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Even lil girls who are fussing about returning to school take some delight in picking out their first day of attire. Careful planning and discussions with friends will likely take place leading up to the first day back. Before heading to the mall, or clicking open a new computer window, check out our picks for some of the hottest styles for girls this year.

  • White House Style – The Obama girls' love of classic looks, and Crewcuts, will serve as inspiration for many girls this season. Copy the look with a ruffled cardigan, an A-line cord skirt and a traditional rubber rain boot to keep her tootsies dry.
  • Layers and Layers – Add some depth to your kiddo's look by layering pieces together. Start with a basic foundation, like a pair of skinny jeans, add a blouse and vest – which is all the rage this year – and finish the look off with some moccasin-inspired boots that fit snug over her jeans.
  • Leggings All the Way – The leggings craze is far from over, with this year's styles boasting buttons, zippers and patterns. Top off a pair with a striped tunic and some comfortable ballet slippers for a chic and casual look.

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cherryblossom cherryblossom 6 years
to be completely honest, i dont think we should be so focused on fashionable clothing for girls under the age of 13. When my age bracket (20 somethings) were growing up our parents just threw clothes on us and i think it kept us innocent a bit longer than the kids today who are always worried about having the latest this and the coolest that and being generally awesome, I think making them fashionable so young teaches them to split of into cliques earlier seeing as how fashion and who has better or more expensive clothes can set the bar in school for who gets left out and who is popular.
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