Genderless clothing brands are a good thing.
Because they encourage people to share what they wear.
And because they (should) do away with any silly stereotyping.
Here are some to take a look at.
Based in New York, quirky, quite nice and slightly bonkers.
Minimalist, cool and – again – a bit mad.
Decent denim-obsessed basics.
Not terribly adventurous but yes – interesting and affordable.
Another American brand.
The (odd) Wilde Boots are interesting.
I personally see genderless clothing as simple, common sense idea.
Not a political stance and neither for or against any particular group or persuasion.
Just something that, if done well so that it encourages us all to buy less and buy better, makes sense.
The examples here are early entrants to the category.
The category itself is young.
I suspect some enter it as it feels newsy.
The best will do it because of how it can effect our world positively.
They are the ones that will last.
Wear It. Share It.
We live in a world where over 70% of all clothing made is either burnt or buried within 3 years.
Things need to change.
And genderless clothing could be one small part of that change.
Wear it… then share it.