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Best Men’s Sections for Some Androgynous Shopping


By Lauren Heskin
09th Jul 2015
Best Men’s Sections for Some Androgynous Shopping

There can be no denying that women love to wear men’s clothing, so much so that wearing your boyfriend’s clothing no longer necessitates you have a boyfriend. Plus it’s tricky to fit a female set of hips into your actual boyfriend’s jeans. But no matter how many oversized shirts and cosy cable knits we buy in the women’s section, nothing quite compares to your brother’s super soft t-shirt or that huge sweater you wear as a dress that you think might belong to your boyfriend’s dad.

Men’s clothes tends to be cheaper and often better?quality because they’re less likely to compromise comfort for fashion. And did we mention that you won’t bump into another woman wearing the same thing?

Here are some of the best androgynous shopping looks on the high street right now. It’s also a solid excuse to check out the high-street male model scene.

 

H&M Men

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Oxford Shirt €24.99

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Jacquard Knit Jumper ?39.99

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Denim Shirt €34.99

This dark denim shirt would like great thrown over a s light summer dress to add edge. We LOVELOVELOVE the coppery snap buttons.

Topman

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Purple Slim Fit T-Shirt €10.00

Topman is one of the best places to buy t-shirts. Their basics range come in tons of great colours, wash like a dream and are so ridiculously soft you feel like you’ve wrapped in a baby blanket.

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Light Grey Puritan Hat ?26.00

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Green Blotch Poplin Short Sleeved Shirt €34.00

Tie the bottom of this summery mint green shirt and wear with shorts you’re good to go.

Zara Men

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Contrasting Sleeve Sweater €9.99

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Leather Flap?Shopper Bag €29.99

This bag is a gorgeous NAVY LEATHER and is in the SALE for €29.99! Get going, quickly!

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Striped Sweater €9.99

ASOS Men

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Denim & Supply by Ralph Lauren Tartan Check Jumper €164.38

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ASOS Striped Cape with Pockets in Blue €38.35

Ponchos’made a glorious return on the Burberry catwalks last Autumn/Winter but this is probably one of the nicest high street versions we’ve seen. And it has pockets!

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ASOS Lightweight Cable Sweater €35.61