Here Are Our Favorite Unisex Clothing Lines You Can Rock this Pride Month

As fashion becomes less concerned with conforming to traditional gender structures with every season, we’ve recently seen many brands adopt a one-line-fits-all approach. As a result, there are a number of key pieces we’ve had our eye on that you’ll find in both the Him and Her sections of your favorite online retailers.

It being Pride month, what better time to share with you our favorite products from three brands championing inclusivity — Acne Studios, Bananatime and C2H4. As well as providing options for those who don’t identify with traditional gender norms, these pieces have appeal for the entire spectrum, tapping into some of this season’s key trends with oversized jackets and sweatshirts, wide leg pants and monochrome workwear.

Learn more about the lines, then cop your favorite pieces below. And don’t forget to keep an eye on our dedicated Pride Month Hub for more product curations championing diversity and tailored to the LGBT+ community.

Acne Studios chose a same-sex black couple to model their AW17 campaign, and one year on their unisex clothing lines — which feature a signature face motif — are back with the family of Canadian couple Tasha Tilberg and Laura Wilson as its face. Our favorite pieces from the Swedish brand are as versatile as they are inclusive, with reversible bombers and anoraks in bright colors, plus oversized hoodies and characteristic slogan sweats.

Introducing the #AcneStudios face motif Fall/Winter 2018 campaign. Capturing the spirit of Tasha Tilberg’s family with her wife Laura Wilson and their six years old twins, Bowie and Gray, at their home in British Columbia, Canada. Shot by Craig McDean.

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You might remember us featuring an extended range of Bananatime’s summer must-cops last month. The Amsterdam-based brand’s silk, unisex pants will feel as comfortable on your skin as they make you feel in your skin, with a variety of cool prints and patterns that don’t discriminate when it comes to who’s wearing.

Blue Thursdays 🍌💙MY BANANATIME 💙 #mybananatime #bananatime #unisexfashion #everydayluxury #traveller Photo by @debijenkorf

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Beloved by one street style icon who’s known to stray from fashion’s pronouns, Jaden Smith, C2H4’s brand ethos is as forward-thinking as its clothes are futuristic. The chemistry obsessive label’s monochromatic workwear includes tees, shirts and utility vests inspired by the year 2082, and intended to be worn by everyone.

C2H4® “WORKWEAR” ©2018 for @chemistcreations Lookbook 🔬

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For more Pride Month content, check out our round-up of rainbow-colored sneakers.

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