If you’re anything like me, I love stealing my boyfriend’s clothes to wear. He’s a few sizes bigger than me, so I love snuggling up in one of his shirts or sweaters, but I also love stealing his cardigans and buttons up when I’m getting bored of my clothes. There are SO many ways you can style your boyfriend’s shirt, but here are my 5 favorites.
This look is my favorite since it’s a mix of preppy and lumberjack. I layered my yellow sweater, which is cut on the shorter side, over Robin’s plaid shirt so you can see his shirt poking out. I love the color contrast here, so I played it down with white jeans and gladiator heels. This look would also look cute with some fall booties.
Tying a large shirt around your waist is a classic move, and I love to do it on “nicer” outfits to play them down. This drapey-collar silk shirt and leopard heels are something I usually wear to the office, but I wanted to create a more unexpected look. Your boyfriend’s shirt is great for that purpose.
When I’m hanging around the house or running errands, I love to wear simple but cute outfits like this. I paired Robin’s shirt with an aline skirt worn at the waist and some simple flats. You can dress this look up with layered nacklaces, bracelets or even a hat!
When I’m feeling uber lazy, I’ll throw on Robin’s shirt and some leggings. So. Freaking. Comfy. Also a good outfit to have on hand for when you feel bloated and gross. So it’s doesn’t look like I’m a total bum, I paired this with cute flats (would look great with heels, too!), a hat and a scarf. It’s like I’m back in Wisconsin again.
It’s still warm here in San Francisco, but the mornings are chilly, so this outfit is perfect for me right now. I love my high-waisted shorts and paired them with a white sweater, white flats and my Dad’s vintage hat. To add more dimension to the look, Robin’s shirt gets to act as a jacket. Looks a bit “forest ranger” and I love it.