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5 of the coolest neutral fashion brands

Currently the hottest style icon around, Harry Styles has put androgynous fashion in the spotlight with his incredible outfits on stage.

Wearing sequined jumpsuits, heart-print t-shirts and chunky necklaces, the singer is known for his exuberant aesthetic, but gender-neutral style isn’t limited to men wearing pink these days.

If you prefer clothes that aren’t stereotypically masculine or feminine — or just want to mix up your wardrobe with new looks — it’s easier than ever to find what you’re looking for online.

Here are five gender-neutral fashion brands you need to know right now.

1. GFW Clothing

Aiming to bridge the market between traditional men’s and women’s shirts, GFW (which stands for “genderless world”) specializes in cotton button-up shirts in bold prints and colors.

Instead of standard clothing sizes, GFW shirts are available in one of four body shapes: Alex, Billie, Charlie and Drew, which means the designs allow for wider busts or hips, wider shoulders or straight silhouettes from top to bottom.

2. Lucy and Yak

Best known for its ultra-comfy Yaks dungarees, which come in a wide variety of styles (long and short legs, tapered and wide, jazzy prints and neutral hues), Lucy & Yak boasts strong eco credentials and an inspired aesthetic. vintage.

“Dungarees are the perfect gender neutral option!” says co-founder Lucy Greenwood. “They are comfortable and an easy-to-wear, all-in-one outfit, with each of our ‘dunga’ designs being gender neutral. We believe that everyone can and should wear what they want, as a individual. , want to wear!”

Clothes are labeled in women’s sizes ranging from 4 to 32 (small and large options are in the works) and the brand has just launched an Ed Sheeran collection of overalls, hoodies, t-shirts and accessories.

3. Zoe

Zoah was founded by designer Danielle St James to meet the needs of trans women, non-binary and gender non-conforming people, specializing in underwear designed for those who “tuck” – but supportive clothing has also been worn as shapewear by cis women.

The brand has now launched its first-ever swimwear collection with a pair of black mesh and leopard print bikinis, featuring high waisted tops, v-tops and high-waisted bottoms.

4. Too Good

Sisters Faye and Erica Toogood form the design duo behind the fashion brand Toogood, which produces a selection of unisex clothing in universal sizes.

Recently, the pair teamed up with Carhartt WIP (Work in Progress is a spin-off of the historic brand) on a capsule collection of workwear-inspired canvas shirts, jackets, pants and overalls.

5. Wear

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Eco-conscious lifestyle site Wearth wants to make it easy for consumers to shop in a sustainable way, by stocking independent brands in one place.

In the website’s unisex fashion section, you’ll find everything from organic cotton hoodies and vegan sneakers to sustainable cork backpacks and socks made from recycled yarn.