Streetwear is usually an androgynous style, where trends start from guys and are then picked up by girls who want to look just as cool. Girly touches aren't seen too often, which makes one wonder whether it's a sign of total liberation from gender norms, or its just forcing girls to acknowledge that the male version is always better. It seemed inevitable that the gender divide would surface, and in recent years there's certainly been an effort by girls to differentiate themselves, making the style popular in the process.
Dimepiece is an LA - based streetwear label that focuses on women, a guarantee that the clothes are created with girls, not guys, in mind. It's quite popular with the cool teenage crowd and the celebrities that they worship. While copying Miley Cyrus isn't really my thing, this is one brand that seems to hit that sweet point between affordability and unique style that can be sported by women well after they get their legal drinking license. It reminds me of some of Nasty Gal's stuff, but with less overly revealing clothes and more hardcore personality.
I really want that "Oh shit!" suit above (perfect for the morning after brunch, no?), and those"Romeo" pants with a flare behind them. Just imagine how cool they would look on a windy day!! Much more preferable to worrying about your skirt billowing up Monroe-style.