Girls’ clothing styles often seem like they change as quickly as the wind, with new trends hitting the shelves all the time. If you’re keen to ensure your little lady stays at the forefront of fashion, read on. Here are the girls’ clothing styles trending in 2020 and 2021.
When it comes to girls’ fashion trends, floral prints are difficult to beat. Whilst florals may not be ground-breaking, this hasn’t stopped them being in high demand. A huge collection of baby and toddler dresses, skirts, and jackets in floral prints have hit the market, with blooming flowers, petals, buds, and plant patterns making up a plethora of beautiful designs. Fashion’s love affair with floral prints may have lasted for years, but this iconic pattern is still trending.
Let your little girl look even more gorgeous by dressing her in eye-catching animal print clothing. Animal prints have dominated 2020 and are set to get even hotter in 2020. This trend has shown itself to have major staying power, and one of the reasons for this is that there are so many options to play with. Cute animal patterns imprinted on to dresses, leggings, and shirts are guaranteed to be adored by any animal-loving young lady.
Retro style was big in the kids clothing market in 2020, and there’s no sign of it going away in 2021. The vintage look is very much in, with beautiful traditional dresses embellished with sequins, ribbons, and beads, along with classic stripes and polka dot prints. You can bring out the essence of a time gone by when you dress your little girl up in stunning retro-style dresses
Asymmetrical cut dresses
Asymmetry hit its peak in 2019, but it’s still going strong. Asymmetrical cut dresses are maintaining their popularity in the girls’ fashion market. The slanted hemline or neckline is extremely attractive, with these dresses sure to complement to your little girl. Asymmetrical cut dresses are ideal for those special occasions when you want her to look her very best. Floral printed asymmetrical dresses are the perfect choice if you want to combine two of 2020’s biggest trends.
The fashion industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world; responsible for 10% of international carbon emissions annually. That’s more than all global flights and maritime shipping combined. As such, it’s no surprise that kids clothing is seeing a shift toward sustainability. Clothing manufacturers are increasingly taking steps to reduce the environmental impact of the production process. H&M has launched its ‘Conscious Kids’ collection, with the high-street retailer vowing that all its clothing will be 100% per cent renewable by 2030.
Kids fashion has never been more exciting, with more and more beautiful and unique clothing hitting shelves all the time. From pretty floral prints and stylish asymmetrical dresses to classic retro outfits, the choices are almost endless when shopping for clothing for the little lady in your life.