How to Dress Like a Boy and Look Like a Girl

Updated on Feb 10, 2015
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MessagesOnANapkin 's Thoughts:

There's something about wearing a masculine piece that makes a gal feel all sorts of feminine, and ridiculously so. The way you have to roll up the sleeves of an over-sized blazer, so it doesn't fall over the tips of your fingers. How fringed penny loafers remind you of your handsome grandfather, but look so sweet paired with socks and your midi skirt. The way your delicate perfume mixes with the crisp white of an oxford shirt, gentleness mixing with no-nonsense. The contrast of the looks is what's so appealing, but more often than not it can be a hard look to balance.

You don't want to look like you're actually borrowing the pieces from the men in your life; you want them to blend into your look. You're not aiming to look like a boy, no matter how handsome they always are. You just want to steal a few of their things. But in order to do that, you have to keep a few rules in mind.

 

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