In a time that champions self-expression, assigning blue and pink onesies to babies at birth feels a bit dated. As we move away from the idea that action figures are only for boys and tutus for girls, the loosening of gender stereotypes calls for children’s clothing brands to follow suit.

Until recently, companies weren’t paying much attention to creating unisex garb, with most of them clinging to the traditional roles that clothes often play. And while certain little girls may always gravitate toward frilly frocks, it’s time to make space for the ones who prefer a sporty tracksuit or slouchy sweats. And the same goes for little boys—if he’s pulled towards shades of peach and blush, it’s time to offer a wider spectrum of options.

Luckily, a new crop of gender-neutral baby clothes brands are making it easier for parents and kids alike to choose according to style (not conventions). The best part? The clothing and accessories are thoughtfully crafted (often made with sustainably sourced or organic materials), and durable enough to stand the test of playtime or be passed down to younger siblings or friends regardless of gender. Scroll down for our roundup of some of the best kids’ clothing brands to shop now.

Petit Bateau: A French Classic That Never Gets Old

You may remember this classic French line from your own youth, which proves how truly timeless it is. Established in 1893, this legacy brand has continued to be a beloved choice among moms both stateside and abroad for its sweet styles that feel Parisian to the core. Unisex sherpa vests, fair isle jumpsuits and quilted cardigans join the brand’s iconic striped onesie as the ultimate go-to baby gift for a newborn boy or girl. Mais oui.


Primary: Vibrant Clothes For A Colorful Life

With a focus onyou guessed it—bold, primary hues, this company is built around the idea that boys and girls should not be relegated to traditional gender-based colors, and that quality shouldn’t come at a cost. The mission is to create a slogan-free brand that’s soft, sustainable and fun to boot. We love the pajama section which promotes family unity through matching sleep sets (there’s even one for pup). Whether you’re feeling the kelly green, cherry red or rainbow—everyone here celebrates his or her color of choice.


Nununu: For The Kid Who Walks To His Own Beat

Stars, skulls and ninjas are cornerstones of Nununu’s versatile loungewear. Highly mix-n-matchable harem pants and zip-up hoodies have a rocker edge that will give your child a stylish leg up on the playground. This unisex fuzzy rainbow sweatshirt is a cozy choice for playful winter afternoons.


Mon Coeur: Sustainable Separates

Made in Portugal, Mon Coeur’s commitment to sustainability and zero waste feels unparalleled. With most of the clothing spun from reclaimed organic cotton fiber, woven labels and decorative embroideries incorporated are crafted from up-cycled plastic bottles, while zippers come from post-consumer recycled yarns. And the look of the line is pure eco-hip (think: patch-stamped hoodies and “Earth Loving” denim that siblings can freely share).


Mini Rodini: The Cool Kid Brand Even Parents Covet

This whimsical Swedish kids’ collection is the fashion darling of hipster parents all over the world. With an emphasis on funky prints and playful layering, children are encouraged to get creative when choosing his or her own outfit. Unisex standouts come in the form of faux fur aviators, UFO sweatshirts and terry tracksuits that are all so cool, you’ll want everything in your size.


Bobo Choses: Bright, Bold And Style-Forward

Hipster parents (and kids) flock to this eternally cool brand from Barcelona that offers everything from bold printed confetti jumpers to quilted jogging pants with tons of unisex accessories in the mix (including belt pouches and bucket hats adorned with fun sayings). Known for using loud colors and lots of it, Bobo Choses is the ultimate go-to for fun family photo shoots and making a splash at gatherings. Added bonus: Grownups can get in on the action with the line’s equally stylish adult collection.


Finn And Emma: Adorable Unisex Prints

While there are traditional boy and girl sections on their site, non-conforming parents will love Finn and Emma’s devoted “Gender Neutral” baby section for its jungle prints, graphic tees and buttery cuffed leggings. The line is frill-free but not basic, meaning there’s a silly saying for every mood. We also love the array of playful little masks—a mark of a modern brand.


Nico Nico: Timeless Style Meets Comfort

Designed and produced in downtown Los Angeles, Nico Nico is the brand SoCal moms turn to for its heavenly muted palette, free-flowing forms and next-level comfort for little ones who are eager to play. Known for gender-neutral basics like harem pants and wooly pullovers, this is a collection that truly speaks to parents who prioritize style as much as ease. And with dreamy shades like Thyme, Avocado and Thunder, it’s easy to get swept up into the brand’s little magical world.  


Bash + Sass: Clothing With A Social Conscience

Minimalist moms will flip for this neutral line of comfy playwear. Each new collection focuses on a “monster with a meaning” that embodies a social value that resonates with the brand’s core. Whether the theme is Boom, a monster who exudes confidence or Bae, a superhero with empathy, these clothes are not only playful enough for the park, but an opportunity to talk to your little one about feelings and emotions.


Lali: A Heritage Brand

Lali, which means “Little Darling” in Hindi, reflects the designer’s Indian upbringing, with inspiration pulled from bright silk saris and fabric shops. The brand’s current season’s autumnal palette in shades like evergreen and chestnut feel perfectly at place in boys’ and girls’ closets alike. We love the reversible cabin quilted jackets and patchwork pants for pending chilly holiday park strolls.


Omamimini: California Cool With A Wintry Twist

Quilted puffy vests and corduroy dungarees are mainstays of this LA-centric brand that fuses Hollywood glam with Topanga Canyon chill. Tiny boys and girls alike will look Cali-cool in its dotted sweatshirts and plaid harem pants perfect for toddling around town. Older kids can layer work shirts or terry hooded jackets over tees in chillier months while a quilted bucket hat is a stand out accessory for kids fostering his or her own style from the get-go.


Moi Noi: Sporty With A Creative Spin

Sure, mini basketball jerseys are cute, but Turkish brand Moi Noi celebrates the sporty child in a whole new way. Asymmetric tracksuits, plaid button downs and diagonal zip bodysuits will summon both boys and girls to their favorite area of play (be it tree climbing, skateboarding or scaling the rock wall on the playground).


Monica And Andy: Classic, Cozy Styles

Conceived in the delivery room when the brand’s founder was determined to create the safest fabrics for her newborn daughter, this collection is both organic and GOTS-certified. Along with the snuggly “groove pants” and basic hoodies, we can’t get enough of the unisex grandpa cardigan which feels like a true throwback. Pair it with the brand’s Brooklyn skinnies when you want baby to represent the best of what’s old and new.


Lovely Littles: Neutrals That Are Far From Boring

Choosing a pink or blue onesie for a friend’s newborn is a thing of the past, with Lovely Littles’ gorgeous dusty palette of rust, oatmeal, slate and bone. This sustainable collection includes everything from ribbed hats in cider shades to leggings in ditsy floral prints. Tiny bloomers and bonnets round out the collection for one-stop gender-neutral baby gifting.