Zara joined the gender fluid moment and recently launched a new unisex/transgender clothing line. All of the styles in the collection are shared by both men and women. I'm not sure how I feel about this, but I think it's a big step to support the transgender community. What do you think about this? Would you be cool with sharing the same clothes as your girl/guy friends?
Not really my style, so no. But I think it's a great idea to challenge how clothing manufacturers think of clothes and gender. I see so many people opting to think outside the box when it comes to fashion.
Plenty of women I know like to wear men's clothing, so I think this is kind of nice. The only thing I see wrong with this is how is this going to look on people that aren't super thin?
I think their hearts were in the right place, but they will need to really expand on their options. Right now it looks like anything you can already buy out there. The designs are pretty basic.
All clothes are fucking unisex wtf of course I'd be cool with it. I do think it is progressive for the trans community because it opens the doors for people to think like me. Doesn't mean they have to but now it can start to become more socially acceptable to.
Trangender people wear the clothes of the gender they identify as, androgynouse, and Agender people are the ones who really like Unisex clothes, I like Unisex clothes, but I'm neither of those, but I'd definitely buy it
Ignoring the picture, yes I would. Totally. All the time. Boys' and mens' clothing is so BORING nowadays.
That pic is a joke. It's what would be considered standard men's wear.
AA pushing their leggins as unisex is a little more out there.
Reality is women can wear any absurd thing as long as it flashes her body. Men have very strict and non-overtly-sexual rules of dress.
You decide who is free in this system, easy to vote for neither. THough I'd say women can easily get aware with wearing what guys wear, they may get ignored but probably not attacked for it physically.
Those people look like they're in the 1990s. I personally wouldn't shop there if that's what the clothes look like. I like my pants to be tapered. I hate the feeling of the ends of my pants flapping around when I walk.
Just heard about this yesterday. Checked out the site and all. I was unimpressed. As of now, they only have basic clothing: plain t-shirts, plain sweaters, plain hoodies - in short, nothing really innovative. Unless they somehow sell unique designs you wouldn't have thought of would work for both sexes, then no. Just no. I already buy clothes from the men's section, so nothing about this is new aside from the tag.
This is super ironic, and it shows that whoever's in charge of marketing this effort -- as well as whomever it had to go through before it hit store shelves -- knows NOTHING about the typical tg/ts audience.
I know a decent number of tg/ts individuals, and, when it comes to clothing, ALL of them are VERY much tuned-in to gender labels. In other words, MTF individuals SPECIFICALLY WANT "women's" clothing, and FTM individuals SPECIFICALLY WANT "men's" clothing.
I mean, this is SUPER DUPER ironic, because I'd say this is THE ONE character trait that's common to ALL the tg/ts people I know. Literally, every single last one of them. They find a peculiar kind of comfort in explicit gender labels on things.
So, ironically, this kind of clothing is exactly the kind of thing that the trans community DOES NOT want. Or at least every single trans person I've ever met, anyway.
Sure, I would if I liked the item. :D By the way I just took a look at their unisex collection and I don't like anything from it. All clothes are "too casual" and just baggy. I guess it's just not my taste haha.
Sure when I buy clothes I rarely look at whether it was for mem or women (I explore both areas) so buying something that was actually intended for both males and females will probably not be that different.
A transgender clothing line? I'm confused. I'm transgender so i just wear female clothes. I don't know any other transgirls who don't. This is basically just unisex clothes but don't those already exist?
why would i bother? it seems that they just sell regular clothes i can get at any store XD besides, if i want something from the men's section ill just get something from there, i am a woman so naturally i would like female's clothes and the variety of options but lets face it, men have HOT clothes and can pull off just about anything so i would love to shop from their section if i get the chance anytime soon