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Boyish ABDL/CGL Clothing


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so, i've been in the community a while, & i've never seen a whole lot of representation for male/masculine/gender-neutral littles -- particularly in clothing lines.

things seem to be very frilly or pink or warm pastels etc.. generally more catered toward feminine littles.

there's absolutely nothing wrong with that, but as a little prince, i'm looking to cater more toward people like me!

 

i'm going into fashion design in college in the fall, and i'd like some input from the community toward a fashion line i'd eventually like to put out!

 

so!! my questions for the forum (mainly for caregivers with masculine/boyish littles & for masculine/boyish members of the ABDL/Little side of the community themselves) are:

what items would you like to see in a more masculine or gender-neutral abdl clothing + toy line?

what other kinds of things would you like to see available from abdl caterers in general? (diap designs/fabric patterns/etc)

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Hello!

I recently found a company called “Tykables” on amazon that is focused on masculine/pretty neutral designs of clothes, onesies and ABDL diapers! (Link questionably nsfw? shows adult men in diapers)

https://www.amazon.com/stores/node/17608180011?_encoding=UTF8&field-lbr_brands_browse-bin=Tykables&ref_=mh_bl_sl_ap_ap_mw_17608180011

 

I also follow someone on Instagram who is an ABDL and into MDLB and IMO is very fashionable in how he wears and styles his dips and clothes. (Also questionably nsfw) https://instagram.com/brattytorran

 

To answer you question, it would be great to see more masculine and gender neutral designs for diapers that are also cute! The diapers geared more towards boys are things like skulls, camo print, solid black. I would love to see more baby boy designs with softer motifs like teddy bears, stars, princes, horses, that kind of stuff like they have for baby girls!

 

Also maybe not so easy is paci designs! Not all baby boys probably like sparkly rhinestones, so it’d be interesting to see what you can substitute to still make it customizable, maybe like buttons.

 

Hopefully you can use the links for inspiration and that I’ve helped a little bit .

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I know you're looking mainly for suggestions from masculine daddies/littles, but if you don't mind, I have some ideas.

 

Even as a female little, I don't always want the frilliest, sparkliest, pinkiest clothes. Of course, I mostly wear adult clothes and some large children's clothes, but it would be great to have access to adult size shirts with sailboats or airplanes on them. I'm not a "girly girl" even though I like cute stuff/dresses. I even prefer men's cut t-shirts that are boxier and looser than women's cuts. Give me clothes I can move around in, not things that restrict my body. :p

 

Think of designs like blue stars/moon, animals like tigers or wolves, sailboats, kites, shovel and pail, racing cars, dragon, ocean life, toy blocks, prince, knight, dinosaurs, turtles, seashells, ice cream cones, space ships, etc. Also a great idea is to look at what's available for 4-5 year olds and make adult sizes.

 

It's great you're thinking of doing this. More variety is always good! :D

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[...] it would be great to have access to adult size shirts with sailboats or airplanes on them. I'm not a "girly girl" even though I like cute stuff/dresses. I even prefer men's cut t-shirts that are boxier and looser than women's cuts. Give me clothes I can move around in, not things that restrict my body. :p

 

Think of designs like blue stars/moon, animals like tigers or wolves, sailboats, kites, shovel and pail, racing cars, dragon, ocean life, toy blocks, prince, knight, dinosaurs, turtles, seashells, ice cream cones, space ships, etc. Also a great idea is to look at what's available for 4-5 year olds and make adult sizes.

 

It's great you're thinking of doing this. More variety is always good! :D

 

i'm happy to have your input as well! :D

also, i love all of those pattern ideas -- and i don't know why it didn't cross my mind to go look at actual toddler clothes and scale them up omg

thank you so much for the suggestions! <3

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Ahh, you should make nerdy little gear, imo. Like Batman or Iron Man onesies or even T-shirts with the Avengers logo. Nerdy stuff is very gender nuetral, imo, but I'm genderfluid and a huge nerd, so I may be biased.
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