Mixing Feminine & Masculine Styles

feminine & masculine While I do consider myself a tomboy through and through, I often wear dresses. This is purely because they are comfortable as hell and summers get freaking hot (yes even in Canada) I've had a few people come up to me while wearing a dress and say "I thought you were supposed to be a tomboy"... cue eye roll… Its all lighthearted fun and I don't take it too seriously. But it gave me an idea for a post about how to mix traditionally feminine pieces with traditionally masculine. Mixing a dress with a mens waffle baseball shirt and my women's oxfords creates a fun fashionable outfit utilizing both masculine & feminine pieces. The dress is from Urban Outfitters. The shirt from my favourite mens store Frank & Oak and the shoes - Value Village. [caption id="attachment_3582" align="alignleft" width="4390"]feminine & masculine feminine & masculine[/caption] [caption id="attachment_3583" align="alignleft" width="1338"]feminine & masculine feminine & masculine[/caption] These Jeans are my favourite from Madewell. The shirt is from Edmonton store Noul. The shoes from Old Navy and the hat from Flannel Foxes. [caption id="attachment_3584" align="alignleft" width="1650"]feminine & masculine feminine & masculine[/caption] feminine & masculine This is actually my favourite way to dress. I love finding balance between the masculine and feminine and I find it is just so fun to play with.

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  • I absolutely love this and the exact same comments are what make me hesitant to wear a dress.

    Thank you so much for this website! :D Can’t wait to order stuff from the store!

    • Heather