Kirrin Finch is the menswear-inspired brand designed for women, trans and nonbinary folks

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Clothing is one way to express identity. Though fashion designs are often still assigned to gender, Kirrin Finch is on a mission to break that all too common theme.

The brainchild of Laura Moffat and Kelly Sanders Moffat, Kirrin Finch brings menswear designs to women, trans and nonbinary people. From long-sleeve button-ups to full-on suits and ties, the brand gives shoppers lots to get excited about.

Plum Plaid Vest, $155

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“As women who tend to gravitate towards button-up shirts and bow ties, we often find ourselves envying the clothes in the men’s section, but are always frustrated because they are not designed to fit a woman’s body,” the site states.

Beyond its sleek suits and comfy chinos, Kirrin Finch’s entire line goes up to a size 3X/24. To showcase the size inclusivity, the brand has an entire page of models with each one of their measurements provided to help you to find your closest “body match” before you start shopping.

Check out a few of the brand’s standout pieces below:

The Windsor Powder Blue Chinos 31-inch Inseam, $120

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Spring is here, and brightening your wardrobe with color is the way to go. These powder blue chinos are perfect for work, but you can also dress them down with a pair of white sneakers and a quick roll of the cuffs for a more casual look.

Parks Long-Sleeve Shirt, $105

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What’s special about the Kirrin Finch shirt is that it accounts for the dreaded bust gap. The shirts have extra buttons, and yes, true to the menswear styles they are inspired by, the buttons are on the right side.

Kirrin Finch is a clear indication that fashion is still having major breakthroughs in reaching and appealing to everyone. Don’t think twice about snagging yourself a sick suit.

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