It seems that agender is not just a gender identity, or more correctly a genderless identity, but is also a fashion trend. I like to borrow a term used to describe gender non-conforming kids and apply it to this fashion trend; let’s call it gender creative fashion! Here’s the story from InStyle.co.uk. Continue reading this article by following the link at the bottom of this post…
A study revealed earlier this week that over half of 18-24 year-olds asked in a recent YouGov survey classed themselves as neither straight nor gay, but somewhere in the middle. So it should come as no surprise that fashion is following a similar path, with a flurry of non-gender specific movements that frankly, we can’t get enough of. As someone who doesn’t wear heels, envies my husband’s wardrobe and has a plethora of male style icons (Damon Albarn, David Bowie, Bill Withers in his red roll neck period) I’ve always found it annoying to be bracketed and pigeonholed (no I DO NOT want a pair of pink trainers, thank you). So I’m welcoming ‘agender’ fashion with open arms.
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