Outcome of Unisex Fashion on Male and Female Styles

Outcome of Unisex Fashion on Male and Female Styles.

Unisex Fashion: Flash back to the times when you could notice a lady from a mile away because you didn’t need to see her face as the long female gown and hat made it possible to identify her. 

In today’s world, do you think you would be able to notice a lady from a mile in a major city?


The fashion world has developed so much that it is gradually breaking the gap between male and female styles with the exposure of unisex fashion.

The term “unisex” came to use from the 1960s, it can be stated that unisex clothing made its first appearance in the late nineteenth century, as part of the ‘Victorian dress reform’.

It can also be stated that in the nineteenth century fashionable clothing, which originated in France, returned the supremacy of traditional feminine roles.

About Unisex Fashion 

Unisex clothes are clothing that are designed without a certain gender in mind. Before now, society has dictated that men should dress in one way and women in another.

As frequently seen in schools, trousers and blue are for boys while skirts and pink are for girls. But unisex fashion has put all this aside.

However, for some it represents more than just clothing. Tanmay Saxena, the founder of London-based unisex label LaneFortyfive believes ‘it’s very hard to break the metaphorical walls and create equality in the times we live in.

I have this feeling that unisex clothing is a small but successful way to unfold a line of conversation towards a wide talk about equality’.

The men’s style editor at The Telegraph ‘Stephen Doig’ agrees that it’s a natural progression in a world where, luckily, there’s more acceptance of gender fluency.

Different major brands admit that clothes should care less about gender and pursue this believe by launching certain unisex variety.

This is actually what many believe fashion should be about, as it should be free from judgment and based on individual self-expression.

Outcome on Male and Female Styles

  • Fitness Bands

It is the latest fashion and an accessory that both genders these days are seen wearing. Regardless of the colour of the band, its use is what matters more to the users.

However, the request for this clothing accessory is expanding and has led to almost all tech companies producing their own fitness bands. This firms have designed their bands in such a way that are purely unisex in style.

  • Sweatshirts

This cloth is completely unisex. When you feel like wearing something very comfortable and warm especially during light winters, this piece of cloth is the best option.

A sweatshirt also comes in convenient for workouts and simple track events. Many high school and college students which include boys and girls both, attend daily early-morning lectures in this piece of cloth.

  • The Beanie Hat

This is a different kind of a hat made of woolen material. It is mostly worn for the cold and casually on jeans and t-shirts. Both genders appear ‘in fashion’ when they mix their casual outfit with a woolen hat.

You need to try this outfit to see your ‘cool’ self. This Beanie Hat quenches the separation between male and female styles.

  • T-Shirts

It is true that there are some women t-shirts that men can’t wear, but women can definitely put on men’s tees and step out looking all presumptuous.

Although, oversized tees look beyond cool and cute on both men and women. Men can also wear cool coloured t-shirts like sky blue, peach, baby pink etc. that are usually seen on women.

  • Dungarees

For the fact that Dungarees are old, it recently came into fashion again. A dungaree is also unisex wear that looks good on both gender. What is required is a nice T-shirt.

  • Plain Corporate Shirt

A Plain corporate shirt was initially men’s fashion but lately, women have been rocking events in well-tailored trousers and plain white or black corporate shirts with folded sleeves. And it looks appealing and beautiful on them.

  • Blazers

Just like the shift to plain shirts, there are a lot of  women who put on a rich black blazer which was something that was earlier considered to be a ‘men’s wear’.

Women with blazers carry extraordinary confidence with them and it’s difficult to take your eyes off them. This has led to many women embracing this style of fashion.

What you wear today becomes your style statement, be it a blazer or an oversized t-shirt. Unisex fashion today has extremely developed and reached new heights of designing.


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