Gender Neutral Clothing: The Future for Fashion?

Lots of parents are choosing to steer clear of the traditional blues and pinks popular in children’s fashion and the baby market in particular. We’re seeing existing brands embracing gender neutral collections as well as lots of new brands popping up dedicated specifically to unisex and gender-neutral clothing. We’ve pulled together our favourite gender-neutral pieces to inspire you, from an array of brands both big and small. What do you think? Is this really the end of pink and blue?

Little Legend Bodysuit, My 1st Years

Babies Unisex Hedgehog T-Shirt – Long Sleeve, Tommy and Lottie

Little Bird by Jools Rainbow Cuff Roll Neck Jumper, Mothercare

My K Bunny Hoody, Mothercare

Kid Elly Tennis, Bensimon

Tinycottons Light Pink and Carmine Dots Sweater, AlexandAlexa

Indikidual Yellow Banana Zip Off Sleeves Coat, AlexandAlexa

Reima Summer Green Vesi Raincoat, AlexandAlexa

MAKI Raglan Sleeve T-shirt/Sun, Tootsa

Grey Milk Sweatshirt, Organic Zoo

House Knee Slim Fit Leggings, Turtledove London

Forest Short Sleeve T-Shirt, Bobo Chooses

Kite My First Cardigan, House of Frasier

Harlequin Trousers, Waddler

Malibu – Organic Cotton Stripe Sun Rise Intarsia Kids Cardigan – Rainbow, The Bonnie Mob

Pig Pen Tee, Tobias & The Bear

Book SS18, Bang Bang CPH

Pico Jacket, Mini Rodini

Scamp and Dude Mask and Bolt Chilled Out Leggings, Liberty London

The Classic Sweatshirt Hashtag, Gardener and the Gang

Colourful Kids Jeans, Polarn O.Pyret

Criss Cross Child & Baby Leggings, Fred and Noah

Calf Print Hoodie, Calf and Co

Polka Animated Triangles Long Sleeved T-Shirt, Shapes of Things

About The Author

Christina Walter
Product Features Editor & Blogger

Christina Walter is our product features editor and researcher here at My Baba. She's Ellie's sister, and mum to 4 year old George, and 2 year old Maisie. Besides finding and testing out the latest products and reporting back to our readers in the shape of My Baba's awesome product feature columns, Christina shares her amusing day-to-day experiences of family life.

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