I was in Urban Outfitters with some friends today and spotted this very interesting navy and cream cardigan in the women's section. No glitters, no feathers, nothing... very simple. I tried it on, it fit, looked great and wasn't so expensive. I'm a x-small guy, so that doesn't happen all that frequently. Their response, however, was immediately negative... too tight, women's clothes are for women, I'm a man - why the fuck I am trying women's clothes? The truth is, the cardigan fitted about just like every other cardigan I have in my wardrobe (most of them from Uniqlo, which is 6 hours away from where I live), if not better. (The only problem is that it buttoned on the opposite way of regular men's cardigan). Is it that much of a big deal to wear women's apparel that fit as good or better than men's clothing? I didn't quite get why their reaction was so negative, and why the simple fact that it was in the women's section made it such a huge deal. I wonder what they would have said if I had found the exact same piece just a few meters away in the men's section. I understand how it can be debatable when it comes to guys getting women's jeans because they want them as tight as possible, but a good-fitting classic cardigan? What's the problem? Enlighten me, should I actually go back and get it or would I be the cause of a mass infarctus?