For whatever reason, there is not a plethora of female-skewed skatewear and streetwear brands out there. Unfair, but true. So when a label like Man Up, Girl comes around, you take notice. 

The British label specialises in skate and everyday wear, taking a very '90s approach to their women only collections. But if you're not a sporty girl, you shouldn't be deterred - there's something here for everyone. 

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