The high street staple has just released a new unisex range called 'Ungendered' - an 8-piece line of cosy, comfy loungewear and minimalistic basics.
But the collection is already causing some controversy on Twitter. While some users have praised Zara for making a "huge step forward for non-binary acceptance," others have criticised the clothing on offer.
was Zara trying to do something groundbreaking with their "ungendered" clothing? it's literally just plain tshirts and sweatpants...
— nate ain't (@n8lien) March 7, 2016
— isobel cully (@drizzobel) March 7, 2016
— Brian Gerald Murphy (@begeem) March 4, 2016
— erin (@erin_cully) March 7, 2016
"Zara has boldly released its first Ungendered clothing line" it's literally just male coded lounge wear
— fay organa d-5 (@magicaIgirI) March 4, 2016
when will we move past this notion that genderless clothing simply = plain t-shirts/sweatpants? why is this "bold"? https://t.co/j5SyO3Z0go
— Tyler Ford (@tywrent) March 4, 2016
— em :-) (@concretegravity) March 4, 2016
@ZARA bbz idk if you know that "ungendered" doesn't mean sloppy
show me "manly" men in dresses
black "feminine" women in suits
SLAY ME PLS
— siv greyson (@SVUTSHF) March 6, 2016
Check out the collection in full below: