Children's Clothing Fall 2012 Trend Outlook for Girl's Clothes

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Fall is our favorite time of year...and there are so many wonderful trends for girl’s clothing this season

"Fall is our favorite time of year...and there are so many wonderful trends for girl’s clothing this season," said Mary Gallina, President & GMM of -- children's clothing retailer. "Fall 2012 was so bountiful was hard to select just a few, however our team edited down, so that moms and their daughters can navigate the wonderful world of children's clothing this Fall."

Children's Clothing—Trend Outlook for Girls Clothes--Fall 2012

  • BOLD PRINTS—The prints have it...this year, all collections of girl’s clothing have very bold and vivid prints. Don't shy away from having too much. From florals to geometrics...bold prints are the way to go.
  • TRUE BLUE—Bright blue, bold blue, blue and blue. Blue is the color of the season in vibrant hues. Especially when contrasted with neutrals or black.
  • SPARKLE AND SHINE—Shiny metallics are in. Look for bright shades of bold colors like fuschia and cobalt sparkly accents. Everyone could use a little something shiny in their wardrobe this season.
  • EMBELLISHMENTS—Novelty rules the roost this year in girls clothing this Fall. From ruched fabrics to embrodiery, woven ribbons, lace trims, fabric flowers and applique...interesting fancy embellishments are prevalent in much of the girls outfits this Fall.
  • FUTURISTIC PRINTS—Classic prints are giving way to futuristic prints of circles, geometric graphics and Jane Jetson-esque just plain 'Fun' prints. Every little girls wardrobe, needs just one piece this season. A little goes a long way!
  • POLKA, POLKA, POLKA—Dots that is! Polka dots are hot and everywhere this season in fun colors, whimisical shapes. A must have this season!
  • APPLIQUE—Cute and adorable, applique is everywhere this season on girls clothes. The pant, the sleeve, the bodice. We are seeing it two ways....monochromatic--matching the fabric and contrasting to add a pop of color and another layer of detail.

Since its founding in 2002, has featured some of the finest children's clothing for boys and girls including brand names: Mis-Tee-V-Us, Mulberribush, Zaza Couture, Peaches n' Cream, Twirls and Twigs, Skivvydoodles, Sara's Prints pajamas, Sage and Lilly, Baby Lulu, Wes and Willy, and many other wonderful brands. prides itself on finding unique, comfortable and colorful clothing that both boys and girls enjoy wearing due to their fun designs, easy on/off styling and super-soft fabrics. Best of all, allows customers to shop quickly and efficiently 24 hours a day/7 days a week, with detailed service and attention paid to every order.

While your kids are still kids, will help dress them in comfortable, stylish, unique clothing for everyday and special occasions...especially this Fall 2012.


Blue Turtle Kids online children's clothing boutique was launched by a seasoned corporate executive that found herself in a new role as a stay-at-home mom. Anxious to dress her two sons in uniquely designed, comfortable clothing...she began to search for fun and colorful clothing from quality brands. But as luck would have it, her favorite local children's clothing boutique closed and she had no place to shop.

Realizing how hard it is to find boys clothing designed with more than sports balls in mind, she started as an online children's clothing boutique focused exclusively on boy's clothes. After a year, her customers simply demanded she start selling girls clothing...and so, today sells both boys and girls clothing. is focused on providing the latest in children's clothing each and every season. In addition, carries many "Made in the USA" children's clothing lines. also strives to keep customer's up-to-date via their, facebook page and Twitter stream. looks forward to each new season of dressing your child in clothing that is cute, comfortable, fun and unique.

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