Originally Posted by Avantenor
Actually, there was more daily unisex clothing in medieval than in the 18th or 19th century. The more and more distinct style in clothing is a trend starting with Renaissance.
In reality, there was not that many women in armour. That is what immersion is such a flimsy concept. From the moment, you accept the idea of women in armour in medieval like worlds, why draw a red line for what women should sport? In medieval times, few to none uni gender clothes. But those who could afford wanted distinctive armours.