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Review of the ‘coolest’ Winter Tomboy Fashion Trend – Girls Wearing Men’s Cotton Long Johns around the home (cos they are just so comfortable) and under their ripped jeans to keep warm in the snow (in contrasting colours of course)
Have you ever noticed that most tights, leggings and even women’s thermals don’t actually do a very good job of keeping our legs warm in winter?
Have you ever seen a Canadian lumberjack or Mountie wearing tights or leggings as they battle to keep warm working in the ice and snow?
That’s because most real blokes shun the use of Lycra or spandex when it comes to insulating their legs (and their willies) from harsh environmental conditions. They wear 100% cotton loose fitting long-johns.
The main reason that those tough outdoor jobs mainly favour male occupants is because they are wearing the right undies.
Girls – have you ever tried wearing a blokes long-johns? They are not only very warm (because they allow an insulating air layer between the legs and the fabric) they are also darned snuggely.
Today’s turned-on Tomboy is not only wearing bloke’s boxers under her jeans in summer (more on that here) – she has also nicked their long-johns to help her survive the winter chills.
What’s more – if you have one (or even two) pairs of long-johns on you can still wear your ripped jeans when you are out playing in the snow. You can make a real fashion statement by selecting just the right tone of baggy long-johns to show through the holes in your baggy ripped jeans!
Take a look at these picks and tell me who do you think has selected the warmer option – the pretty girls in Lycra or the blokes in their cotton long-johns. Certainly if I were a bloke I know where I would want to keep my most precious assets!
Any Tattoo artist will tell you that the quality and impact of their creation will be heavily influenced by the nature of the substrate or canvass upon which they have to work.
The importance of getting your body ready before having some body art done is not just an issue for today. If an artist has to work on a ‘canvass’ which is flabby and you later decide to develop some more muscle tone – this will potentially change the proportional balance of the image.
Conversely if you go all out to get your body into perfect shape before you have your tattoo done and then later let things slide – then don’t be surprised if your wonderful piece of art starts to get wrinkles.
In a similar manner you need to maintain the quality of your skin and complexion after completing the body art session. Be careful to avoid over-exposure to the sun and elements (and eating things that give you spots – yes we all like chocolate!).
We have all seen old paintings by artists which upon close inspection have become wrinkled and cracked because of UV damage over time to the canvas or the paints. Careful maintenance of your skin and muscle tone will help you to avoid the same fate – and of course the regular application of a good moisturiser goes without saying.
So for today’s blog I have sought out examples featuring people that have clearly gone to some trouble to create and maintain a good canvass, suitable for the most wonderful body art. I have included some empty canvases and a few that have already started on their tatts (for more tattoo ideas check out my photo blog report here).
So I hear you say – ‘Great to see the finished product but how do I get there?‘ Well I have dug out a great link to the UK National Health Service ‘Abs Workout Video‘ .
Not only does this site have a ten minute video guiding you through some great abs exercises but it also has further links to help you with workouts for your waist and legs. And what’s more it is all free (and they are not trying to sell you anything). Interested? Then the link is here: NHS Abs Workout Video
Enjoy! (some more pics below – hope you find this useful)
One of the fun aspects of Gender Fluidity is that Tomboys get to wear undies that were previously the exclusive domain of blokes. Although these is nothing wrong with nice ‘girly’ pants you sometimes like to get away from the ‘norm’ mode.
In fact when they are more loosely cut boys boxers can be really comfy around the sensual region – a little extra air circulation surely cant be a bad thing? Especially with loose fitting jeans (although a belt could come in handy!)
…and nothing makes a Tomboy style statement more than showing off your boxers in public – whether you just expose the waist band or go the whole hog. On those sunny days nothing beats going down to the beach just wearing your boxers and a top (or not!).
They are also great for lounging around at home – especially if you are not alone!
Let’s take a look at how some of our Gender Fluid style icons are showing off their boxers. You can see higher res images by clicking on the pics.
In today’s blog I will introduce you to some amazing examples of how girls are using body art to enhance their identity and express their creative skills. If you want tattoo inspiration look no further!
The pictures speak for themselves so I will not add a great deal of text. My objective here is to wet your appetite and hopefully provide you with some useful ideas. Just click on the pics to see higher definition versions.
If you have any comments please do not hesitate – feedback is always welcome.