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Clothes you can steal from your girlfriend

The best unisex brands you can fool your other half to shop at - then you nick everything

Clothes you can steal from your girlfriend
21 July 2016

If you’re skint and lacking in some current style, then you can always pinch clothes from your other half. We’re not talking frilly underwear and crop tops (if your financial situation is that bad, seek help), we’re talking the best in unisex brands.

Here are a few of our favourites:


With its versatility, classic silhouettes and modern fabrics that are cool in summer and warm in winter (now that’s futuristic), One DNA’s collections are a 365-day uniform that are luxe yet highly wearable, and designed for all genders, ages and races.

Mix and match your outfits


Seasonless and unisex, Toogood like to break boundaries and stick to British roots. Their range takes inspiration from key trades, giving iconic workwear unifroms a high fashion aesthetic. Keeping in line with this ethos, each piece pays respect to the skilled workers involved, with each piece being manufactured in Britain with a sewn in identification code tracing its creation.

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John Smedley

Luxurious knitwear is appreciated by both sexes, probably because we were all pestered by our grandmothers as children to put a jumper on when we went outside. So it’s no surprise John Smedley’s borrowed-from-the-boys look is a recurring motif throughout the fashion seasons; by blurring the lines between menswear and womenswear, this collection develops the concept and offers knitwear’s most loved features to both sexes in a single, expertly crafted collection.

Match your outfits without looking cringeworthy

Rad Hourani

Rad Hourani is a designer, photographer and artist, and has a vision centred around neutrality. “I started creating with a sense of curiosity and innocence driven by my 'no-background' background”, states Hourani. “No school. No teachers. No telly. No boundaries. No formatting. I like the idea of a world that we could live and shape by ourselves, only by observing. Each our own. My visuals have erupted from this world of mine. They are genderless, ageless and limitless. They come from no nation, no race, no religion, yet they could be home anywhere, anytime.”

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American Apparel

Sure they may be hipster as hell, but they actually create quality made clothing. Their Natural Denim is a heavyweight denim, but still soft to the touch, with a bit of stretch for added comfort, meaning guys can still wear it tight without being constricted.

Tell your girlfriend she'd look good in it