Katherine did a photoshoot in her bother’s clothes, and her brilliant color and pattern combinations offer a new spin on Tomboy style. She’s making me consider wearing things I would never consider wearing. Who would ever dream that a denim jacket over a blue oxford would look so put together? 

I also love how many Indie and non-US brands I’m learning about from her. She’s got brands from Tokyo, Melbourne, Copenhagen, the UK… (Although, I did NOT realize Navajo appropriation was also a thing in Japan). For those of you interested in vintage frames, Moscot is a vintage style eyewear company with an online store and locations in New York.

Tomboy
Beanie: Norse Projects
Shirt: Deluxe Clothing Street Tailor
Jacket: Bedwin and the Heartbreakers
Chinos: Levi’s Vintage Clothing
Socks: Chup 
Shoes: Adidas ObyO KZK x WHIZ
Rucksack: Makr Carry Goods
Glasses: Moscot

norse projects tomboy
Beanie: Norse Projects
T-shirt: Norse Projects 
Jacket: Adidas OT Tech jacket 
Shorts: Wood Wood
Socks: Alpaca
Shoes: Nike Lunar Wood

tomboy style

Hat: Supreme 
T-shirt: Nike x Kobe Bryant (not shown)
Jacket: Perks & Mini
Jeans: Ironheart
Socks: Vanishing Elephant
Shoes: New Balance Highs and Lows
Glasses: Moscot

All photos from: This is what I look like when I wear my brother’s clothes

Follow Katherine: katherineisawesome.com

As Qwear's Founding Editor, Sonny’s work centers around envisioning a future in which the clothing people wear does not dictate their chances of survival. Sonny was awarded 2015 dapperQ of the Year and was the first trans blogger to be sponsored by Topman. In March 2016, Sonny spoke at South by South West's first official queer fashion panel.