The gender binary is so last century. In recent years, important gender-related issues from the rights of transgender people to feel safe and respected to athletic participation of trans and gender diverse people have highlighted the need for a shift in thinking. As traditional gender roles are evolving, and more and more people learn and accept that not everyone fits into the boxes of “man” and “woman”, so too are industries beginning to cater for the entire spectrum of beautiful gender-diverse humans we share our spaces with! One challenge facing people who fall outside the gender binary is finding clothes that help them feel good in their skin. Coupled with sourcing sustainable brands that treat our fellow humans, animals, and the planet right, it can seem near impossible to overcome this hurdle! And while the world still has a lot of catching up to do, thankfully there is a selection of ‘Good’ and ‘Great’ rated fashion brands creating sustainable gender inclusive, non-binary, unisex clothing for every body. Even if you identify as a man or woman and just prefer a neutral look, these sustainable gender neutral brands are for you, too!
23 Sustainable Gender Neutral Brands and Gender Inclusive Clothing for Every Body
ARIELLE is a conscious collective focussed on sustainable textiles and domestic manufacturing. These hickory striped overalls are a unisex essential for every hot-blooded human, being truly timeless, seasonless, and genderless! They are made with fair trade from GOTS certified organic cotton. ARIELLE carries a size range of XS-L.
nu-in is a European brand that features activewear, loungewear, and underwear collections, as well as trend-led men's and women's ranges. It prioritises the planet by using a high proportion of eco-friendly materials, and reuses offcuts to minimise textile waste. The brand is inclusively sized, and features an extended sizing range up to 6XL!
tonlé is working to disrupt the gender binarism in the fashion industry. It has partnered with Christopher, aka The Plant Kween, to bring you this stunning gender-inclusive line that allows fashion to be a form of self-expression and joy for the team making these pieces, and for the community wearing them. The pieces are, as ever, made zero waste with reclaimed materials. We’re loving this snuggly cardigan sweater that would look cute on everyone! The entire range is inclusively sized from XS-3XL.
ASKET has been creating timeless wardrobe essentials since 2015 with revolutionary sizing and fair pricing. The brand disregards seasonal collections, cuts out all the middlemen, and only sells directly to you—putting its entire focus on building a single permanent collection. While it might appear to be a men’s brand at first glance, the clothing is not gendered and is available in 15 sizes, so chances are you’ll find something to fit you! The classic Oxford Shirt in white is a wardrobe staple for everyone.
Unrecorded is an independent clothing brand from the Netherlands that represents a new wave of unisex brands that are rebelling against the nature of fast fashion. Unrecorded is passionate about style, and produces apparel using eco-friendly materials. Its range includes items that are all year round essentials suitable for any wardrobe, available in sizes XS-2XL.
One of sustainable French brand caur’s six core values is gender neutrality. It says “The goal is not to erase gender, but to reduce the impact of gender stereotypes that accompany gender labels.” Couldn’t have said it better ourselves! These gender- and size-inclusive olive bike shorts are made from recycled nylon ECONYL, and have us feeling some kind of way. Find them in sizes 2XS-2XL.
A member of the Ethical Trading Initiative and Sustainable Apparel Coalition, Stella McCartney has set some excellent environmental standards across the luxury fashion industry. The recent unisex capsule collection is a youthful, genderless exploration of a collective linked by utilitarian styles and activist values. Find the collection in sizes 2XS-XL.
Harvest & Mill pieces are grown, milled, and sewn exclusively in the US, supporting American organic cotton farmers and local sewing communities. The brand makes socks for men and women, always ensuring they are not dyed or bleached, greatly reducing the use of water, energy, and dye materials. Even better, by cultivating different varieties of cotton, the brand is able to bolster biodiversity, which is essential for ensuring healthy ecosystems and keeping our planet resilient in the face of climate change. Neat!
Triarchy creates eco-friendly jeans, skirts, jumpsuits, and jackets using a Tencel cotton blend. The brand’s production system uses 85% recycled water by consistently reusing the ‘thick indigo laden sludge’ that unmonitored factories dump into water systems. This unisex indigo fringe jacket is a total show stopper, made from reclaimed vintage denim! It’s available in sizes XS-XL.
Afends is a Byron Bay based fashion brand leading the way in organic hemp fashion, using renewable energy in its supply chain to reduce its climate impact. It has an extensive unisex collection that is “breaking down the barriers between men and women’s clothing by just making clothing for the people.” Afends believes a sustainable future in fashion is one that is equal and free of gender norms. Love that! You can find the full range in sizes XS-XL.
Malaika New York is a minimalistic sustainable clothing brand with a focus on zero waste clothing and accessories. The US-based brand aims to eliminate fashion’s harmful environmental effects by utilizing minimal or zero waste patterns, while maximizing wearability by producing luxe-quality, contemporary garments that make a statement now and into the future. Find most garments in sizes S to L.
Streetwear without sweatshops, that’s the motto of this 100% plant-based, ethical, eco-friendly, and cruelty-free streetwear apparel brand. The entire range is gender neutral, like this classic Plant Life long sleeve made from 100% organic cotton, and 100% guaranteed to look great on you, no matter your gender! Sizes XS-2XL are available.
Dutch denim brand MUD Jeans is all about sustainability. Not only does it offer a repair service, but it also provides a rental service where you can lease a pair of jeans for up to a year! MUD Jeans uses a combination of GOTS certified organic cotton and post-consumer recycled cotton. These workwear inspired unisex jeans feature a loose fit, hammer loop, and utility pocket. Find them in sizes W27 L30-W38 L34.
If you’re the kind of person who likes to wear their morals, look no further. Not only is a tree planted every time you purchase a NIKIN product, you also get to show your tree pride! Most of the brand’s products are unisex, like this cool ‘n’ comfy organic cotton and recycled PET green hoodie. Products are available in sizes XS-XL.
éclipse creates climate control UPF 50+ clothing essentials and accessories. This one-size-fits-most unisex UV protected cover-up hoodie will keep you cool and sunburn free in wet or dry weather—because everyone needs to be sunsafe! Products are stocked in sizes S-XL.
More and more new parents are deciding to let their little ones discover their gender in their own time, opting for neutral pronouns and names from the beginning. Thankfully, a lot of kids clothing is easy to fit on any tot, but this brand provides eco-friendly options like with this kids organic cotton whale t-shirt! Little Emperor creates unique, functional, and hard-wearing clothing for children. Its affordable clothing is all made from environmentally friendly organic cotton, with every garment designed in Sydney and made in a Sedex-approved factory ensuring living wages and safe working conditions for workers. Find ‘fits for kids aged 2-8 years.
O My Bag merges style and a responsible approach, creating vintage inspired, rugged-chic bags made from eco-friendly, high quality materials. The label also uses low impact and non-toxic dyes in its products. Anyone can (and should) rock this sustainable bum bag around their waist or over their shoulder for a level-up to their look! Vegans note this is a leather product, but you can find plenty of other ethical fanny packs out there.
NAE is a Portuguese footwear brand using innovative materials to create shoes with “No Animal Exploitation”. Its sustainable shoe materials include recycled PET from bottles, OEKO-TEX® certified microfibres, recycled car tyres, natural cork, recycled thermoplastic, and even pineapple leaf fibre! The brand has a whole host of sustainable unisex footwear options, including these organic cotton lace up vegan boots which we genuinely can’t get enough of. Find them in US sizes 4.5-12.
Every piece of ARTICLE22 jewellery is locally handcrafted in Laos using recycled materials from Vietnam War bombs, plane parts, military hardware, and other aluminium scraps. The brand embodies the innovation that the fashion industry needs more of—using recycled materials to produce beautiful globally-marketable products, while equipping locals artisans with new skill sets and providing them with a sustainable source of income. Thankfully jewellery is one of those things that is often gender neutral by default! The range is available in sizes S-XL, which means you can likely fit whatever piece calls to you. We love the classic upcycled bangle engraved with “DROPPED + MADE IN LAOS”.
New York brand Kirrin Finch produces eco-conscious, menswear-inspired button-ups and bowties. Its androgynous fashion is fit for a range of femme and non-binary bodies, available in inclusive sizes US 0-24. This classic cotton flanno (as we say in Australia) is quilted and is the perfect cozy piece for layering.
Based in Hong Kong, AndAll is a gender-free shirt brand featuring modern prints made for all. It uses a high proportion of eco-friendly materials including Tencel, and reduces its climate impact by using renewable energy in its supply chain! We love the Digital Oxford Shirt which looks great on any body and comes in 4 modern black-on-white prints. The range is inclusively sized from 1-7, with instructions on measuring yourself for the perfect fit.
Feature image via Afends, all other images via brands mentioned. Good On You publishes the world's most comprehensive ratings of fashion brands’ impact on people, the planet and animals. Use the Directory to search more than 3,000 brands. To support our work, we may earn a commission on sales made using our offer codes or affiliate links. This article lists brands rated ‘Good’ and ‘Great’ by Good On You’s comprehensive sustainability ratings system—and because highly rated gender-inclusive brands are difficult to source, we may have also included ‘It’s A Start’ brands in case they better meet your needs.