This straight dad-of-three is about to become your fashion icon.
That’s because married dad Mark Brayan, 61, has been wearing skirts and heels to work for the past four years, to challenge gender norms.
The robotics engineer manager, living in Germany, has wowed social media users with his looks, gaining more than 73,000 followers.
Mark wants to show the world that cisgender, straight men can still be ‘masculine’ while sporting traditionally feminine clothes and shoes.
On his ever-growing Instagram, he writes: ‘I am just a straight, happily married guy that loves Porsches, beautiful women, and incorporating high heels and skirts into my daily wardrobe’.
The dad-of-three says his clothing has nothing to do with his sexuality or how he identifies but rather a way to be comfortable and fashion-forward while doing away with gender norms
Mark tells Metro.co.uk: ‘What drives me to dress in skirts is fashion. Comfort. Wanting to be different.
‘I’m still the manly husband and father. My daughter even wants to borrow my shoes at times.
‘My colleagues were okay when I started wearing skirts. I had already been wearing heels with my pants for some time. So it came to them as no surprise.’
You can often see him slaying whether at the train station or in his office where he is regularly photographed wearing matching shoes with his work attire.
And during the pandemic, he’s also been working from home but that doesn’t mean he’s putting the heels down.
Mark has been slaying the fashion game at home too.
We just wonder how he manages to wear those heels all day.
Credit: Original article published here.