This isn’t the first time we’ve seen or heard of gender fluid or gender neutral clothing. We’ve seen luxury brands such as Gucci, Saint Laurent, and Haider Ackerman let male and female models strut down the runway dressed in the same clothes.
As time goes by more and more accessible brands, like Zara, are putting out gender neutral clothing to appeal to Generation Z and Millennial consumers.
With that said, fashion, beauty, and lifestyle channel, Clevver Style put some of these more accessible gender neutral brands to the test. ONE DNA, Lucy and Yak, the Collusion collection by ASOS, and Big Bud Press were the brands included in the video.
The three donned pieces from the brands then proceeded to style them in accordance to their taste. The brands got good reviews and were commended for stepping out of the box.
“I feel like there’s no category to look edgy,” comments Drew when asked about her thoughts on the whole fashion movement.
With Gen Z strongly agreeing that gender no longer defines a person, we should expect to see more brands stepping out of the gender based clothing and adapting to more gender fluid style.
Check out Clevver Style’s video below.