John Lewis have the first genderless/ unisex clothes, no boys or girls labels on children's clothing in order to get rid of gender stereotypes and conditioning in society. Have I become an old bag since buying my holiday home caravan? I don't think the colour babies wear matters and that has changed a lot over the years. I am just not sure re boys in dresses. I know the Scots wear kilts but they were not designed with what we perceive as feminine patterns. I for one do not want to find that the dress that I want to wear is in the laundry because my boyfriend fancied wearing it - when I get one that is. I guess the counter argument is that females wear trousers.