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9 Androgynous Clothing Labels You Should Know

In a perfect world, masculine clothing for a variety of body types would be mainstream. But this is not a perfect world, so we scrounged up nine small companies that are making androgynous fashion that's (relatively) affordable.

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1. Original Tomboy

Original Tomboy is based in Louisville, Kentucky. The fashion line has a comfortable and unique fit that looks good on both women and men. And the brand's prices are a little bit more affordable than most brands in this list -- Original Tomboy shirts are in the $30 range.

2. Androgyny

Androgyny is based in California, and makes solely button-up shirts that are not too form-fitting and don't have darting as women's shirts often do, but are also not too baggy or long, as men's shirts often are. Of course, the shirts are $125 each, minimum. Sigh.


3. Marimacho

Marimacho is a Brooklyn-based creation of an adorable couple who saw a need for masculine clothes that would fit diverse bodies. The best part is the brand's swimsuits -- masculine suits that still cover up the person's chest.



VEEA was created by Vee and A, siblings who saw a personal and global need for androgynous runway fashions for women. VEEA's website says that the collection is "coming soon," so keep your eyes peeled.