Good news: Finding the perfect moniker for your baby girl just got easier, because it's now totally acceptable to throw names traditionally used for boys in the mix, too.
The hottest new baby name trend throws gender to the wind, and opens you up to a whole new world of possibilities in your search for naming your baby girl.
Jessica Simpson jumped on this gender-bending trend when she named her daughter Maxwell Drew. She explained that the name is from her fiance’s middle name (Maxwell) and her mother’s maiden name (Drew).
Other celebrities give their child a masculine first name paired with a feminine middle name, such as Michelle Branch who named her daughter Owen Isabelle or Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis who named their daughter Wyatt Isabelle.
Other stars, such as Soleil Moon Frye, went masculine all the way by naming her daughter Jagger Joseph Blue.
Then there are Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler, who used the trend as a middle name. The couple welcomed a daughter named Saylor James.
Check out more celebrity baby girl names with unisex or boys’ names:
If you are considering a unisex or "boy" name for your baby girl, check out the below ideas, which we have broken down into unisex names and, for the more adventurous, boy names for girls.
These unisex names won’t raise many eyebrows as they are often given to both girls and boys:
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