This page is mainly for random pictures of tomboyish women, highlighting different styles of clothing. Most of these pictures are of Park Yonghee, a Korean model and ulzzang and one of my personal style inspirations.
You do not need to spend hundreds of dollars on special-ordering a new wardrobe in order to look boyish -- many different styles can be easily replicated with a few items from a Wal-Mart or resale shop. Tomboy haircuts can be accomplished simply by printing a hairstyle pic and bringing it to your stylist (and if they argue with you about the haircut being too "boylike" -- it's happened to me before! -- find a new stylist!)
(If you want to add some style pictures to the gallery, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Casual - A simple t-shirt and jeans can look amazing if you know how to rock it. Wearing men's (or boy's) jeans can give you a more androgynous appearance -- you don't want skintight clothing but try to avoid extremely baggy shirts/pants to avoid looking heavier.
Glam - Take a bit of style inspiration from j-rockers and long-haired 80's rockstars. Combining feminine and masculine elements can make you quite attractively androgynous.
Dandy/Ouji/Kodona - Here's another style that really works for tomboys. A bit sophisticated, a bit gothic. It's sometimes considered the "male" equivalent to lolita. Again, many kodona-like items can be found from regular stores.
Schoolboy - Tomboys often stay "boyish" looking for many years, and one of the cuter (slightly dressier) styles is the "schoolboy" look -- often this is closely related to kodona, but a bit simpler.
Men's Formal - Need I say more? Nothing is more classic than a hot tomboy, or androgynous woman, in a men's suit. This is a timeless look for bifauxnen.
Marlene Dietrich, famous actress
Katharine Hepburn, yet another famous actress.