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Forget “boyfriend jeans.” According to Zara‘s new Ungendered clothing line, that loose-fitting denim you love to wear on the weekend is now simply known as “jeans.” Refreshing, right?

This week, the fast-fashion giant launched a unisex clothing line under TRF, the company’s young, hip label. Clothes for human beings, not based on gender or preconceived stereotypes of any kind.

Altering the fashion landscape is something Zara has been working at for years now, mimicking expensive runway fashion, and making it instantly available to the masses for a fraction of the price.

The new 16-item collection consists of comfortable, cotton and cotton-blend basics, like Heather grey hoodies (yes, please), drawstring Bermuda shorts (we are obsessed), long-sleeved crewneck tops (so handy), and easy-to-layer tanks (can you ever really have enough?).

Price points for the line are ultra competitive, too. All 16 pieces are under $50, and available both online and in stores.

While Zara’s Ungendered line isn’t earth shatteringly original (brands like American Apparel have offered androgynous pieces for years now), it is impressive to see a massive global corporation take a stand and introduce sexless clothes.