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Garanimals: playing it cool for fall
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Garanimals has just released their new fall line of infant and toddler clothing, currently available at Walmart stores nationwide. The popular kids' clothing brand is best known for “Mix, Match, and Save,” and offers everyday clothes that are easily coordinated.

Garanimals are cuter and more fashionable than ever! “Color Me Happy,” the theme behind the latest girls' designs, features playful, bright colors…a welcome alternative to the dark, muted colors in typical fall collections. Girly accents such as princess puff and bubble sleeves, ruffles and tiers help complete the look. Some key in-style items include “cha-cha” skirts and sparkly, whimsical icon graphics for some glitz and glam.

“Colorful tops with whimsical accessorized animals or glittery attitude screens are all-girl and super-trendy when paired with our patterned skorts and must-have knit jeggings,” says a Garan spokesperson.

Boys can “play it cool” with racecars, robots, and rockets that have a “big boy” edge. The “Play On Cool” theme features interesting screenprint techniques like foil, gel and flocking. Easy pull-on denim pants come in a variety of washes, including black denim. Trendy all-over print tees are taken up a notch with a colorful graphic pop. For active, sporty kids, the comfortable athletic tricot pants are a hit on the playground and fields. Taped-sleeve tops with big graphics are sporty and cool. Worn with comfy pull-on denim pants or active taped bottoms, they make the perfect outfit for pre-school or playtime.

Established in 1972, Garanimals is best known for its matching animal clothing tag system for children. It is a division of Garan Incorporated, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway. Headquartered in New York, Garan is one of the nation's leading manufacturers of apparel for children.

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