More often than not, a girl has borrowed (or maybe stolen) a thing or two from their boyfriend’s closet with or without their consent (We know it’s true!). Many fashion girls have taken a liking to the laidback allure of the menswear section, especially now that grunge is here to stay. Brooklyn Beckham is no stranger to the beloved ’90s fashion trend. Finding his own groove in the limelight, Brooklyn makes a name for himself as the golden boy in the world as the newest face of local fashion giant–Bench.
Cop Brooklyn Beckham’s New York-worthy style with 5 of the freshest finds you can easily steal from this #GlobalBenchsetter’s closet.
1. Denim Jacket with Faux Fur
The best of the ’90s always included an oversized denim jacket. Take your boyfriend’s denim outerwear out for a spin! Plus points if it has faux fur details, a staple in the grunge revival.
2. Oversized Statement Tee
Back when t-shirts did the talking, an OOTD would be incomplete without a classic vintage tee that screams your deepest, darkest thoughts. Rummage through your beau’s drawers and find the faded tee that shouts the right statement.
3. Drawstring Track Pants
Athleisure may seem new in 2017 but track pants have always been a constant in the great 1990s. Have your guy lend you his favorite pair of track pants and match it with a basic tank top to achieve an easy rocksteady vibe.
4. Patchwork Bomber Jacket
For those nights out where you want to balance a great party dress with a grunge flare, wrap yourself with a cozy bomber jacket adorned with boyfriend-approved patchwork.
5. Vintage Grey Hoodie
Every girl is probably guilty of sneaking a comfy hoodie into their bag after a visit at the boyfriend’s place. Let’s face it, a comfy grey hoodie around two sizes bigger goes well with a pair of cut-off jeans and beat-up sneakers, giving you a ’90s-approved thumbs up.
Share your wardrobe with the boyfriend. Make a shopping trip to the nearest Bench retail store and let #BrooklynBeckhamForBench be your guide for your next fashion finds.
Words: Louise Sicat | Art: EJ Kampitan