Feminine Tomboy Feature: Joelle Corey of Joyeur

Feminine Tomboy Feature: Joelle Corey of Joyeur

Meet Joelle Corey, a dear friend who emanates authenticity, joy and vibrance wherever she goes. Joelle is always down to dance and sing and she embodies the essence of our Feminine Tomboy style. She is playful, spontaneous, creative, and strong. Ready below for some inspo from this musical fairy!

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Skate Needle x Lady Dandelion

Skate Needle x Lady Dandelion

Since the start of Lady Dandelion, having an original skate deck was a dream. Enter Los Angeles based tufting artist, Nicole Sagrato. We knew we wanted to make a deck that was original and special to represent LD, and Nicole's hand tufted skate boards have literally never been done before. These functional art pieces are even more magnificent in person...

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Surfing Cowgirl x Lady Dandelion

Surfing Cowgirl x Lady Dandelion

We are so stoked about our collaboration with Los Angeles based jewelry artist, Claudia Dockery. Claudia started designing her fresh, funky pieces during the pandemic using her mother's vintage bead collection. She realized how deep the love for this craft was in her blood, and so her line Surfing Cowgirl was born. Danielle and Claudia worked together to create an exclusive...

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Feminine Tomboy Feature: Amanda Suk

Feminine Tomboy Feature: Amanda Suk

Spending the day with Amanda at the store was pure joy. She comes alive in all the colors in the shop and she is never not dancing. Amanda is a former dance studio owner and current actress. It's very clear that she is a performer at heart. She is also so warm and easy to relate to. Read on to...

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Feminine Tomboy Feature - Julia Jovone

Feminine Tomboy Feature - Julia Jovone

"Be sure to take out time for yourself. As moms and entrepreneurs we give so much of our time and energy to our families and clients. We have to be sure to give back to ourselves."

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Feminine Tomboy Feature: Michelle Chaplin

Feminine Tomboy Feature: Michelle Chaplin

Michelle and I joke about how we are probably related somehow. Along with our obviously similar interests (Michelle has her own line of quirky California-cool clothing called Ultraviolet kids), we both have family hailing from Brooklyn. And we have the kind of hair that you don't see often (at least not naturally). I really resonated with the sentiment Michelle shared about striving...

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