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All of our models have graciously volunteered their time on several occasions and have allowed us to fluff their hair, apply make up and maintain awkward poses for long periods of time. They are not paid professionals, although they certainly all behaved as such. We hope you love them as much as we do!

We are eternally grateful to you one and all! 

 

Meet Dawn

What was your favorite tomboy moment as a child?

Sitting on the dock fishing with my Paw Paw would be #1. I always loved following my older step sister around. She was a "real" tomboy and anything I could do to be like her made me feel really cool.

What does the word ‘tomboy’ mean to you today?

Being raised to be a "good southern woman" I like to always be "put together" because that's what good southern women do. Being comfortable in my own skin and knowing that I can do anything I want to do, achieve anything, succeed at anything and just be me (and dress it up when I want to) makes me feel empowered! The Tomboy in me today has no problem popping into the office, going to the grocery store or attending a board meeting in my workout gear or gardening clothes and no make up because it's what's inside that matters.

As a kid, who were your style icons?

As an adolescent and teen of the 80's, Brooke Shields in the Calvin Kline ads resonated with me. While many people thought of that as sexualizing a teenage girl I thought it was cool that it was just this beautiful woman and her Jeans… That's pretty simple. Charlie's Angels were a phenomenon is my adolescence. While I wanted Farrah's hair, I always thought that Kate Jackson's style seemed fashionable, yet much easier to chase down the bad guys in.

 

Meet Lisa

What was your favorite tomboy moment as a child? 

Ah, where do I begin?  Perhaps it was all the times I asked my mom if I could not wear a shirt… or maybe it was the time my parents took a picture of me in my new cowboy outfit holding Johnny West and his horse. There are so many, it’s hard to pick my favorite.  Suffice it to say, there were a lot of them growing up. 

What does the word ‘tomboy’ mean to you today?

Today, being a tomboy means that I don’t have to dress like other women do, but I can create my own style that makes me feel comfortable and confident.

As a kid, who were your style icons? 

 Kristy McNichol from Family.

 

Meet Tammy 

What was your favorite tomboy moment as a child?

My entire growing up was a continuous string of great tomboy moments. If I have to choose, my favorite was being the first girl in my town growing up to play boys little league baseball. The following fall I was invited to play on the boy's football and basketball teams for our school.

What does the word 'tomboy' mean to you today? 

That there aren't any challenges that I'm afraid to take on and I usually find challenges to be adventurous and exciting. It also means that I'm independent but not afraid to love fiercely.

As a kid who were your style icons? 

My first style icon was my dad. I loved the way he had to wear his belt buckle slightly off center—and it was always polished nicely. He wore his shirt sleeves rolled up just a couple of times and the shirt was always tucked in to a nice pair of jeans. He wore awesome boots—I think they were Frye style. After my Dad I'd say Gilligan (loved his loose pants, red shirt, and sailor hat), Greg Brady, then Kate Jackson on Charlie's Angels. Ellie Mae Clampett had some good style too. 

  

Meet Stephanie 

What was your favorite tomboy moment as a child?

My fav tomboy moment as a kid was exploring inside a massive drain pipe that led to a pond full of fish - my brother and I would walk the distance underground with our fishing poles and catch bluegill fish all the time. 

What does the word 'tomboy' mean to you today?

Today, tomboy means being comfortable not being the stereotypical girl - there's a confidence and strength that comes with being able to fight the mainstream idea, fueled by the media, of how "all" women are "supposed" to be. 

As a kid who were your style icons? 

As a kid, my style icons were Madonna, Janet Jackson. Vogue. Rhythm Nation. Oh Yeah. 

 

Meet Camille

What was your favorite tomboy moment as a child? 

Hiking or camping in the deep forest with my childhood best friend Janine and her family was my all-time favorite thing to do! 

What does the word 'tomboy' mean to you today? 

A spunky, adventurous, original woman. 

As a kid who were your style icons? 

Pippi Longstocking because she dressed how she wanted to dress and didn't care what others thought about her or her clothing.

 

  

 

Meet Alex 

What was your favorite tomboy moment as a child? 

Clamming with my dad on the Washington coast; muddy up to my thighs and excited for dinner!

What does the word 'tomboy' mean to you today? 

The word tomboy means allowing myself to be who I am, set and break my own limits.

As a kid who were your style icons? 

Michael Jackson, Madonna (in suits), Cary Grant, Marlene Dietriche.

  

 

 

Meet Yasmin

What was your favorite tomboy moment as a child? 

Riding my bike and playing football in the snow.

What does the word 'tomboy' mean to you today? 

A woman with a boyish flair.

As a kid who were your style icons?

Ralph Macchio (LOL). 

  

 

 

Meet Victoria

What was your favorite tomboy moment as a child? 

My favorite tomboy moment is playing kickball and football with the neighborhood youth.

What does the word 'tomboy' mean to you today? 

‘Tomboy’ means not being the stereotypical girl, but having a strong sense of I’m going to do whatever I want even if the boys do it. 

As a kid who were your style icons? 

My style icons were the Spice Girls, Tupac, and my Michael Jackson.

 

 

 

Meet Julie

What was your favorite tomboy moment as a child? 

Never experienced tomboy moment... I was hiding in the house with a book. I used to throw up if I went on the swing set.

What does the word 'tomboy' mean to you today? 

Sporty, daring, sexy.

As a kid who were your style icons? 

Kate Hepburn. She could wear a pair of pants.