How To Pull Off Tomboy Style Without Looking Like A Dude

How To Pull Off Tomboy Style Without Looking Like A Dude
Stockholm Street Style

You don’t have to actually be a tomboy to dress like one. The key to making this look work is to throw in just a touch of femininity, whether it’s via a slightly pointed shoe, a few undone buttons on your shirt, or some golden hardware on your satchel. Scroll down to take a cue from these on-point street style examples, and see some of the best items to take you to tomboy territory.

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