Street Style: How to Rock Androgynous Style

Meet graphic designer Rachel.


Photo by Evan Schapiro.

Name: Rachel Woodman

Hood: Fishtown

Day Job: Graphic designer.

Where We Found Her: At SundayOUT at the Piazza, “recovering from the Broad Street Run.”

What She’s Wearing: Hat from Target; scarf and vest from “my girlfriend’s closet”; blouse and boots from Marshall’s; H&M jeans; gifted necklace.

Where She Shops: “Verde for accessories, Buffalo Exchange for cheap/unique pieces, Urban and H&M. I secretly love shopping at Target for basic pieces since they are fairly inexpensive and can be worn a lot of different ways. I do a lot of shopping online at Karmaloop, Zappos, and HauteLook.”

Sound Bite: “My mood usually dictates my style for the day. One day I might be feeling a more androgynous look and the next day you may find me wearing a dress. I also love wearing hats, which is pretty obvious since you caught me today wearing a new one!”


Photo by Evan Schapiro.

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