Girls’ boutique clothing fashion trends are constantly changing, just like they do for adults. Some of the trends found in this niche are often inspired by what your daughter’s favorite actors are wearing on kids’ television shows. Here are some of the biggest trends happening this fall:

1. The Color Pink: Pink isn’t going anywhere. There will be variations of the color from pastel and light pink colors of summer to fall’s bolder, deeper, and a little darker pink.

 

2. Boot-Cut Style Pants: Skinny jeans are no longer in. Girls’ pants are moving back to a boot-cut style. No longer will you have to worry about trying to fit your little girl into a pair of jeans or capris because they are cut too tight!

3. All Types of Ruffles: Ruffles will remain popular in many different styles of clothing for the fall, including dresses, pants, shorts, and jumpers. The use of the color pink along with ruffles will also be on point for the upcoming season.

4. Fruit Prints: Expect to see various versions of prints feature different fruits such as oranges, cherries, and apples. If your little girl loves fruit, she will love the wide range of designs featuring sequins, ruffles, and basic print versions.

 

5. Tutus and More Tutus: Tutus will still be very popular with little girls. From tutu dresses and skirts to flower girl tutus and dance tutus, you cannot go wrong. Plus, they make great little girls party dresses !

6. Metallic Colors: Expect to see gold, silver, and other metallic colors for fall and winter jackets, dress shoes, and other accessories. You can also expect gloves and hats made from metallic colored fabrics and yarns.

To check out our newest arrivals for fall 2019, please feel free to explore our online store. If you have further questions or need assistance in finding specific girls’ designer clothing, party dresses, tutus, and more, call Pink Princess at 888-335-5077 today!

 

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