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Trends in children's fashion for fall season
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Aug '11
Juvie, the popular online children's retailer of clothing, gifts and accessories for boys and girls, announced new lines and their take on the trends and must-have items for back-to-school season, fall 2011.

The color watch for fall shows jewel tones mixed with darker hues (think charcoal gray) popping up everywhere for girls. Girls will be drawn to the fun mix of textures and prints from Libertalia, a Los Angeles designer known for fashion forward tunic style tops. Cotton Caboodle's designs for fall are similarly rich in tone, but with a sportier, preppy look in garnet and amethyst-hued solids. Boys will find lots of deep turquoise, reds, and greens in Chaser's line of pop-culture-referencing graphic t-shirts.

The time lag between adult and children's fashion continues to narrow this fall, with several trends that are hot on the heels of their grown-up counterparts. Skinny cargo pants take a girl's two favorite pieces (cargo pants and leggings) and combine them into one go-to garment she'll reach for day after day. Look for Juvie's skinny cargo pants in a neutral green that can be worn with everything from It Jeans.

Another grown-up trend taking the kid's world by storm is faux fur vests. The hooded faux fur vest from Peas and Queues is expected to sell out well before the cold weather actually hits. And not leaving out the little guys, Juvie has partnered with Babiators to bring toddlers their very own hip aviator sunglasses that are safe and comfy for the little active sun-lovers in your family.

If there's such thing as "subtle bling," Tiny Hiney has found it, combining retro-cool studded appliques of anchors, skulls, guitars and angel wings to darling knit pieces for toddlers sizes 2-4. These pieces are great on boys and girls, who all love a little shine in their everyday wear.

Juvie, a unique online boutique for older boys and girls, features clothing for children from toddlers to tweens in sizes 2T-14. Juvie's modern selections are age-appropriate and stylish, so kids and parents are both happy.

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