I do not think it's weird. I do it all the time ^^ Sometimes boys cloths are just more comfortable. You should not think it's weird either. EVERY single girl I have ever known has worn some type of boys clothing at one time or another. From hoodies and shorts, to jeans, athletic gear, shirts, and socks.
I wear boys' clothes all the time, though, I am a guy, haha. But seriously, it isn't strange. I don't know if you act like a tomboy, but it sounds like you dress like one, and this isn't strange or bad. Tomboy's get boyfriends all the time! There are lots of guys who like girls they can easily relate to.
Back in high school I always thought girls like you were cute! : )
it's a little weird, but I wear guys jeans sometimes. I get smaller sizes so they fit. But I like the loose ones with a belt (but they're not usually that loose) then I like to rip them up. BUt I always wear a girl shirt with it like a hollister shirt (the ones with hollister onit, not the fashion tops er anything) BUt I don't know about ur dads jackets? Basically some times guys have cool, funny t-shirts I like to wear, but I get them small so they look like girls' shirts. and jeans can look fine too I guess.
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It's not weird if you add girly thing or touches to make it look like casual girls clothes, it can b a really cool style of yours if you do it right.
I pretty much have to agree with kurkjianb. If done right, I see nothing wrong with it, and you can actually end up with some VERY cute styles. After all, that is how the "boyfriend-style" jeans came about, is it not?
i wear my boyfriends hat sometimes but that's different aha.
i sometimes where his shirts... but that's like if I'm at his house & staying the nightttt or something... I don't think a regular guy on the street would think it was attractive but your boyfriend might would think its cute for you to wear his stuff
Some people who takes to the extreme like, binding their boobs, chopping off their hair for the guy's look and wearing guys' clothes all the time are people whom I call 'butch' (no offence seriously, just a name like blonde etc) lesbians some times, when they are in the men's role in a lesbian relationship.