Today is International Nonbinary People’s Day, and since there’s not one way to do genderless or gender expansive fashion, we asked 3 of our favs to share how they define style. Scroll for some cool streetwear, vintage finds, and pops of color that will give you major closet inspo beyond the binary.


“I love every style and can’t stick to just one. You can see me wearing an all pink, frilly outfit one day, the next day a black-and-white emo look, and the next a full rainbow clown outfit. It’s like when you play a video game and you get to customize your character. You can make it look however you want.” — Sonia Lazo (they/them), tattoo artist & illustrator

Get the look: Lutra Jump top + skirt (note: you need an account to shop), Lutra Jump socksSan Diego Hat Company beretCider sunglassesUniqlo crop topFever fishnet glovesSoft Treasure shoes8th Sin Creations chokerDayleigh Words earrings


“My style is a mix of modern, vintage, and historical. I love sewing my own clothes because it gives me the freedom to adapt historical styles to modern fabric and finishings. Clothing has always been a way that people show participation in social constructs as well as the time and place they’re in. I could be someone from Tang Dynasty China, someone from Victorian England, or my personal favorite, a mix of various time periods.” —Ora Lin (they/them), designer

Get the look: J.Crew Factory button-upBP. corset topThaluta skirtNorthern Minimal earringsMemery boots (Psst: If you’re crafty, Ora also has sewing tutorials for some of their items on YouTube.)


“I’m very much inspired by the ’70s, and I typically find the best ’70s clothes at thrift stores in Los Angeles. My favorite is SquaresVille Vintage in Los Feliz. I also try to implement my personal style into my character Bobbie on Rutherford Falls since it makes me feel confident in real life and on set.” —Jesse Leigh (they/them), actor

Get the look: Nike AF1sBrooks Brothers terry poloLee corduroy pantsChan Luu pearl necklaceMadewell pearl pendant necklace