Meet your new trend icon (Image: @markbryan911/Instagram)
This straight dad-of-three is about to change into your trend icon.
That’s as a result of married dad Mark Brayan, 61, has been carrying skirts and heels to work for the previous 4 years, to problem gender norms.
The robotics engineer supervisor, residing in Germany, has wowed social media customers along with his seems, gaining greater than 73,000 followers.
Mark needs to indicate the world that cisgender, straight males can nonetheless be ‘masculine’ whereas sporting historically female garments and sneakers.
On his ever-growing Instagram, he writes: ‘I’m only a straight, fortunately married man that loves Porsches, stunning ladies, and incorporating excessive heels and skirts into my each day wardrobe’.
Love the coordination (Image: @markbryan911/Instagram)
Serving some critical seems (Image: @markbryan911/Instagram)
The dad-of-three says his clothes has nothing to do along with his sexuality or how he identifies however fairly a option to be comfy and fashion-forward whereas removing gender norms
Mark tells Metro.co.uk: ‘What drives me to decorate in skirts is trend. Consolation. Desirous to be totally different.
‘I’m nonetheless the manly husband and father. My daughter even needs to borrow my sneakers at occasions.
‘My colleagues had been okay once I began carrying skirts. I had already been carrying heels with my pants for a while. So it got here to them as no shock.’
You’ll be able to usually see him slaying whether or not on the practice station or in his workplace the place he’s frequently photographed carrying matching sneakers along with his work apparel.
Not day-after-day is a heel day (Image: @markbryan911/Instagram)
And throughout the pandemic, he’s additionally been working from dwelling however that doesn’t imply he’s placing the heels down.
Mark has been slaying the style sport at dwelling too.
We simply surprise how he manages to put on these heels all day.
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