Pink Tomboy, Blue Girly Girl
When a Tomboy And Girly Girl sport colors you normally wouldn't associate with them today.
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This is where True Blue Femininity is paired with its female Spear Counterpart. Apparently, if Real Men Wear Pink, so can even the most aggressive of tomboys (read: they can afford to wear pink or otherwise like something girly); expect their girly counterpart to wear blue just as often. Sometimes, the tomboy will wear red, of which pink is a tint.

See also Tomboy with a Girly Streak and True Blue Femininity. Compare Real Men Wear Pink and Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy.

Examples

Anime and Manga

  • Both Futari wa Pretty Cure and Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash☆Star have their respective resident Cure teams as examples, with (respectively) Nagisa and Saki as the pink tomboys and Honoka and Mai as the blue girly girls.
  • Haruhi Suzumiya (tomboy) and Mikuru Asahina (girly girl) have a tendency to fall into this, particularly when Mikuru's actually wearing blue. It helps that pink is a tint of Haruhi's theme color (which is red).
  • Sakura Kinomoto (tomboy) and Tomoyo Daidouji (girly girl) in Card Captor Sakura. The Movie even has a scene with Sakura wearing a pink Chinese-style jacket and trousers and Tomoyo wearing a blue Qipao.
  • There's a mild example in Usagi Tsukino (tomboy, theme color of pink) and Ami Mizuno (girly girl, theme color of blue) in Sailor Moon.
  • Lina Inverse and Sylphiel in The Slayers. Lina (a tomboy) wears a combination of pink, red and black, and Sylphiel (a girly girl) wears a combination of blue and green.
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