Gender-neutral clothing certainly isn't new, but it's definitely having a moment in the fashion world.
From steetwear to high fashion, brands from all over are blurring gender lines. Earlier this year, Jaden Smith made headlines when he posed in a skirt for Louis Vuitton's new line, Zara introduced its "Ungendered" clothing line (to mixed reviews), and last year U.K. department store Selfridges began a "genderless shopping experience" that featured a shopping space without gendered marketing, called "Agender."
Following the strides toward gender inclusivity in fashion, four people decided to eschew gender norms, embrace the fluidity of individual identities and try gender-neutral clothing on for size.
Check it all out in the HuffPost Originals video above.