Dree Hemingway is "a bit of a tomboy."
The 27-year-old fashion model, who has strutted the catwalk for big brands such as Calvin Klein and Givenchy in the past, has admitted she prefers to wear more masculine clothes on a day-to-day basis rather than rock the girly look.
Speaking to the Daily Mail's YOU magazine, she said: "I'm a bit of a tomboy."
The blonde beauty, who is the great granddaughter of American author Ernest Hemingway, even prefers to dress down in jeans and a T-shirt when she goes on dates.
Asked what she would wear for a romantic occasion, she said: "Old Levi's. I think you should dress down for a date."
Meanwhile, Dree has recently been unveiled as the face of the new Chloé fragrance after she walked the brand's show at Paris Fashion Week in March this year.
Speaking to The Moodie Report previously, she said of her new role: "I think fragrance is such a personal thing. It's the ultimate luxury, in a sense, because it's so subtle, yet it can explain so much about a person.
"I think that this fragrance explains a lot about me... I like scents that make me feel young and free; I always picture a girl spinning in a field, or not being constricted by walls - and I feel this fragrance is all of that, in one."
She added: "But it's not too young or too sweet. Like the fashion, it's ageless."