The lead female heroine Lisbeth Salander (played by Rooney Mara), was just as awkward and inverted as can be. Not only was her darkness showcased by her dialogue, actions (she had quite a steady hand with a tattoo gun), but also by her piercings, tattoos, and wardrobe.
While most people in the theatre cringed at the sight of her, I was busy admiring her pretty bad ass wardrobe. Not all women can pull off a mohawk, cut off tee, and combat boots the way she did. Here’s a few key pieces in replicating this very infamous wardrobe.
Combat Boots from Aldo