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These unisex names are modern because they think outside of the box. For example, the name Stevie is often thought of as a boy’s name, however we love how rock star it sounds on singer Stevie Nicks! Jessica Simpson just gave her daughter the unisex name of Maxwell. You can switch up the spelling to make these names more feminine or masculine, for example Logann for a girl instead of Logan, or Billie for a girl instead of Billy.
Check out some of our favorite unisex names:
-Drew or Dru
-Ryan or Rian
Color is hot in a huge way – and we are not just talking about fashion trends! Beyonce started this modern trend when she named her daughter Blue Ivy. If you are searching for a name that is not quite as unique or bold as a primary color (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue), consider one of these cool shades on the color wheel as a baby name:
Lastly, think about cities or places that have special meaning to you and consider those as modern baby names. Names like Brooklyn or London are in danger of becoming too popular; however cool destination names like Columbus, Rome or Catalina all have a modern sound to them.