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Iconic Fashion With Tomboy Style

Jun 22, 2011

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Lizzie Garrett Mettler is a lifestyle journalist and the founder and editor of Tomboy Style, a photo-driven daily blog dedicated to exploring and defining the tomboy. It serves as a digital inspiration board for the forthcoming book being published in the Spring of 2012 by Rizzoli.

I often put together “uniforms” on Tomboy Style, where I try to exactly match a photograph with items available for purchase. It was so fun (and easy!) to embark on the challenge solely within what’s available on Etsy. Here are three iconic tomboy photos from three different worlds: punk rocker Patti Smith, original Zephyr Skate Team member Peggy Oki, and a fly-fisherwoman hunting for trout on the Snake River. Enjoy!


Clockwise from top left: Patty Smith photographed in 1977 by Lynn Goldsmith; Vintage Military Cap from Vintage by Alex Keller; Radio Ethiopia LP from RetroModStore; Vintage Military Badges from Nevada Treasures.

In my book, Patti Smith is the apex of cool. She usually kept her style simple and classic, so I love this photo of her going off-script by incorporating a military-chic look. This hat is definitely a statement piece, but could easily be re-purposed as an objet d’art on a stack of books or used for a costume. I love buying old LPs, even if they’re scratched; they’re worth it for the album art alone — something we don’t see much of anymore.

Vans were literally part of the Z-Boy skate uniform. The “Authentics” are unchanged since their debut in 1966, and the Venice Beach boardwalk, thankfully, seems to be immune from change. All the freaks and crazy street performers, vendors and raggedy surfers and skaters are still there in full-force. 


Clockwise from top left: A woman fly-fishing the Snake River by Alfred Eisenstaedt, LIFE archives; Vintage Red and Black Flannel Shirt from Karma Deefa Vintage; Vintage Brown Leather Belt from PARASOL Vintage; Vintage Olive Green Rubber Duck Boots from This Other Thing.

A red and black checked flannel shirt is an outdoor icon in itself. These boots can be worn fishing or commuting to work on a rainy day. (If they’re not available by the time this post goes up, you can bet they’re in my shopping cart!) This belt combines two of my favorite things: worn leather and pheasant feathers.

Who’s your favorite tomboy style icon? 

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  • econica

    econica said 6 years ago

    this is fabulous! thank you so much for sharing...

  • silvertique

    silvertique said 6 years ago

    thanks for sharing!!

  • LoveNaturally

    LoveNaturally said 6 years ago

    Peggy Oki is the coolest! Go tomboys!

  • MootiDesigns

    MootiDesigns said 6 years ago

    Great article. Thanks for sharing

  • grimmandgrete

    grimmandgrete said 6 years ago

    Kristen Stewart!!!

  • MootiDesigns

    MootiDesigns said 6 years ago

    Great article. Thanks for sharing

  • rebourne

    rebourne said 6 years ago

    Hooray for some practical and stylish women's garb. My mom always said, "I have three boys and one tomboy (me)" : now I have to go catch up on your blog!

  • tigersanddragons

    tigersanddragons said 6 years ago

    Patti Smith was more my style in university, though I could never go full tomboy because I prefer skirts to pants (with army boots). I usually wore a vintage railway or pinstriped vest with my t-shirts and my favourite items were a black wool sailor's jersey that I bought at Cheap Jacks in NYC. and a pine green cadet blazer.

  • ModernShop

    ModernShop said 6 years ago

    Lovely tomboys!

  • funktionslust

    funktionslust said 6 years ago

    I think that Ellen Degeneres has awesome tomboy style =) cute dress shirts, pants and coordinating ties

  • paramountvintage

    paramountvintage said 6 years ago

    love the fly fishing inspired look. so cute!

  • jammerjewelry

    jammerjewelry said 6 years ago

    Wonderfully Done, congrats on your treasury!

  • junkyardglitter

    junkyardglitter said 6 years ago

    Hey sweet! Finally some credit for the way I have been dressing since I was a kid. Fantastic!

  • ikabags

    ikabags said 6 years ago

    How beautiful ! Thanks :))

  • ikabags

    ikabags said 6 years ago

    How beautiful ! Thanks :))

  • lindageez

    lindageez said 6 years ago

    cool article! I couldn't live without my jeans! BTW I still have hundred of LP's too that I won't part with!

  • RockStoneTreasures

    RockStoneTreasures said 6 years ago

    Great post. I'm a major Patti Smith fan so I love reading anything by or about her.

  • yellowgrey

    yellowgrey said 6 years ago

    great article! i love love love patti smith!

  • VernonAve

    VernonAve said 6 years ago

    love it!

  • VogueVixens

    VogueVixens said 6 years ago

    The fly fishing outfit really brings me back to fishing with my father in a tiny rickety boat.

  • MaggiePainting

    MaggiePainting said 6 years ago

    Always loved the tomboy style!

  • styleforlife

    styleforlife said 6 years ago

    Love this article...You Etsy writers are so cute and creative. Always a pleasure to read! So inspirational!!!!!! xxxx EL Vintage

  • sonyarasi

    sonyarasi said 6 years ago

    Fishing outfit rules!

  • pinkflapper

    pinkflapper said 6 years ago

    So great! I've been on the same wave length.... Hooray for Patti!

  • idlehandsdesigns

    idlehandsdesigns said 6 years ago

    Great article & blog!

  • fanciestrands

    fanciestrands said 6 years ago

    Im loving it and a tomboy too!

  • 2TrickPony

    2TrickPony said 6 years ago

    <------sold jewelry on the boardwalk in Venice, Ca! once upon a the post card.

  • MegansMenagerie

    MegansMenagerie said 6 years ago

    Love it!! Thanks for sharing! =)

  • HandiworkinGirls

    HandiworkinGirls said 6 years ago

    Well, I'm not (usually) into tomboy style, but the flyfishin' outfit is rather cute! Nothing can replace a good pair of mud boots for practicality. :D

  • denisecrew

    denisecrew said 6 years ago

    Super cute, Lizzie!

  • noonblueapples

    noonblueapples said 6 years ago

    Gosh, I love this!

  • accentonvintage

    accentonvintage said 6 years ago

    Great picks for the tom boy in us!

  • diggyx

    diggyx said 6 years ago

    Kristy McNichol's "Buddy" from the 70's show "Family" was, next to Patti Smith, my tomboy icon. "Buddy" was awesome! Thanks, Lizzie! Great piece!

  • VintageMarketPlace

    VintageMarketPlace said 6 years ago

    i actually had that skateboard necklace, brought back memories seeing again

  • elizabethwrenvintage

    elizabethwrenvintage said 6 years ago

    Love it all! Completely awesome :)

  • BanglewoodSupplies

    BanglewoodSupplies said 6 years ago

    Awesome! I love the t-shirts!

  • kzannoart

    kzannoart said 6 years ago

    nice ode to blurring the sexist line, women who do all the jobs can appreciate this, go tomboys, you can count on them to get through the thick of it

  • redhardwick

    redhardwick said 6 years ago

    Great article! Takes me back to my childhood! :)

  • loopyboopy

    loopyboopy said 6 years ago

    been a jeans and t-shirt gal my whole life! Its all about comfort. Love Patti Smith, great piece!

  • blessedvintage

    blessedvintage said 6 years ago

    congrats, great things!

  • julessabjewelry

    julessabjewelry said 6 years ago

    Kudos for sharing the wonderful world of the tomboy. I've always been the girl wearing my older boy cousins' hand me downs and have carried on the boyish looks well into my 30's. Can't say I don't love it, but sometimes being girly can really pay off. Keep up the wonderful ode to the tomboy and I will certainly follow the look for as long as possible.

  • PunkUpBettie

    PunkUpBettie said 6 years ago

    Patti Smith = awesome

  • BluJeanBeads

    BluJeanBeads said 6 years ago

    Tomboy? You mean this "girl gear" I wear?

  • inmyigloo

    inmyigloo said 6 years ago

    Tomboy here! I fell out of a tree and broke my arm at 4, don't mind worms or bugs and can outfish most men with a hot dog and a hook. ;) Also, Patti Smith rules.

  • blueskyclouds

    blueskyclouds said 6 years ago

    I so appreciate Patti Smith's style after reading her book "Just Kids." I highly recommend it!!!! Great feature.

  • bayousalvage

    bayousalvage said 6 years ago

    her memoir was one of the best books I've read in the past few years- she's an icon because she has always been true to her self.

  • myneedlehabit

    myneedlehabit said 6 years ago

    Yes! BlueSky and BayouSalvage I totally agree. "Just Kids" is a remarkable read and especially fantastic for anyone who lives or did live in NYC. I just lent my copy to a good friend here in Manhattan. Just hearing the first line of the first song on her first record still blows me away. Gloria, indeed.

  • LittleWrenPottery

    LittleWrenPottery said 6 years ago

    I was a tomboy when I was at school, I was totally into the grunge look, forest green and intarsia sweaters!

  • aylla

    aylla said 6 years ago

    Patty Smith is awesome !

  • overthemeadow

    overthemeadow said 6 years ago's always fun to let go and be a tomboy !

  • ohbabydotcom

    ohbabydotcom said 6 years ago

    You can be a tomboy and have clean fingernails! Geez! Lol...

  • lunahoo

    lunahoo said 6 years ago

    Great article! i love the free style of Patty !!

  • Pittiemama

    Pittiemama said 6 years ago

    Love Peggy Oki and the Z-Boys....

  • funkomavintage

    funkomavintage said 6 years ago

    mmm, yeah, till she sold out to uncool, dude.

  • Veganville

    Veganville said 6 years ago

    Major props to this styling blog! I'm off to follow...

  • TheScarfTree

    TheScarfTree said 6 years ago

    Fun subject and article! Love it! Thanks!

  • strikingkittens

    strikingkittens said 6 years ago

    cute article! thanks

  • rozzie

    rozzie said 6 years ago

    Inspiring, I love the tomboy look, almost has the reverse affect in my eyes... super sexy!

  • weirdwolf Admin

    weirdwolf said 6 years ago

    I heart Patti but I'm really into that flyfishing look!

  • myvintagecrush

    myvintagecrush said 6 years ago

    I love the juxtaposition of femininity and masculinity. Woman are so cool. Seriously.

  • kararane

    kararane said 6 years ago

    tomboy ~ how fun & more hats please~~

  • UnnervingNightmare

    UnnervingNightmare said 6 years ago

    Really cool idea. Love the choices and how well they work together

  • ArmadaVolya

    ArmadaVolya said 6 years ago

    Tomboy, love the style and it's just so much more comfortable then hills and skirts.

  • crissymohr

    crissymohr said 6 years ago

    The Street and Graffitti Art genre plays into the style too!

  • HillaryAlexander

    HillaryAlexander said 6 years ago

    GREAT blog!!

  • madebylaurenb

    madebylaurenb said 6 years ago

    great article! On the same note, Patti Smith portrait!!

  • Anamf

    Anamf said 6 years ago

    Patti Smith, I love her style ♥

  • littlevillagevintage

    littlevillagevintage said 6 years ago

    Great post! I love Patti Smith - one of my favorite female vocalists and poets with an amazing androgynous style

  • posiesforlulu

    posiesforlulu said 6 years ago

    LOVE Patty Smith! Also how girly-girl the fly fishing woman looks while dressed like a boy! Thanks for the post! xoxo

  • SilverLoft

    SilverLoft said 6 years ago

    This Amazon tomboy LOVED you article. Thanks!

  • MerCurios

    MerCurios said 6 years ago

    How a tomboy like me evolved to designing jewelry I'll never know... Great article! Thanks so much.

  • Peachygirl

    Peachygirl said 6 years ago

    Pretty interesting! I love the tomboy style!

  • DaniCalve

    DaniCalve said 6 years ago

    Very Cool. Love my jeans and white t-shits with tennis shoes. :)

  • BlubirdandCo

    BlubirdandCo said 6 years ago

    Awesome subject! I've been a tomboy all my life and I wouldn't change a thing...even though I was tormented in high school.... Tomboys rock! Its all about being comfortable, enjoying life and not worrying what everyone else thinks! Be yourself! Xoxo

  • eloiseintheplaza

    eloiseintheplaza said 6 years ago

    Love you, Patti!!

  • BunniesandAvacado

    BunniesandAvacado said 6 years ago

    Gotta love the flannel! Also, anything military is cool.

  • baublesnfripperies

    baublesnfripperies said 6 years ago

    Patti Smith reminds me of my mom... Love this collection. I want to be that fisherwoman!

  • ThisOleSew

    ThisOleSew said 6 years ago

    Great article. Love the skateboards and of course the Venice Boardwalk.

  • beevintageredux

    beevintageredux said 6 years ago

    Anything anywhere that features Patti Smith gets two thumbs up in my book :) Very cool tomboy collections!

  • knitfitt

    knitfitt said 6 years ago

    Katharine Hepburn was the pinnacle of tomboy style. Not that I don't love Patti Smith.

  • missquitecontrary

    missquitecontrary said 6 years ago

    So nice to see some recognition of the tomboy style! Any inclusion of Patti Smith also gets my full approval! I'm a frilly dress wearer myself, but I like to think think my bristly haircut and big scruffy brown boots balance out the frills. This awesome lady is my tomboy style icon:

  • JoulesVintage

    JoulesVintage said 6 years ago

    I'm all for it. Always!

  • JoulesVintage

    JoulesVintage said 6 years ago

    bayousalvage, I totally agree, about the memoir Patti Smith wrote. Best thing I've read in ages.

  • PaperWoodVintage

    PaperWoodVintage said 6 years ago

    very, very cool....i love the bad-girl-punk-rock look....but i also love the juxposition of bad girl/good girl....heavily tattooed, short hair and then the feminine attire. :) your article rocks. i always wished i was the cool skater girl. :)

  • psynde

    psynde said 6 years ago

    love it.. Love love love Patti Smith too

  • ImmaFiya

    ImmaFiya said 6 years ago

    UGH, my people!!! IMMATOMBOY =)

  • Iammie

    Iammie said 6 years ago

    Cool style. Like it.

  • foreverblue

    foreverblue said 6 years ago

    SO cool. You know who else I love? Chrissie Hynde. My first big rock show was U2 and the Pretenders, and that view from the "pit", looking up at her onstage in that awesome, square-shouldered white pantsuit, just solidified my image of her as totally badass.

  • DistortedEarth

    DistortedEarth said 6 years ago


  • theroyal

    theroyal said 6 years ago

    yay! lets keep challenging these pesky gender boundaries..

  • MizHarrison

    MizHarrison said 6 years ago

    My 80 year old mom grew up buckin' hay, driving a draft horse to plow, I grew up sloppin' hogs, weeding the garden, picking apples from approximately 5 acres of family farm, canning, feeding chickens and rabbits. were cute but were you really a tomboy? Keep talking about tomboys but I think we farm girlz were more badass than rock and roll girlz!!!! We wore car coats, pencil skirts and red lipsticks on our off days! Lol

  • DreamCake

    DreamCake said 6 years ago

    Go Tomboys! Give me some converse and a plaid shirt any day ;P

  • silverridgestudio

    silverridgestudio said 6 years ago

    So cool = Patti Smith ~ LOVE this!

  • choisette

    choisette said 6 years ago

    patti smith. punk goddess.

  • littleshopofphotos

    littleshopofphotos said 6 years ago

    I love this!! So cool!!!

  • AliceAndFlorence

    AliceAndFlorence said 6 years ago

    Long live patti smith and Venice beach! great article

  • PersistentImpulse

    PersistentImpulse said 6 years ago

    Great feature that hits the mark for this tweener... I used to love wearing English country tweeds and caps and borrowed a lot of looks from my fashion-conscious father. Have to check out your blog!

  • mudhousedesigns

    mudhousedesigns said 6 years ago

    Ha this cracks me up. I just was talking to an elderly woman I work with today as we were working in the garden at the memory community I manage. I said to her as we were washing the garden soil off our hands......"you can't trust anyone that doesn't have dirt under their nails". She let out a wonderful laugh! Great article and wonderful fashion.

  • kathyjohnson3

    kathyjohnson3 said 6 years ago

    Love the fisherman outfit, it actually looks very stunning on her!

  • Karina1969

    Karina1969 said 6 years ago

    Love it. I have always been a bit of a tomboy myself. Jeans, boots and a good band t.shirt will always be my favorite outfit.♥xx

  • vintagediva60

    vintagediva60 said 6 years ago

    Love this... Thanks for sharing

  • lovelierseas

    lovelierseas said 6 years ago

    glad to see someone else mention katharine hepburn--she is definitely my tomboy icon

  • TheMillineryShop

    TheMillineryShop said 6 years ago

    The best tomboys are the one who still manage to exude the female spirit in spite of the male trappings. All three women have managed to retain the "girl"in them and they all did it with their hair, long unruly hair keeping them recognizable as women. But the woman fly-fishing with that perfectly coiffed hair is almost iconic. She probably had her her wrapped in pin curls every night even to go fishing Those WERE the days.

  • Willow4u

    Willow4u said 6 years ago

    Great post!! Love your concept!

  • heykoolthing

    heykoolthing said 6 years ago

    awesome. Patti is a big inspiration to me and I'm currently reading her novel!

  • abbyberkson

    abbyberkson said 6 years ago

    Hooray! I love the flyfishing outfit, and that photo is just awesome. Personally, I need some Sweatpants Style Icons- that is what i wear pretty much all the time in the studio! Not sure there is any way to make sweatpants stylish, though...

  • LittleBlossomDesigns

    LittleBlossomDesigns said 6 years ago

    thanks for the great article! the items you gathered within it are wonderful and inspiring ideas for my next vintage adventure :)

  • LonesomeRoadStudio

    LonesomeRoadStudio said 6 years ago

    Love Patti Smith. My tomboy icons are wild west cowgirls, personally.

  • younghairlove

    younghairlove said 6 years ago


  • lauralala

    lauralala said 6 years ago

    ohmy God, I love Patti Smith, i think she's the epitome of living life transparently.

  • BlushEnvy

    BlushEnvy said 6 years ago

    Ahhhhh-sigh of relief!!! For someone who makes such girly, girly stuff- I am in actuality such a tree climbing Tomboy! A chunk of dirt to dig a pretty little garden, and I am one happy camper-thanks for highlighting the alternate universe!

  • DeathByVintage

    DeathByVintage said 6 years ago

    I love cocktail...but I will not give up my beat up, torn, washed up.....overalls. They got all the pockets and I can hook my cars on them when I go out junkin'. Girlie girls love the tomboy style too.

  • nbaze

    nbaze said 6 years ago

    So, so cool!

  • Tina669

    Tina669 said 6 years ago

    How beautiful !

  • girltuesdayjewelry

    girltuesdayjewelry said 6 years ago

    Chrissie Hynde for sure. Give me jeans over a skirt any day! Thanks for introducing me to your blog, Tomboy Style--I'll keep this one on my radar!

  • pitterpattertutus

    pitterpattertutus said 6 years ago

    God I love this... the tutus and fairy wings and such are my frivolous creative outlet but this is my day-to-day... I loved this piece, thanks!

  • ovejanegra

    ovejanegra said 6 years ago

    love the fly fishing look!!!

  • MixxMedium

    MixxMedium said 6 years ago

    haha nice

  • jaynethepain

    jaynethepain said 6 years ago

    This is fantastic! Love that you were so inspired by Patti. She has notoriously worn what she loves and that is so important in developing one's very own style. Well done! Also fantastic blog!

  • PyxusPassionProject

    PyxusPassionProject said 6 years ago

    Patti Smith.. you rule! Love it...

  • okiedokie12

    okiedokie12 said 6 years ago

    I'm glad to see one of my favorite blogs on etsy!

  • alligatorpaper

    alligatorpaper said 6 years ago

    Hahaha I love this! I grew up raiding my little brother's closet...drove my poor mom nuts! Tomboys unite!

  • GemstoneJewelry9

    GemstoneJewelry9 said 6 years ago

    seems to be immune from change.!!!

  • CarolynJaneAntiques

    CarolynJaneAntiques said 6 years ago

    Love the article! I can totally relate. Nothing wrong with being a tomboy! As I child I NEVER played with dolls. Well, with the exception of one time when I gave Barbie a hair cut! Lol! Always played with cars and trucks, climbed trees, got dirty! Fortunately for me my mom nurtured my tomboyness! Thanks mom!

  • MapleCreekShop

    MapleCreekShop said 6 years ago

    Love it!

  • BooPatch

    BooPatch said 6 years ago

    My barbies went camping in the woods with the army guys, I abhored wearing a dress, was always happy hanging out in a tree with a book, or digging for fools gold in the new construction... Now I have two boys that I take creek stomping, lightning bug catching and fishing...Even though I'm now in a dress and (working hours) sin on a stick heels...I come home to my comfy jeans, husbands sweatshirt and my throwback cheapo vans...Hair in a ponytail, messy and never a spot of makeup. It's a good combination to grow up into your femininity but still fully embrace that tomboy within :-)

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  • CatsWithAnAccent

    CatsWithAnAccent said 6 years ago

    Patty Smith is my one true love

  • mimisrecycledesigns

    mimisrecycledesigns said 6 years ago

    Love Patti Smith!

  • somethinspecial

    somethinspecial said 6 years ago

    Love it!

  • mroses

    mroses said 6 years ago

    Great Article!

  • CuffandCollar

    CuffandCollar said 6 years ago

    gotta love tomboys!


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  • dew24710

    dew24710 said 6 years ago

    This is beautiful! Thanks a lot for sharing.

  • MissHildebrandt

    MissHildebrandt said 6 years ago

    I remember being a little thing and wondering a lot about this Patti Smith girl. I wasn't a fan but she lingered in my mind until adulthood. There was something about her. Funny thing, I'm a lot like her . Funny how that works. Great article... somewhat personal. Have a lovely day to all who actually read this! ~C.L. Hildebrandt

  • carlossantiago

    carlossantiago said 6 years ago

    very nice. even though, i am not a big fan of her music, her book Just Kids is incredible. I loved every second of it. That book is very powerful and emotional. I don't know them, but I felt I was part of the story. This book is a must, and I hope one day to be a movie... Patty your book is terrific!

  • Mattie714

    Mattie714 said 6 years ago

    Pattie Smith! That outfit is amazing and very similar to things I wear everyday! <3

  • strawberryluna

    strawberryluna said 6 years ago

    Tomboy from birth, right here. And I wouldn't have it any other way!

  • cooljewelrydesign

    cooljewelrydesign said 6 years ago

    never "really" a tomboy...but man, you should see some of the creations I come up with for sleepware!! Great post!

  • peggyshockley

    peggyshockley said 6 years ago

    Love Patti Smith, too.

  • AmericanHandmade

    AmericanHandmade said 6 years ago

    Very interesting. I've always just been myself and they gave it labels back in the 50's. Because I wasn't interested in the girl stuff, I was labeled. I preferred the boys toys, as well as the boys themselves, all my childhood friends were boys until they started noticing I was a real girl when I turned 12. I was labeled again and they wouldn't play with me anymore because they didn't like being bested by a girl. I never had much in common with other girls because I just wasn't girly enough. But I got the last laugh because I've lived My life on My terms & never had any "who am I" questions like so many others seem to have. I've always been my own best friend and that's what everyone needs to know how to be if they want to be happy.

  • OxOriginalArtJewelry

    OxOriginalArtJewelry said 6 years ago

    Yea, finally something other than the glamour-girl styles we so seldom wear!

  • beachcove

    beachcove said 6 years ago

    Patty Smith my hero!

  • makingthishome

    makingthishome said 6 years ago

    thank god I'm a country girl!

  • Jungle

    Jungle said 6 years ago

    4 non-blondes

  • everydaypretty

    everydaypretty said 6 years ago

    so very cool!

  • baconsquarefarm

    baconsquarefarm said 6 years ago

    Great read, enjoyed all the photos too, I was a tomboy as a kid played with cars instead of dolls didn't mind getting dirty and loved going to my grandparents farm on the weekends and my mom was super.

  • wayfarervintage

    wayfarervintage said 6 years ago

    fantastic post. post more please!

  • ShirlBCreations

    ShirlBCreations said 6 years ago

    Love it....

  • steinschmuckdesign

    steinschmuckdesign said 6 years ago

    Oh yes, I could take more of this kind of Posts :) THANKS!

  • artifactory

    artifactory said 6 years ago

    Love it! Patti Smith is my hero!

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