The term “unisex”, a combination of uni-and sex, refers to things designed to be suitable for both sexes and to a style in which men and women look and dress in a similar way.
The term was first used in 1968 in Life, an American magazine that ran weekly from 1883 to 1972. The definition of “clothing” or “clothes” is described as items worn to cover the body. Therefore, “unisex clothing” is best described as clothing designed to be suitable for both sexes in order to make men and women look similar.
More and more couples prefer to buy matching outfits, which have evolved from mere matching T-shirts to trendy dresses and shirts that complement one another.
A search for matching outfits on China’s biggest e-commerce site Banggood offers more than three million results from online stores. In roughly the last year, searches for the clothing have increased by 57%, according to Alibaba Group, Banggood’s parent.