There’s nothing better than scoring a perfectly worn-in T-shirt from your partner or from or another favorite man in your life. The smell … the soft material … the baggy vibe … it’s all so good. T-shirts aside, there are several clothing items you can borrow from your man’s wardrobe.
Kourt is familiar with this style tip and gave us a few ideas inspired by the pieces she’s been wearing from Travis’s closet. Like the oversized leather jacket (pictured above), which she styled over a feminine silk and lace dress. And when our managing editor, Michelle Scanga, sat in on a recent fitting, Kourt even said she loves wearing his vintage hoodies and T-shirts.
So what else can you snag from your partner’s wardrobe? We got you with nine ways to style your significant other’s clothes. Keep reading for our ideas below.
Belt an oversized collared shirt a la Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman.
Tie a white undershirt to create a cropped top and pair it with jeans or shorts.
Wear his boxers or Calvin Klein briefs as shorts for a relaxed athleisure look. Very ’90s and very on-trend.
A plaid shirt can be worn in any season. You can accentuate your figure by tying it around your waist. If it’s big enough, wear it as a summer dress. Or if it’s cold out, layer it on top of your outfit.
Wear their oversized white tee with your favorite pair of vintage jeans and accessorize with statement jewelry like chunky chain necklaces or colorful acrylic rings.
Let’s be real, men’s hoodies look the cutest on women anyways. The same goes for crewneck sweatshirts—add biker shorts and you’re set.
Throw on his denim button-up shirt over a tight white tank for a casual afternoon outfit.
Are the perfect low-rise and super baggy jeans lingering in your man’s denim collection? Could be.
When it comes to hats, you know they are already broken in, so grab your favorite style and wear it to run errands or to grab a coffee in the morning.
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