Today we have a pants post (in that it is all about pants.) I recently wrote a post about gender stereotyping in children's clothes and toys and was delighted to discover Gender Free World, a company that makes gender-free clothing in a variety of colours and styles. They have recently brought out a children's range featuring all sorts of funny and cute designs, which is very exciting. They have generously sent me a pair of their gender-free pants, which I will be reviewing on the blog today.
I found the idea of these pants appealing, as I have always been a fan of 'girl-boxers', I have never been keen on tiny, lacy knickers. I know some people like them, but they are personally not for me. These pants are cut in a way that is extremely comfortable and practical. I wore them as I did my day to day things, running after a one year old, going for a walk and house-hold stuff and they remained comfortable throughout.
As well as being comfy, I am also enjoying the look of the pants. They are available in quite a few colours and this turquoise and purple combination is my favourite. I also love the 'Tom Boi' band going around the top, as I have always loved this element of girl boxers and it is a cute touch. Another cute touch is the little owl label on the front of the band, which you can also find displayed on the little pouch pictured below that the pants came in.