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9 Non-Binary Fashion Brands For Gender-Neutral Clothing

Jenny Bell


Gone are the days when fashion was a duality. Non-binary fashion brands who care as much about the planet as they do about the different identities of all the people on it are changing the status quo.

Fashion often falls short of the inclusivity mark, “let’s squeeze every person into XS-L” and while the number of plus-size clothing brands is increasing, inclusivity means more than size.

Thankfully, more brands are seeing the need for general neutral clothing for trans and non-binary folk, offering styles that transcend men’s and women’s styles, cuts, and sizing so that anyone can wear them, no matter where on the spectrum they fall. While you’ll still find options that may be considered femme or masculine, they can be worn by any body.

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The Best Non-Binary Clothing Brands For Every Body

KINdom believes we’re all kin, regardless of identity. Their androgynous clothing collection asks us to “put human back in humanity”.

TomboyX’s eco fluid activewear and underwear range is full of fun prints and plus sizes.

Non-binary-owned and operated Plant Faced offers a vegan streetwear collection of gender-neutral clothing featuring organic cotton and screen printed in the UK using water-based inks.

The Full List Of Gender-Neutral Clothing Brands


1. KINdom

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About KINdom

Price Range: $62–$154

KINdom was started with the idea of building a true KINdom, where all of us are connected and make up the world we live in.

Their Gender-Free & Upcycled collection is what we’re particularly striking a balance with right now. Shop one-of-a-kind upcycled handpainted shirts, embroidered convertible shirts (yep, you read that right), vintage tees, over-dyed shirts, and more.

Make a statement with the “eco not ego” Upcycled Embroidered 2-way Shirt. There’s no need to roll your sleeves up; you can just unbutton and remove them if you prefer to keep it breezy.

KINdom’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

KINdom uses natural, reclaimed, recycled, and indigenous fabrics combined with compostable cotton labels. These include organic cotton, bamboo textiles, rPET textiles (made from recycled plastic bottles), reclaimed deadstock, and some occasional rayon or viscose blends.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

KINdom’s goals align with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, like supporting marginalized communities, using closed-loop production processes, and working with fair-trade suppliers. In pursuit of these, they work with organizations to form a circular economy, only work with third-party certified partners in China and India, and preserve diverse cultures by supporting indigenous artisans in the Philippines.

Carbon commitments & green practices: 

KINdom uses a veggie-based bioplastic bag for packing and storage and a 100% recycled mailer for shipping.

Inclusivity: 

Sizing runs XS-XXL.

Community & charitable giving: 

KINdom partners with various charitable organizations, including Save The Children, Black Farmer Fund, and Autism Speaks.


2. TomboyX

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About TomboyX

Price Range: $20–$125

TomboyX has got your back (or your butt?) with a range of unisex sustainable underwear, loungewear, sleepwear, swimwear, tees & tanks, socks, and sustainable activewear for everyone.

This Seattle-based unisex clothing brand doesn’t use tomboy in the traditional gender-role sense. It’s not limited to girls who prefer dirt to dollhouses. In their eyes, a tomboy is anyone who does their own thing and dresses in any way they want.

We love their reversible swimwear collection of tops, shorts, board shorts, and unisuits made from 80% recycled polyester from plastic bottles. Each piece is fully reversible, so you can switch up your look in seconds.

TomboyX’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Materials in their gender-neutral clothing line include TENCEL™ Modal, OEKO-TEX certified organic cotton, OEKO-TEX certified cotton (non-organic), recycled nylon, and recycled polyester. For most of their underwear, this is blended with 5% spandex.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

TomboyX is a Certified B Corp. They work closely with women-owned ethical factories in the USA, Canada, and China, most of which are certified by the Fair Labor Association and WRAP.

Inclusivity: 

With XS to 6X sizes, they’re an excellent source for plus-size non-binary fashion.

Community & charitable giving: 

TomboyX is passionate about the #humanagenda, meaning they’re passionate about giving back to LGBTQ, women’s rights, and social justice organizations.


3. Plant Faced

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About Plant Faced

Price Range: $12–$116

For non-binary clothing with a streetwear aesthetic, London-based vegan brand Plant Faced offers hats, hoodies, socks, shorts, sweatshirts, accessories, and graphic slogan tees like “Delete Meat” and “Kale ’em With Kindness”, a message we can all get on board with (pun aside!).

We own the latter and get loads of compliments every time we wear it. Plus, it’s super comfortable and easily stretches to fit a huge array of shapes and surves (or lack of).

We also own the unisex Classic Crew Sweater and love how soft and snuggly the organic cotton feels, even after several washes. It’s well-made, so we can see it being our go-to cozy layer for years to come.

Plant Faced Clothing’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Sustainable materials, such as GOTS-certified cotton and recycled polyester (from plastic bottle waste) make up more than 75% of their collection. Designs are printed in the UK using 100% water-based inks.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Garments are made by (mostly) Fair Wear or WRAP-certified manufacturing partners in Bangladesh, Turkey, and Ukraine.

Carbon commitments & green practices

Plant Face is switching to recycled materials for their woven labels, and orders are shipped in recycled paper mailers and boxes printed with water-based inks. Garments are made in small batches to avoid waste. 

Inclusivity: 

They’re also a non-binary owned and operated brand, and offer sizes XS–3XL.

Community & charitable giving: 

For every item sold, a tree is planted via a partnership with Eden Reforestation Projects. They raise awareness and donate to several organizations, including WIRES (Australian Wildlife Rescue Organisation) and Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation.


4. Stella McCartney

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About Stella McCartney

Price Range: $350–$3,300

For designer non-binary clothes that transcend the typical, Stella McCartney is a stand out. The Unisex collection includes sweaters, cardigans, hoodies, jeans, jackets, tops, handbags, and shoes.

With unique items and limited edition partnerships, statement fashion is par for the course as with the Sexy Robot Print Organic Cotton Hoodie from their Stella McCartney + Sorayama limited-edition capsule.

Stella McCartny’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials:

Organic cotton dominates the unisex scene, but you’ll find the occasional other materials, like regenerative cotton, bio-based vegan leather, recycled polyester, recycled nylon, forest-friendly viscose, upcycled deadstock, wool, and BioPuff® insulation.

Supply chain & labor practices:

Ethical Trading Initiative member Stella McCartney works with factories all over the world, including Italy, Poland, Portugal, and Romania. Each product description states the country of origin. Their ETI-compliant Code of Conduct enforces standards regarding wages, working hours and conditions, and prohibition of abuse and force/child labor.

Carbon commitments & green practices: 

To reduce their impact, the sustainable luxury brand reduces water use during manufacturing, avoids the use the most harmful materials like PVC and leather, embraces innovative sustainable materials, and measures the impact of each item. You can read more about their sustainability efforts in their latest impact report.

Their products are designed to last a lifetime and their clothes resale partnership with The RealReal ensures your unwanted SM products find a second home.

Inclusivity:

The Unisex collection sizing runs XXS-XL.

Community & charitable giving:

With an extensive list of charitable partnerships to their name, part of your purchase may help support nonprofits like the ASPCA, H.E.A.R.T., and the Kering Foundation.


5. WILDFANG

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About WILDFANG

Price Range: $38–$218

WILDFANG goes truly wild when it comes to affordable gender-neutral clothing.

The brand is dedicated to inclusivity, offering bold tops, blazers, bottoms, dresses, skirts, coveralls, and button-ups in a wide range of sizes. The Empower Convertible Blazer is a show-stopper, allowing you to zip up the bottom half for a cropped look or leave it out for a professional fit.

WILDFANG’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials:

WILDFANG utilizes various fabrics, including cotton, rayon, polyester, spandex, and other synthetic blends. They state that their manufacturing partners meet the global recycled standard for post consumer recycled content, but we are unsure what materials this applies to.

Supply chain & labor practices:

They provide HSA offerings for all qualifying employees, and manufacturing partners are audited to ensure safe working conditions. We’ll be reaching out for more details, including where their garments are made.

Carbon commitments & green practices: 

WILDFANG is Carbon Neutral Certified. Their production process optimizes fabric usage to reduce textile waste and all orders are shipped in compostable mailers or recyclable boxes.

Inclusivity:

WILDFANG offers inclusive sizes XS–3X and up to 4X in some styles and consider diverse pools of applicants when hiring, host regular team equity workshops, provide mentorship opportunities, and more.

Community & charitable giving:

WILDFANG has contributed over $1 million to countless organizations like ACLU, GIRLS Inc., Planned Parenthood, ProjectQ, Tegan & Sara Foundation, The Trevor Project, and many more. They’ve also taken the 1% PLEDGE and plan to contribute at least 1% of their annual revenue to different organizations. 


6. One DNA

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About One DNA

Price Range: $45–$128

One DNA is an androgynous clothing brand offering a small but curated collection of gender-inclusive basics, including lounge pants, boxers, button-down shirts, tanks, polos, sweaters, and accessories.

Relax in style with loungewear essentials like the Button-up Shirt, available in red, blue, and white pinstripe. Pair it with matching boxers or lounge pants for a casual non-binary outfit.

One DNA’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials:

Many garments are 100% cotton, but you’ll also see 100% mohair sweaters, cotton/acrylic blend crews, and 100% polyester fleece pullovers. Previous collections have included the use of organic cotton.

Supply chain & labor practices:

Products are made in the USA, in small batches in New York City.

Inclusivity:

One DNA is a black and queer-owned business that offers unisex sizes in XS-2XL. Note that some styles only run XS-XL.


7. Olderbrother

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About Olderbrother

Price Range: $95–$550

If boxy fits and natural, muted colors are up your androgynous alley, then Olderbrother is all the family you need. Their clothing—which commonly includes some form of jeans, jackets, “anti-fit” button-down shirts, shorts, and overalls—is released in nature-inspired biannual seasonal collections with names like Found Clay, Pervasive Bloom, and Fermentation.

As big fans of hemp fabric, we’re naturally drawn to the Hemp Big Pocket Hoodie, which features extra-large front pockets and a deadstock 1970s zipper closure—how’s that for attention to sustainable detail!

Visit their Portland store for experiential learning exhibits and installations based on their current collection’s theme. Alternatively, keep an eye out for one of their pop-up shops in major US cities near you.

Olderbrother’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials:

Their non-binary clothing features organic cotton, hemp, wool, linen, woven rice paper, and peace silk. Fabric colors are courtesy of natural dyes using materials like iron oxide, natural plan tannins, herbs, wood bark, hibiscus, madder root, indigo, and fungal enzymes (for vintage denim washing).

Products are finished using up-cycled fabric defects for patchwork details, corozo nut buttons, and beeswax-reinforced panels.

Supply chain & labor practices:

Most products are knitted, dyed, and sewn in California using materials largely sourced from Japan, though some denim products are washed and dyed in Japan.

Carbon commitments & green practices: 

Olderbrother’s seasonal collections do more than provide a unique aesthetic. They’re also designed to work synergistically with the natural world. For example, the 2022 Pollination collection was created in collaboration with California’s Eli’s Bee Company. Through them, the brand owns 16 beehives that are carefully monitored and harvested to optimize bee health and increase biodiversity.

All packaging is biodegradable.

Inclusivity:

Olderbrother offers “universal garments, equally tailored to fit men, women and people” in XXS-XL sizes.


8. Kirrin Finch

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About Kirrin Finch

Price Range: $35–$395

Brooklyn, NY-based Kirrin Finch wants to “do good in this world” through its ethical and sustainable garments that embody dapper designs for formal or casual occasions. 

Whether it’s a wedding or a casual Friday night out, you’ll look great and feel authentic in their non-binary clothing, which includes suits, blazers, pants, shirts, oxfords, and shorts.

Stay stylishly cool in their Linen Long Sleeved Shirt featuring a relaxed fit and nine-button front. Ideal for dressing up or down, it can be layered with a blazer or worn over a tee for a more casual look.

Kirrin Finch’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Kirrin Finch uses mostly natural fibers, like 100% cotton, 100% Italian wool, and a linen/lyocell blend. There’s no mention of their cotton being organic or where the wool is sourced, although they do say they are working to include more sustainable materials, including reprocessed wool and organic shirting materials.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

They’ve spent time scouring the globe for factories that use some of the most ethical and fair labor and manufacturing practices, though they’ve never repsonded to our inquiries on more details.

Carbon commitments & green practices: 

Orders ship in recycled and recyclable EcoEnclose packaging, and the Kirrin Finch Pre-Loved Marketplace helps keep clothing in circulation for longer.

Inclusivity: 

The menswear-inspired androgynous clothing features conscious design—right down to the reduced boob gap on their button-downs. Whether you’re small, tall, or all, they have sizes for you, from 0-24 and 0-28 for their Linen Collection.

Community & charitable giving: 

Kirrin Finch regularly supports various projects aimed at helping LGBTQ communities and women.


9. Big Bud Press

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About Big Bud Press

Price Range: $45–$275

If bold colors and retro vibes are your jam, add Los Angeles-based Big Bud Press to your list of genderless clothing brands.

They have a huge selection of tops (baby tees, bell-sleeved tops, button-ups, camis, halters, polos, tanks, turtle necks, v-necks, wrap tops, crews, and hoodies) and bottoms (action pants, bell bottoms, carpenter jeans, denim, pencil pants, shorts, Western pants, sweatpants, shorts, and trousers) as well as jumpsuits, overalls, jackets, coats, bags, and accessories. 

Their Classic Work Shorts are bestsellers for a good reason. Available in twelve earthy colors (and bubblegum pink), they feature large pockets, heavy-duty stitching, and added elastic at the rear of the high waistband for more flexible sizing.

Big Bud Press’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Most garments are made from domestically grown cotton, some of which is GOTS-certified. Any non-cotton fabrics are made from recycled materials. Fabrics are dyed with non-toxic, low impact dyes and screen-printed using water-based inks. 

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Everything is designed and made in Los Angeles. They visit manufacturing partners at least once a week, but in most cases, daily! They also carry out regular third-party audits.

All fabrics are custom woven and knit in the USA with the knit fabrics produced in the local LA area.

Carbon commitments & green practices:

They use 100% recycled polybags and shipping mailers. 

Inclusivity: 

One of the best gender fluid clothing brands for plus-size folks, Big Bud Press offers the most inclusive size range on this list: XXS-6XL and some in P-7XL. 


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2 thoughts on “9 Non-Binary Fashion Brands For Gender-Neutral Clothing”

  1. A great sustainable and gender neutral brand is The NP Studio (www.thenpstudio.com)

    It’s a new independent streetwear brand with great values and beautiful designs.

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