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We love ourselves a tomboy look: slouchy denim, a tough jacket and a rad pair of sneaks. But more than just “borrowing from the boys,” have you ever thought of actually stealing from them? Yes, you can shop straight from certain menswear lines (and have a much cooler story to tell your friends).

Here are seven of our favorites.


This Brooklyn-based line makes sneakers that are just about the most comfortable things you will ever put on your feet. Even better: These babies come in nine colors and cost just $49.


OK, so this is actually a Hawaiian swimwear brand. (Don?t worry, we?re not recommending board shorts.) But its striped tee is perfectly boxy, made of ultra-soft cotton jersey and can be worn by just about anyone, anywhere.

John Elliott + Co.

Again, comfy style knows no gender. Case in point: pretty much everything from John Elliott + Co. We’re particularly obsessed with these slim-fit, drop-crotch sweatpants inspired by South American soccer warm-ups.

Kaufmann Mercantile

Proving that briefcases don't have to be stuffy: this beautiful leather briefcase-backpack hybrid. The ultimate in chic, hands-free convenience. 

Beams Plus

You may have heard of Beams, a popular Japanese line for ladies. But Beams Plus, its male offshoot, is a wonderland of great rugged pieces, like this classic bomber jacket, in a universally flattering olive hue.

Todd Snyder

In more sneaker news (can you ever really have too much?): These nubuck-suede high-tops will go shockingly well with your white jeans or black swing dress.


Of course, the tennis juggernaut has an extensive (and beautiful) women’s side, but a looser-fit polo is just as brilliant at channeling your inner Tennenbaum.

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