5 Adorable Gender Neutral Baby & Kids Clothing Brands For Every Budget

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It’s not hard to find gender-neutral baby clothing in NB or 0-3mo size. But beyond that, it seems like the majority of kid’s clothing brands assume parents have assigned their child a gender, leaving parents (and children) with no other option than to purchase something that’s stereotypically feminine or masculine.

If your child isn’t into sparkles or monster trucks and is trying to figure out what they do like, choices can be limited. There’s still a long way to go, but new clothing lines that include gender-neutral options are popping up everywhere. Because of this, more and more established brands are starting to do the same, which means parents won’t have to pay an unnecessary premium to have this option.

Someday, hopefully sooner rather than later, there won’t need to be special lists to help parents find gender-neutral options. But for now, here are a few brands that carry unisex baby and kid’s clothing that will still leave your little one looking cute as ever (in clothes they will actually feel comfortable in).

1. León & Bird

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León & Bird is a certified ethical and vegan kids clothing brand that has a colorful array of rompers and what they’ve dubbed “romperoos”. The romperoo’s unique design features a “magic stretchy neck” that helps you slip the one-piece on your little one easy peasy. That’s right — no more struggling with buttons, zippers, or snaps. Just slip on and go! Every romperoo is made from organic cotton so it’s also sensory-friendly and perfect for the extra-sensitive kiddo.

León & Bird’s current line has a ton of fun designs including their Sprinkle Galaxy collection which features illustrations of astronauts, rockets, shooting stars, and fairy bread. Our personal favorite? The Goldie and Quentin Astronaut Organic Romper! Sizes go from 6mos-36mos and each romperoo costs $49.95.

Check out León & Bird’s entire line on their website here.

2. Miles Baby & Miles Child


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Miles Baby and Miles Child offer clothing options from 3mo to (little kid) size 7. The brand has an assortment of options that include unisex, girls, and boys, but honestly, most of the clothes that are categorized as “boys” or “girls” can be worn no matter the child’s gender identity. Prices range from about $25 to around $65, but with it being a small company everything is made from quality materials.


RAGS has a bunch of adorable rompers (short sleeve, tanks, and long sleeves) for babies, toddlers, and little kids. The rompers retail for around $50 each, which is a great value when you consider that they are a complete outfit.

Bonus, the company is run by a woman who started it from her parents’ basement.

4. Stella McCartney


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Everything about Stella McCartney’s unisex clothing is freaking adorable and sizes range from 3mo to 14 years+. The pieces are full of bright colors, fun phrases, and have a casual design that’s perfect for playing.

This is Stella McCartney, though, so there’s a bit of a premium (prices range drastically, but average somewhere between $50-$100), however, there are always great sales so if this is more than you’d normally pay, you can still snag something at a great price.

5. Sol Angeles


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Sol Angeles has unisex (in addition to boys and girls) options ranging from 3mo to kid’s size 14. The brand, in general, has a laid-back vibe, and kid’s clothes include tee-shirts, hoodies, and sweats. Each piece ranges from around $40-$70 (but they also have some great sales). The company is run out of LA by a husband and wife who have kids of their own (so they know what kind of quality parents are looking for).


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Ashley Ziegler
Aside from being a writer, Ashley is a mom of two girls and a wife to a passionate public school administrator. When she does have free time (cue laughter from working moms everywhere) she loves going to hot yoga classes, watching anything on Netflix that isn't a cartoon, and weaving her way through every aisle of Target while listening to one of her favorite podcasts.