This time around, as I embarked on what was essentially another W Concept research project, I decided to focus my investigation on unisex clothing brands. Since it is officially Pride Month, drawing attention to clothing that does not associate with one gender seemed like a good idea. What I love about unisex clothing brands is that no matter how you identify, the clothing being created by the brands ahead is keeping you and your uniqueness in mind. Even though anyone can wear any article of clothing no matter its categorization, the 10 unisex brands ahead are really challenging the status quo in their designs and inclusivity, so we felt they deserved a shoutout on this fine day.
Ahead, check out 10 unisex clothing brands that are blowing our minds right now. If you haven't really spent time exploring this market before, now is your chance. Trust me, there are tons more unisex brands on W Concept (and beyond!) that are worth diving into. Our hope is that this roundup ahead will encourage you to do so.
1. Ader Error
If the cool trench coats from this brand don't get you going, all of the merch-inspired hoodies and even sneakers will. Trust me, there is a lot of great product to explore within this brand.
Hats, sweaters, blazers, and even co-ord sets are inspiring us to branch out of our regular retailer comfort zone ASAP. I mean, how brilliant is the hue of the lime green polo below? And the detail on that blazer makes it an instant must-have.
Calling all minimalists: This one is for you. The muted color palettes and strong tailored silhouettes feel so right for 2019 and beyond. Our personal favorite pieces are the trousers, so be sure to admire a couple below.
This brand is playful and innovative—exactly what a unisex clothing brand should be. We particularly love how Nohant takes something classic like jeans or trench coats and completely reinvents them. The proof is in the products below.
Although the fall and winter pieces really impressed us from this brand, the more breezy summertime pieces definitely caught our eye as well. I mean, who doesn't want a statement T-shirt and lightweight trench to top off their warm-weather wardrobe?
If you ever wanted to be a part of the hype culture, now is your chance. Madmars designs everything from leopard bucket hats to the cool, sometimes pre-worn-looking sweatshirts you could spend months searching for. Take a look at its Instagram and you'll see what we mean.
As an Orange County native, I'm really feeling this brand. Those surfer-y laidback vibes with the skate tees, starchy jackets, and skater pants—there's really not a lot I don't love. I have a feeling you'll agree.