Fashion blog Tomboy Style makes merging masculine fashion and fierce femininity look ultra easy. Creator Lizzie Garrett Mettler believes that it is when you stack on some confidence and seek inspiration in some of the boldest beauties of recent yesteryears.
In addition to her brazen blog work, Lizzie is also a freelance writer who has contributed to The Los Angeles Times, Bon Appétit, and Foam Magazine, just to name a few, and she recently released her debut book Tomboy Style: Beyond the Boundaries of Fashion.
We’re thrilled to welcome her as our latest guest editor here on the ModCloth Tumblr! Check back throughout the day to view her cleverly curated images featuring all of your fave tomboy classics. Trust us - you won’t be able to get enough! High-res

Fashion blog Tomboy Style makes merging masculine fashion and fierce femininity look ultra easy. Creator Lizzie Garrett Mettler believes that it is when you stack on some confidence and seek inspiration in some of the boldest beauties of recent yesteryears.

In addition to her brazen blog work, Lizzie is also a freelance writer who has contributed to The Los Angeles Times, Bon Appétit, and Foam Magazine, just to name a few, and she recently released her debut book Tomboy Style: Beyond the Boundaries of Fashion.

We’re thrilled to welcome her as our latest guest editor here on the ModCloth Tumblr! Check back throughout the day to view her cleverly curated images featuring all of your fave tomboy classics. Trust us - you won’t be able to get enough!

When we set out to do a road trip stylebook with some of our favorite bloggers, we couldn’t help but get in on the fun ourselves! This month, we’ll be sharing Travel Bug videos of ModCloth’s three hometowns — Pittsburgh, San Francisco, and LA — each led by a fabulous ModEmployee tour guide. Our first stop? Los Angeles with Lauren, Executive Assistant to CCO Susan Gregg Koger.

Love Lauren’s lovely LA style? Shop SoCal Staples.

Trying on samples and taking measurements! We spent weeks working with our pattern-maker Georgene to perfect every little detail, from fabrics and linings to buttons and zippers. The pattern and sample-making process is one that requires plenty of patience and trial-and-error, but by the end, you’ve got a pattern that’s ready to sew!