Boy oh boy, how we love a little tomboyish sartorial inspiration! Check out the latest Free People 'Boys of Summer' lookbook and dare to add some edginess to your ensembles!

So, let's talk tomboy fashion today! We stumbled upon the latest Free People lookbook called 'Boys of Summer' and we had to share it to you as well. We were totally caught hook by the super-cool combination of effortlessly rebellious and relaxed chicness. Therefore, it's time to have some fun and start adding a boyish edginess to your sunshine layering choosing throw-on-and-go basics, slouchy shapes and notice-me-now shades. Well, have a nosey and tell us what you think!

For this special lookbook, model Michele Ouellet rocks some oh-so-cool 90's-inspired, 'borrowed from the boys' combos. She wears chunky sweaters, cardigans, distressed denim, and grungy tees mixed with more feminine elements such as lace and florals scattered throughout as a contrasting accent. So, if you need a little inspiration, Free People's lookbook is a great source. Check it out!

Free People Boys of Summer Lookbook

Free People Boys of Summer Lookbook

Okay all you trendy fashionistas, are you ready to shun all sartorial stereotypes and try outstanding ensembles? If you are, take a sneak peek at Free People's 'Boys of Summer' 2012 lookbook and you'll certainly find something to suite you. Since your sunshine styling doesn't have to include just lovely and girly pieces, you can still feel comfy and turn heads in effortlessly cool combos.

There are lacey denim cutoff shorts, floral patterned knitted long cardigans, skinny corduroys, oversized striped tees, gauzy cotton plaid button front shirts, hooded pullover sweatshirts, distressed denim baseball jackets, and other uber-stylish, to-die-for stunners, perfect to add attitude to your wardrobe. So, have a look, get your hands on your favorite pieces and stay voguish!

Free People Boys of Summer Lookbook

Free People Boys of Summer Lookbook

Free People Boys of Summer Lookbook

Free People Boys of Summer Lookbook

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