who feel comfortable and look their best in masculinepresenting, or “tomboy/butch,” attire, options are limited. However, now that formfitting menswear is gaining traction, finding the right sartorial fit for butch-identified women in Korea is getting easier. So where does one find gender-neutral options that dress with quality, variety and style? Without a doubt, fashion and culture are embracing the “unisex look,” and that’s a step in the right direction, but there’s so much more than just wearing a unisex sweater. Here are a few tips that’ll help you reign the spring season with confidence and style in Seoul.