Gender Neutral Clothing Brands To Try Out 2024

Gender-neutral clothing is becoming more and more popular in 2024, and some brands stand out as go-to’s for fashion enthusiasts.

Here’s my selection of some of the best brands you should look out for:


With the slogan, “Not for you, for everyone”, Telfar embodies simplicity. This American brand focuses on community, inclusivity, and comfortable unisex designs that have taken TikTok by storm. Telfar is a black-owned business known for its cute and timeless silhouette. Founded by Liberian-descended American fashion designer Telfar Clemens, this brand is known for its signature “T” logo, and vegan leather bags. Their tote bags are the most popular, but they also produce unisex apparel and shoes bearing the brand logo.

It has been praised as an it-bag and one of the decade’s most important accessories by Dazed, with it selling out within minutes on every restock.

Check out Telfar’s website here.


Supposedly, Pangaia’s sweats have reached cult status.

Known as the lockdown’s “It” outfit, Pangaia’s sustainable, unisex clothing and materials set it apart from other fashion brands. They use recycled plastic bottles to make their clothing, as well as seaweed-based fibers and organic cotton. 

You can spot natural dyes in their clothing, which reduce harmful chemicals released into our world while manufacturing their clothing.

Check out their website here.


TomboyX offers a wide range of sizes, from XS to 4X, with its clothing designed to fit all body types, including those who are gender non-conforming or transgender. Their slogan is “We Fit You”, after all!

Their products are also designed to be comfortable and functional, with features such as no-roll waistbands and moisture-wicking fabric.

They use eco-friendly materials such as organic cotton, bamboo, and recycled polyester in their clothing and have implemented sustainable practices throughout their supply chain.

Check out their website here.


Wildfang is the brainchild of former Nike employees Emma Mcilroy, Taralyn Thuot, and Julia Parsley. On top of being climate-neutral certified, Wildfang makes gender-inclusive clothes for people who don’t fit into traditional men’s sizing but also don’t feel comfortable in feminine cuts.

Check out their website here.

Origami Customs

Based in Montreal, Canada, Origami customs are favored by all gender identities, as they provide gender-affirming lingerie, swimwear, and other apparel. All of their pieces are handmade and customizable, and they even alter them for free if you need to!

Founder Rae Hill considers that the genderless identity needs not to be restrained to an androgynous middle ground, the common approach taken by reductionist fashion towards it. She identifies as queer, trans and non-binary.

Check out their website here.