To begin, I feel a disclaimer is in order: One should expect puzzled glances and frequent remarks of "but you're a girl" harked at them when wearing Boy clothing. That is of course, assuming that you're a girl and not indeed an actual boy (most items are unisex). Boy clothing and it's eagle logo is a somewhat interesting line considering that the majority of its pieces transcend the seasons. Personally, i consider Boy to be the sort of brand that people either think "is ok" or fall completely and utterly for the charm that such a simple concept appears to possess. I appear with the latter of these two options and whilst I only own the cut sleeved jumper pictured above (styled with a cardigan and coat) I consider the brand one of the most iconic around. Take a look on Boy's website - leavetheboyalone.com and you will notice that the majority of items for sale look very similar. This is the brands charm and the allure that entices the "Boy lovers" to sport the clothing. The jumpers in particular have a nonshalantness to them which is at the core of their appeal to prospective wearers. As a friend of mine summarised perfectly: "It's nothing special, but there is something about it that is just so hot." I feel it is this perspective that is integral to the charm that Boy (and often the wearer) alludes.
Customised Boy jumper styled with: Primark ribbed tights, Topshop camisole, Zara cable knit cardigan, ASOS leather trim coat and New Rock Trail boots.