Genderless Unisex Fashion is on the Rise more than Ever

According to Stylight and Lyst, two search engines dedicated to fashion, the genderless style is more fashionable than ever at the end of 2021, foreshadowing an even greater success in 2022.

As 2021 draws to a close, Stylight and Lyst, who claim 120 million and 150 million users respectively, take stock of the fashion trends that marked the year. It appears in particular that pieces that can be integrated into a female as well as a male wardrobe have experienced a significant resurgence of interest. The sleeveless sweater saw its internet searches increase 53% from a year ago, according to Stylight, and the varsity bomber jacket by 93%, according to Lyst.

Men adopt the choker necklace

As Marie Claire reports, wide pants, whether flare jeans, cargo pants or oversized joggers, have also aroused the interest of consumers. But the genderless style is not just about adopting more masculine clothes in a feminine wardrobe. Conversely, pieces formerly reserved for women are now popular with men such as the choker, this large choker necklace. Worn by androgynous-looking stars like Harry Styles, it had a 317% search boost on the Stylight engine compared to 2020!

Whether it is called genderless, no gender, unisex or even non-gender, this style should occupy more space on the fashion scene in 2022. The opportunity to shed dress codes and really have fun with your clothes and accessories.

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According to Stylight and Lyst, two search engines dedicated to fashion, the genderless style is more fashionable than ever at the end of 2021, foreshadowing an even greater success in 2022.

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