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Tomboy chic

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When it comes to tomboy styles, there are many so options and we really love them all. From casual sweatpants and sweatshirts to upscale button-ups and bow ties, tomboy girls really know how to show their unique style to the world.

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When you look in your closet, what do you see? Is your closet full of t-shirts and flannels? Jackets and hoodies? Jeans and joggers? We all gravitate towards different pieces of clothing (I personally have wayyyyy too many hoodies), but for the perfect tomboy closet, you need a diverse range of clothing types (unless you want to just always wear hoodies, which is also fine by me). Before you read this article, look in your closet and take an inventory of what you have. Then, use this guide…

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Iconic. Expressive. Genderful. The casual yet chic look of a denim shirt is universally flattering. Ours is 100% cotton, lightweight, and specially washed for softness. CLASSIC FIT: Fitted shoulders, relaxed through the chest and waist for an effortless, yet tailored look. Point collar. Chest pocket. Button front. Shirttail hem.

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Taylor Stitch Isla Pant Size: XS Condition: pre-owned, 9/10 First 3 pictures are stock From Taylor Stitch: A trouser that’s as easy to wear as it is stylish is no small task. When we asked ourselves what we wanted in the perfect pant, we knew it had to have pockets, an easy pull-on waist, a tailored fit, and the perfect ankle-skimming length. We envisioned it in a medium weight cotton chambray — strong enough to hold its shape but light enough to run around in. A curved hem provided the…

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At the tender age of four, you stole your father’s enormous ballcaps and wore them backwards, sulking when the adults around you called it cute. At ten you disdained shirts with butterflies and dolphins and drifted towards shirts with dogs and orcas. When highschool hit, you coveted loose cargo shorts and oversized sweatshirts, or did your best to pull off denim vests. Boys’ jeans were a staple of your wardrobe, and girly was a dirty word. These days, maybe you’re a hoodies and graphic tees…

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Many of our readers eagerly awaited the launch of specialty “tomboy” and “androgynous” brands, such as VEER and Wildfang. These brands advertised that they were finally...

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