The Tomboy Style Illustrated And The Cute Tomboy Outfits You Don't Want To Miss - Just The Design
The androgynous nature of tomboy style fashion is always relevant. Who among you hasn't flirted with this look at some time? You might be surprised to learn that the word dates back to the sixteenth century, but it came into its own, bigtime, via the garçonnes of the 1930s Jazz Age, with women who adopted what Vogue termed a “trim and boyish” look.
I’m often asked whether I commute to the office in the shoes that I’m wearing for the day or wear more comfortable shoes (e.g. sneakers) and then swap out once I’m at the office. After ruining too many fabulous heels trying to be fashion forward in route, I fully support the swap out; wearing ballet flats or cute sneakers (e.g. Converse all-stars, New Balance) can be functional & fashionable. However, I’d refrain from using your actual running shoes as commuting sho