When I was about 10 years old, I decided to ditch all the “girly” things in my closet and go full tomboy. I mean I full out shopped in the boy section, wore boxers, white tees, and baggy Lee Pipe jeans. I was deep in it.
I rocked that look for a while and eventually as I got older and more developed my style changed and took me back to the girl side of the store. Again, my style changed throughout my teenage years. I wore only Hollister and Abercrombie & Fitch for a while, typical southern California beach girl. Even though my style changed I still always did something different. I use to buy graphic T-shirts from the guy section at target and wear them as dresses, cut them into tank tops, or other cut tops. I loved it, it was taking fashion that was already there but then I made it a little different and my own.
Today, I still buy boy clothes….they are way more comfortable. But really boy clothes on a woman make a statement. You can be comfortable, confident, and sexy all at the same time. Fashion rules are more of just guidelines. They are there but real fashion is made when the rules are broken and risks are taken