Kidswear line StereoType follows zero gender rules. Hella yes.

5 kids in Stereotype Kids clothing lean against a muraled wall in the dogpatch in SF

Published in 7x7 Magazine

Written by Gail Goldberg

Girls and boys just want to have fun…with their clothes...and they don't give a flying fig about antiquated pink/blue rules. San Francisco designer Elizabeth Brunner knows this all too well, as she's watched and encouraged her girl-boy twins to share their clothes and get creative since they were little. Her new children's capsule collection celebrates kids' individuality and freedom to wear whatever. The eco-conscious and seasonless pieces are fun, comfy, and made for wearing on repeat. Think tees, hoodies, sweats, active skirts, leggings, and baseball hats. The one we wish came adult-sized? The Boombox Blazer.

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