The off-price retailer Saks Off Fifth has teamed up with The Phluid Project to create a line of gender-fluid apparel, coinciding with Pride Month.
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For Christina McCann, shopping at the mall involves sifting through the women’s and the men’s aisles in search of the perfect outfit.
McCann, who is nonbinary, often starts out by perusing dresses, which tend to be a better fit for a female body type. Then, McCann will shift to the men’s side of a store to pick out more masculine items: combat boots, oversized tees and sweatpants. McCann, who uses the gender-neutral pronoun they, mostly spends time and money on resale apps like Depop, and shopping vintage goods from thrift shops by browsing by size instead of by gender.
“The way that I dress has changed a lot to reflect what I want people to think about my gender,” the 24-year-old retail