Work style denims are truly without gender since being worn by factory workers in the USA in the early 1900's. None more so than the ubiquitous boiler suit. Once crafted in heavy weight durable 3x1 twill indigo denim and brown duck cloth it is now made from lighter weight denims with added style details as a fashion garment for both genders. Likewise the ticking workers jacket originally from the Osh Kosh USA brand is now a must for a denim fashion statement in all kinds of denim.
Work style indigo originated in Japan and China with simple or little detail except for function. Once in padded indigo quilted cotton now in light weight indigo styled like the simple Japanese pyjama. They are truly genderless and more attractive for being so.
Workers aprons; workers bags and simple Asian work jackets have become part of our genderless denim fashion arena. Anything and everything can be and now is made from indigo denim taking inspiration from the past - in this case the old work ethic.