Women's Clothing That Looks Like Men's Clothing For Men
Have you ever wanted the thrill of wearing women's clothing but without the hassle of it actually looking like women's clothing? After all, wearing women's clothing is a practice that carries with it only slightly less stigma than being a Christian in Roman times (you won't get thrown to wild beasts in the Colosseum, but a red neck named Cletus might call you gay, or 'Guuaayy' as he'll pronounce it.)
Women's Y Fronts From American Apparel
I don't understand a lot that American Apparel does, but I do understand it is so trendy that kids would buy anything there, those guys could sell Ebola in partially cracked vials to college aged Americans and they'd lap it up.
Which explains how they're getting away with selling Harem Pants (fashion Ebola, if ever I saw it, but instead of making your insides liquefy, they just make other people's eyes bleed,) and it also explains how they can get away with selling Y fronts for women.
These cotton spandex Y fronts even come with a pretend version of that slit that men have in their underwear which saves them from having to go to all the trouble of actually lowering their pants and whatnot when they have to go to the bathroom. This makes them super authentic looking, meaning you can buy them and wear them in the knowledge that they are totally women's panties, but without anyone freaking out if they happen to see you in them.
Women's jeans can be worn by men, especially 'skinny jeans' which are so in right now amongst the hipster crowd. These jeans are fairly androgynous to begin with and really only look good on young women who have yet to really develop hips or other curves and men, who tend to have nice straight up and down legs.
These jeans are made by Lee jeans, one of my favorite manufacturers because they often have a button fly, which unlike other types of fly, isn't constantly falling down. (I don't know what's wrong with my body, but half the zip flies I have ever worn in my life would work their way down to the open position within about an hour of putting them on. Terribly embarrassing really.)
Slip Ons / Shoes
You've got the panties, you've got the jeans, now you just need the shoes. Slip ons and sneakers from a brand like Converse are fairly gender neutral, so you can easily go shopping amongst the female offerings and end up wearing something that looks entirely suitable. These camouflage sneakers from converse are a perfect example of exactly what I mean. If you're really brave, go ahead and get a pair in pink.