19 Menswear Pieces You’ll Want in Your Wardrobe

With spring now fully in swing (ish), us girls are constantly scrolling through to find inspiration for new trends and styles for the season. Unfortunately, a lot of what we want lives in either our boyfriends’ wardrobes or just the menswear sections of our favourite stores. Will that stop us? Most definitely not.

We have found some stylish pieces usually only purchased by the opposite sex and as we’re all equals, we’re going to pull off a bomber jacket and a baseball cap just as well as the boys. Check out our genderless edit for spring…

 

Oakland Raiders 9FIFTY Cap, £25.00 NEW ERA at jdsports.co.uk

 

Faux Suede Printed Harrington, £35.00 FRENCH MONTANA FOR BOOHOOMAN boohoo.com

 

Pink Linen Short Sleeve Shirt, £22.00 River Island riverisland.com

 

Tan Corduroy Backpack, £40.00 BDG at urbanoutfitters.com

 

Blue Embroidered Oversized Denim Jacket, £85.00 Topman topman.com

 

 

Hawaiian Shirt Project Fuyugi Floral-Print Poplin Shirt, £85.00 ALLSAINTS at selfridges.com

 

SDR Superfarer Sunglasses, £29.99 Superdry superdry.com

 

Grey Check Double-Breasted Waistcoat, £40.00 River Island riverisland.com

 

Khaki Printed Slider, £17.00 Next next.co.uk

 

Oversized Technical Trench Coat, £149.00 Zara zara.com

 

Lilac ‘Together’ Embroidered Oversized T-shirt, £15.00 Topman topman.com

 

Muscle Line-Print Cotton-Jersey Top, £125.00 BLACKBARRETT at selfridges.com

 

“Michael” Tortoise Round Sunglasses, £18.00 Urban Outfitters urbanoutfitters.com

 

 

 

“Morgan” Slim-Fit Unstructured Checked Linen and Cotton Blend Blazer, £495.00 POLO RALPH LAUREN at mrporter.com

 

Blue, Red and Gold Sequin Bomber Jacket, £130.00 JADED at topman.com

 

Black Studded Backpack, £49.99 Zara zara.com

 

 

Orange Label Zip Hoodie, £49.99 Superdry superdry.com

 

Heathfield – Textured Crew Neck Jumper in Navy, £75.00 Reiss reiss.com

 

Slim-Fit Tapered Melange Stretch-Cotton Jersey Sweatpants, £85.00 HANRO at mrporter.com

Post Author: Kirsty Burke

Kirsty Burke
Having been in love with both fashion and writing since I can remember, being able to write now, and for online readers, is quite literally a dream come true. I like to think that my writing reflects me as a person and shows some of my personality whilst still informing you about what’s on trend and what I’m loving each season. Fashion will constantly fuel me with ideas and inspiration for my writing so if you like what you read, you have the catwalk to thank.

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