This pictures also embraces the sentiment that Lezsquire tries to convey of having a masculine sense of style while still embracing your body. There is no question that the woman pictured is dressed masculinely, but she's not hiding in her clothes. Her shirt and pants are just tailored enough to hint at what is underneath. You can still see that she has a good body without her character being "feminized" in any way. The look exudes confidence and is sexy as fuck.
Also, the suspenders. Love. Glad to see them popping up more often in fashion nowadays.
Do you wear suspenders? Moreover, how do you relax after a long day at work?