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How to Dress Like a Tomboy Take advantage of the boys section. If you want to dress like a tomboy, you'll at least need to check out the source. Head to the boys section of your favorite stores and peruse the racks. Look for graphic tees and distressed shirts. More likely than not, the clothes will be a bit baggy on you but that's not a bad thing. Pick out things you like and try them on. If they are absolutely humongous, you can always try altering them. Other great stores that have unisex options include Reebok, Hot Topic, and Tillys. Look for clothes that can be worn by both girls and guys. Opt for pants rather than skirts. While you don't have to ditch skirts entirely, tomboys are pretty much defined by not wearing skirts or dresses. Instead, wear cool, comfortable pants that have a boyish look. Stores like Gap sell 'Boyfriend' pants that are cut like boys' pants but are fitted for a girl's body. Skinny skater pants, distressed or boot-cut jeans, and athletic pants are all good options for a girl wanting to dress like a tomboy. Black, opaque leggings are also great tomboy apparel. If you do have to wear a skirt for whatever reason, pair it with some leggings, some Converse, and a t-shirt with your favorite band's logo. These additions will play down the girliness of the skirt. Rock a hoodie. Hoodies are a great tomboy staple. Zip-up hoodies and regular sweatshirts are perfect for tomboys in a colder climate. Get a plain hoodie in a dark color (black goes with everything) and you will soon realize you wouldn't be able to live without it. When you heat up, tie your hoodie around your waist for a nonchalant, boyish look. You should also try on a cardigan or two. Schoolboy cardigans are also a great cold-weather item. Pair a cardigan with low-slung or boyfriend jeans for a cute tomboy look. Avoid gaudy jewelry. In fact, it's generally just best to avoid jewelry, particularly if you play sports. If you have your ears pierced, wear studs or tiny hoops rather than dangly earrings (which are generally associated with a girlier look.) For necklaces, choose a simple object like a shell or a coin threaded on a leather string. These can be tucked under shirts when running around and are pretty unisex in nature. If you like wearing bracelets, avoid sparkly ones. Instead, go for leather bands or plastic bands that can be bought at novelty stores like Hot Topic. Being a tomboy isn't just about your clothes, it's your personality too! Play games, sports, climb trees, stand up for yourself, etc. If you're going out to eat somewhere nice, and you don't want to wear a dress or something girly, you can't go wrong with pants and a nice top. You can still wear a little bit of girly clothes. Play sports, and be active! Join an after school activity, like a sports team. Hang out with guys, they're really easy going, and usually don't hold grudges. You can joke around with them, and get away with it! Hope this helps. Wear dark sunglasses that are shaped circular. Wear baggy sweatpants. Try wearing a wrist band. Be yourself is your top priority! You don't have to be a tomboy because people say you are too girly. Be true to you! Don't worry about whatever people say about what you are wearing just be yourself. You can also put your hair down and put on a baseball cap backwards. Always be yourself around people and don't listen what people say about you and etc. Some tomboys like to wear skull clothes. Give that a shot! Meet Steve, a wikiHowian of over 4 years who loves patrolling tips and making quick edits through Recent Changes patrol. He has started 10 articles and patrolled more than 19,000 edits. True to his username, CoffeeLover, the first article he worked on was How to Make Coffee Soda, while his favorite article he's edited here was How to Sweep a Girl off Her Feet. He loves helping people in any way he can, and he appreciates how anyone can help improve wikiHow articles. To new editors, he suggests, don't be afraid to ask for help when you need it!