Bright & FUN: A Gender-Neutral Capsule Wardrobe For Kids


I’m back with our third kids’ capsule wardrobe of the season. Just in time for back-to-school and fall. Some of you guys noticed that we try to make our capsule wardrobes gender-neutral and this one is no different. With bright colors and fun graphics, there’s something for every kid here. (I personally wish this sweatsuit came in my size.) 

Just in time for back-to-school & fall, our 3rd kids' capsule wardrobe of the season is gender-neutral, bright & fun. Styled for him, her or them.

Top Row: denim jacket (darker wash here) | button up shirt | grey hi-tops | orange sneakers

2nd Row: grey hoodie | orange zip-up | california hoodie

3rd Row: ringer tee | grey tee (similar) | black tee

Bottom Row: shorts (sold out in turquoise, available in lots of colors) | light denim shorts | grey leggings | jeans | cargo pants (similar)

Shop The Gender-Neutral Kids’ Capsule Wardrobe




  1. Thank you for all of the amazing content! I am a Mom Edit FAN (have been for years). All-gender or gender-inclusive is the way you want to go here. We don’t want to neutralize anyone’s gender…

  2. Thank you for posting gender neutral options! We like to give our daughter options and it often seems that the boys section has way more fun items (hiking, exploring!) vs the girls (kittens, sparkles).

  3. Please continue with the gender-inclusive kids’ clothes! My 3yo son and 4.5yo daughter are the same size so I prefer to just buy clothes they can both wear and I’m always looking for good ones.

  4. My fast-growing daughter wanted a new flannel shirt for chilly fall days. We went to a national chain store known for quality and affordable kids’ clothing, and she happily bound to the girls’ section. Then the resigned look I’d seen before came over her, because she knew we were off to the boys’ part of the store next. There were no flannel shirts for girls. thanks to the mom edit”for sharing this post and To eliminate gender differences.

Leave a Reply