Androgyny, unisex fashion, and gender neutrality have been growing in popularity for a long while now. Fashion goes through cycles, and as we’re seeing more and more ‘80s comebacks in fashion, we also tend to see more people gravitating toward gender-neutral clothing. While back in the ‘80s it was sort of rebellious, and something that we saw from glam rock icons and other misfits, these days it’s becoming mainstream.
Gen Z is growing up fast and they will not be put in boxes or labeled. They see no reason in liming fashion and their self-expression to one gender. They will wear whatever they want, however, they want and look stunning no matter what. The fashion industry is following suit. Gender-neutral clothing brands are growing in popularity, London fashion week became gender-neutral and canceled separate gendered shows, instead opting to combine their men’s and women’s catwalks, and New York fashion week added a unisex and nonbinary category. So if looking gender-neutral is something you’re into, here are some outfit ideas that might inspire you.
Suits are not for men only, in fact, they’ve become a staple in women’s closets too. They’re powerful, they’re fashionable, they come in a variety of cuts and styles. Finding a good suit may be your entry ticket into the world of gender-neutral fashion.
Streetwear brands are generally quite gender-neutral, so if that’s a style that appeals to you, just go for it. Here you won’t really have to choose between choosing from a men’s or women’s section, you just get what you think looks cool.
Overalls are great for anyone, and it’s the most gender-neutral piece of clothing in our opinion. You can change the entire look of them by choosing to wear a colorful t-shirt, a lacy or mesh top, or even a blouse under them. It’s truly a piece of clothing that has no gender affiliation.
Fitted, structured, or baggy, boiler suits are a staple of gender-neutral fashion. You can call them boiler sits, coveralls, workwear, the name really doesn’t matter. What matters is that it’s a piece of clothing that is an outfit in itself. It’s got a pretty genderless vibe to it and we think it’s pretty awesome.
Yes, a good old cardigan has been a staple in everyone’s wardrobe for many years, and it’s a perfect example of a gender-neutral clothing item. Anyone can wear it, and depending on the cut, color, and style, a humble cardigan can actually make any outfit gender-neutral.
6.Loose fitting clothing
Loose-fitting clothes in gender are generally common in gender-neutral fashion. They do a great job of distracting from one’s feminine or masculine features and just making you look sort of genderless and cool.
Oversized tees are the best. You can tick them in if you want to define your waist, you can wear them as a dress, or you can wear them just over your jeans to add to that oversized vibe. It’s possibly the simplest, yet the most effective option when going for that gender-neutral look.
Say what you want but a good button-down can make anyone look effortlessly chic. Hawaiian print will work well for a chill vibe, while a silk/satin one will make you look hot AF. You can wear it unbuttoned over a t-shirt, or under a sweatshirt or a jumper with just the collar peeking out, or you can leave a few top buttons open for that sexy look. You honestly can’t go wrong with a good button-down.