Words matter. These are the best Tomboy Quotes from famous people such as Hope Solo, Justine Skye, Katarina Johnson-Thompson, Paul Walker, Rachel Weisz, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
When I was younger, I was a complete tomboy. Then in college I started emerging out of the tomboy stage and dressing differently.
I have three styles. One is my Hypebeast tomboy look, which is pretty much my everyday look.
Mum is the girliest of them all, but she ended up with me, the tomboy.
I like a woman that’s capable and at the same time feminine. I admire tomboy qualities but with a feminine touch.
I was a tomboy.
I grew up being a bit of a tomboy, a big-time tomboy.
I’m a bit of a tomboy, but when it comes to love I am a doormat.
I have six brothers and one sister. I grew up playing ice hockey, a total tomboy, and that’s what I thought I was going to do – be an ice-hockey player.
I’m a tomboy, and my style is punk.
I grew up with three older brothers, so I’m very much a tomboy in real life.
I was completely unconventional in everything, which my mother found very difficult. I was a huge tomboy.
I was very much a tomboy. I’ve always been rather outspoken, headstrong, and I’m pretty much that way to this day.
I’ve played sports, and I’ve been a tomboy my whole life.
On one hand I am this weird androgynous tomboy where I’m strangely low maintenance and have a five-minute makeup regimen. On the other I’m obsessed with all things beauty, from skin care to makeup.
Having a Mary Poppins-themed birthday party when I was 5 – all my friends went in dresses, and I went as a chimney sweep. I was a real tomboy.
I was studying sociology in college and I was a big soccer player. That’s something not a lot of people know about me. I’m a girly girl, but I’m also a secret tomboy.
I was an extreme tomboy. I did competitive gymnastics for over 10 years. I cut my hair like Winona Ryder, with that little pixie cut.
I was a complete tomboy. You’d never see me wearing skirts.
I grew up kind of a tomboy and I used to fight with all the neighborhood boys.
I was a tomboy. I had a pudding-bowl haircut; I wore big Doc Martens and dungarees.
I was such a tomboy as a kid, and I’m a dancer.
I am a redhead and was a tomboy for many years.
I got a letter from a mom, and she was telling me about how her daughter is a tomboy and the trouble she has in classes and being around boys. She herself had the same kinds of problems growing up and how inspired they were by me. That was such an incredible email to receive.
I was very much of a tomboy.
Honestly, I just wear what makes me feel good. So many people come up to me, and they’re like, ‘Did you know you’re a tomboy? You should try wearing dresses.’
I was the most tomboy kid ever wearing chappals and pyjama and running around.
I was such a tomboy – goofy and, in my eyes, nerdy – and I never thought I would end up in modeling. I mean, you see pictures of these girls in magazines who have this incredible talent, and no one ever really thinks you can make it to that level. At least I didn’t!
I’m such a tomboy.
At school, I was a tomboy, and it would be me and all my guy friends.
I’m a tomboy naturally; I grew up hanging up with boys.
I played a tomboy character in ‘Dohchay.’
I was nice and well-mannered because I was taught manners. I was very imaginative and quite adventurous. I was a tomboy, and I was always jealous that my older brother Hugh had bigger toy aeroplanes than me. I was always playing with boys’ toys; I don’t remember owning any dolls.
I have always wanted to do something high octane. I’ve wanted to tackle an action role where I play a tomboy but empower myself as a woman.
I usually do get the tomboy parts in the movies, which is kind of like me, but not totally. I like to shop as much as Ashley, but she is a little more of a girlie-girl than me.
I’m the biggest nerd – I love comic books and stuff like that! I don’t have any friends who are actresses. I only had one girlfriend when I was growing up. Most of my friends were boys. I was such a tomboy. I enjoyed doing guy things.
I was kind of a cross between Kristy and Mary Anne among ‘The Baby-Sitters Club’ characters. I was shy, but I was also kind of a tomboy, and I was really good at sticking my foot in my mouth even though I was shy.
I’m a tomboy, but I really love doing my makeup – I find it relaxing and grounding. With ‘The Daily Show,’ it was easier for me to do my own makeup. In the beginning, I watched a lot of YouTube tutorials. You find a beauty blogger who has your skin tone, and pretty much everything they use will look good on you.
When I was around 16 or 17, I got asked to model, but because I was very ‘tomboy’ at the time, I wasn’t interested. But then I had a bit of teenage rebellion, and I saw modeling as an opportunity to get away from school and parents, so I thought, ‘OK, maybe I will be a model.’
I started racing BMX when I was five years old. I followed in my brother’s footsteps, and I was a little tomboy. When I came into the sport, there wasn’t many women. I raced with the boys; I looked up to the boys, and all my mentors were boys.
I’ve always had a man’s mindset, and that’s why I mostly have men friends, and that’s why I’ve been around so many men. I’ve always been a tomboy. And any man that knows me will tell you I’m not a girly girl.
I’m not the sexy girl. I’m more youthful and innocent, the girl who wears jeans and T-shirts and sneakers. But fans have accepted that I’m a tomboy. There’s a different group of people who find that attractive.
Growing up, I was definitely a tomboy, an overall-and-Converse type of girl, and I still am, but for events, I love dressing up.
My favourite feature is my hair. It has always made me look different. It was so red when I was born that my mother thought I had blood on my head. When I was a teenager, I looked like a tomboy, but then I understood that I could be a woman who was an intelligent mix between a lady and my mannish side.
I was 100 percent tomboy. I had the biggest Big Wheels.
I was a complete tomboy. I loved wandering out in storms or walking on the beaches in the dark. It was a very free upbringing, and I’m grateful to my parents for that.
I was a big tomboy.
I’m a bit of a tomboy.
As a teenager, I was very awkward in my skin. I was never in the cool gang. I had braces and was quite the geek as well as a tomboy.
I was a tomboy as a child! I wanted my daughter to be a scrapper and not so dainty.
I’ve always been like that. I was a tomboy when I was a kid, so I was always playing baseball and basketball and football and stuff as a kid with the boys.
I was a wild child tomboy.
I was actually a huge tomboy growing up.
When I was very young I never thought I was attractive, because I was a tomboy and I was always the biggest girl in the class.
I always like that sort of tomboy aesthetic.
I started in junior high doing the splits and flips and that kind of stuff. It was kind of the acceptable thing to do. But I had two older brothers, so I was a tomboy. I was the cute tomboy who could put on the skirt but then go tackle you or something. I was a little rough around the edges for a pretty woman!
Growing up I was as big a tomboy as you can get.
I was a wild kid. I was left to climb trees. And you know those railways logs, they piled them up, six feet apart, and I’d jump from one to the other. Without a safety net! I was an incredible tomboy.
Most people say that Asian or female artists should be sexy in America, but I don’t think that I have to be like that. I have a tomboy style. My choreography is not that way. So, I want to focus on my music style to match the choreography, which is really cool. No girls can dance those moves. I try to make them really fresh.
I’d say I was a tomboy… I took wood shop in high school and I was very into volleyball and football, and was very unaware of anything girly for a long time.
I had a bit of a reputation as a tomboy.
I’ve always had a tomboy quality to me that I embrace and don’t run away from. At the same time I’m a real girlie-girl.
I was always a tomboy. I always wanted to be around the boys, always wanted to play sports – basketball, football, kickball, whatever it was. I was real aggressive. I wanted to be around the bros!
I was not a girly girl. I was a tomboy.
I’m very tomboy, and I’m inspired by hip hop artists.
Cara’s always been a real tomboy. She was never really that into makeup. She’s very quick at it.
From an early age, I was very interested in all things fashion… and the change from tomboy to ultrafeminine glamour in old films. There was a Doris Day film I loved: ‘Calamity Jane.’
I am very much a girly girl as well as being this tough, athletic fighter. I grew up a tomboy. I got my first four wheeler when I was eight. I got my first dirt bike shortly after. So, I have a lot of these manly qualities, I guess you would say. But, I also like to go get dressed up every weekend.
At heart I am a tomboy.
I felt like an ugly duckling back in school. I was a complete tomboy with short hair. Never in my dreams did I imagine that I would walk the ramp with 6-inch heels. My friends can’t believe that I’m an actor, because I was such an introvert in school.