With the economic doldrums expected to linger, it’s not surprising that the overriding children’s apparel fashion trend for next spring and summer is giving customers good value.
Take the label Grace 4 Girlz: “All the clothes are reversible. You get a lot for your money,” said Kristen Borden, whose fashions are bowing at the trade show. Made in Los Angeles of 95 percent organic cotton and 5 percent spandex, there are seven silhouettes and four colors — out of which 200 different outfits can be fashioned. The garments for 2- to 6-year-olds also come with collectible appliqués with happy messages. Wholesale prices are $8 to $34.
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