Do fashion items have a gender?

You may have noticed that all our items are listed as unisex. Good! Labeling fashion items as being specifically for one gender can perpetuate gender bias and restrict humans from expressing themselves through fashion. Fashion is often categorized as either masculine or feminine, with certain styles and colors being associated with each gender. However, this binary system ignores the fact that gender is a spectrum and people may identify outside of the traditional gender binary.

By labeling certain items of clothing as only for one gender, it reinforces the idea that certain styles and colors are inherently "masculine" or "feminine" and reinforces the gender binary. This can make it difficult for people who don't conform to traditional gender norms to find clothing that feels comfortable and represents their identity.

In recent years, there has been a push towards gender-neutral fashion, where clothing is designed to be inclusive of all genders. This approach can help to break down gender stereotypes and create more options for people who may not fit into traditional gender categories. By promoting gender-neutral fashion, we can help to create a more inclusive and accepting society where people are free to express themselves without being restricted by traditional gender norms. Does this mean products without color and fantasy? Certainly not! This means you can live in color without being restricted by a label.

Our conclusion: Everyone should feel free to wear what they want. Fashion items have no gender.

- Team LaLu

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