Lines Between Men’s And Women’s Fashion Are Blurring As More Retailers Embrace Gender-Fluid Style

There are more and more consumers who are seeking gender-neutral apparel. And retailers want to meet that demand. Gender-neutral brands — such as Les Girls Les Boys and Tomboy X — are marketed as options for everyone. The brands attempt to disregard traditional gender constructs and labels. Gender-inclusive clothing, which is mostly found on websites as unisex, can range from basic T-shirts and jackets, to dresses and skirts, for all body types. Several initiatives are kicking off in June in honor of Pride Month, further testing the waters. But analysts and fashion experts say the gender-fluid fashion trend is here to stay. Read more at CNBC.