http://www.idfopoitiers.fr/maskoer/108 As a female who grew up with four older brothers, I naturally undertook the tomboy life. I was a football fanatic who loved nothing more than attending Chelsea matches with my Dad and was a proud owner of bike chain scars on the back of my legs. However, as I grew older, I had a curiosity for girly things and soon traded in my tracksuits and trainers for dresses and cute pumps. In terms of my dress sense today, I don’t really limit myself to one specific style (although I do favour the minimal chic look).
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http://fbmedical.fr/aftepaes/6153 So for my fellow Tomboys reading this blogpost who would like to dress more feminine, you can do so by adding a touch of lace rather than changing your entire style.
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