James Charles wore a skirt for the first time, says he felt 'soo cute and powerful'

James Charles shared photos from his first time in a skirt. (Photo: Theo Wargo / WireImage)
James Charles casually killed his first time in a skirt.
On Sunday, the 21-year-old makeup influencer took to Instagram to share pictures of himself in a leather skirt while leaning against a painted wall.
"Sundays are skirts I've never worn before but low key felt so cute and powerful ... what do you think?" he labeled the post.
Charles' fans took note of the comments to share how much they loved the look. YouTuber Benji Krol commented, "Wait like you haven't been wearing a skirt before saying this is a cuff you need to wear them more often." Charles agreed to the letter: "I think too."
"James in a skirt is magical," said one person.
"It looks so good to you OMG," wrote another fan.
"Girllll ... I love it, keep going with you and don't listen to the people who don't like it or whatever. I love you James!"
Charles often breaks gender norms in his fashion choices.
James Charles attends the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards at the Prudential Center on August 26, 2019 in Newark, New Jersey. (Photo: Axelle / Bauer-Griffin / WireImage)
James Charles attends the Marc Jacobs Spring 2020 Runway Show at Park Avenue Armory on September 11, 2019 in New York City. (Photo: Jamie McCarthy / Getty Images for Marc Jacobs)
"Clothes that I consider to be subjective - clothes obviously have no gender and for me it's just about feeling safe and also feeling physically safe," said the beauty influencer to Seventeen in July 2019 Sense of style.
"I'm not the most confident in my body. I don't know why, my identity is something I've always struggled with. How obviously I'm a boy in makeup - but I've always enjoyed very feminine things and I have trying to educate me about gender identity and social stereotypes and the like, "he said. "So for me it's always just about pushing new boundaries and feeling uncomfortable in a way that I can force myself to be more confident and love who I am."
(Photo: Tyler Mitchell // Vogue)
Charles' photos come after Harry Styles earned both praise and criticism for wearing a dress on the cover of December's Vogue. Conservative activist Candace Owens voiced her disapproval and tweeted: “There is no society that can survive without strong men. The East knows this. In the West, the steady feminization of our men at the same time that our children are being taught Marxism is no accident. It's a real attack. Bring back manly men. "
Styles apparently responded to the comment by posting a picture of himself eating a banana while wearing a light blue suit and wide-sleeved top on Instagram, titled "Bring back manly men."
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