One DNA is a super cool unisex clothing brand that’s designed to be worn front-to-back, and is inspired by both luxury fashion and sportswear. The collection is “designed for all genders, ages, and races.” Check out their lookbook here.
A gender neutral piece from 69 will run you between $300 and $350, but their clothing was featured in the video for Beyonce’s "Formation," so it might be an investment worth making. Check out their website here.
CharlieBoy is an Australian designed and made clothing brand for those who want to “express yourself through the way you dress and leave behind the rule-bound world of gender codes.” CharlieBoy carries everything from dachshund print button ups to button ups for your dachshund. Check them out here.
TOOGOOD’s unisex outerwear is too cool. Unfortunately it’s probably not everyday wear for most of us (unless your everyday involves jet-setting to pop-up avant-garde art shows). Swoon over their looks here.
TILLYandWILLIAM began as an “experiment in gender neutral clothing.” Prices range from $69 to $450 per piece, but there are a few affordable(ish) options. Check out TILLYandWILLIAM here.
6) Sharpe Suiting
When you need to get all dressed up, Sharpe Suiting has you covered. Sharpe creates “quality suits and dresswear with a unique approach undefined by gender.” They use their trademark formula, Andropometrics, to measure all body types. Check out their website and online shop here.
7) Rad Hourani
Artist, filmmaker, photographer, and clothing designer Rad Hourani’s vision is “centered on the theme of neutrality.” His collections feature boldly cut clothing for all genders, provided your wallet can handle it. Check out his website and online shop here.
Canadian made muttonhead sells casual sportswear, including cozy coats, pants, hats, t-shirts, and jackets, at a price that won’t make you want to cry. Check out their online shop here.
9) FLAVNT Streetwear
FLAVNT is an LGBTQ owned company based in Austin that’s designed for “men, women, and everybody in between” that tries to promote a message of self-love and confidence through clothing. Their casual tees and sweatshirts with messages like “Gender Roles are Dead” printed on a tombstone illustration retail between $25 and $40. Shop FLAVNT here.
GenderFlux allows you to proudly wear your identity on an adorable t-shirt, whether you’re genderqueer, gender variant, agender, transgender, and more. At $30 a shirt, they’re budget friendly too. Check out their shop here.
Androgyny’s staple button ups were originally designed with the sensibilities of androgynous women in mind. (“No frills, no fuss, no ‘boob button’ nightmares.”) The shirts are also a great option for nonbinary AFAB folks, or trans men. Check out their shop here.
If you were dying to dress like Project Runway favorite Fabio Costa (and who wasn’t really), NotEqual is the answer to your prayers. The genderless clothing brand designed by Fabio Costa and Rebecca Diele is probably outside most of our budgets, but is well worth saving for. Check it out here.
13) Saint Harridan
Saint Harridan focuses on masculine clothing for women and trans men, and is also a great option for nonbinary AFAB folks. If you’re dapper, you’re welcome. Check out the shop here.
Gender neutral underwear! If you’re looking for boxer briefs in a variety of fun colors and patterns, check out PlayOut’s online shop.
Outplay is a swimsuit company “without gender but a lot of heart.” Their neutral swimwear provides plenty of coverage, and their compression swim tops are a great option for trans men and masculine of center nonbinary folks. Plus, they won’t cost you any more than buying a swimsuit at a major retailer. Check them out here.
16) Coming Soon: MATRIARCH
The footwear brand MATRIARCH gives us something to look forward to. The sister-sister designer team felt that “footwear has been divided into ‘men’s’ and ‘women’s’ categories for too long,” and that, “aesthetic preferences transcend gender lines and that foot size should not limit one’s style or quality options.” Yes to all of that! Eagerly await their launch here.
17) Coming Soon: Butchbaby & Co.
When you’re expecting, the last thing you should have to worry about is what you’re going to wear. Butchbaby & Co. will soon be the answer. They’re a “gender neutral alternity wear line for pregnant individuals.” We can’t wait for their launch, but in the meantime keep up with them on Facebook.