The Legend of Girls Capri Leggings

Far away, off the coast of Italy in the Mediterranean sea, located 1/3 of the way up the boot, is the small island of Capri. Back in the 1960s, women made capri pants hugely popular. It became all the rage to wear pants at three-quarter length. Soon, the trend spread throughout Europe and America, having made it down the runways of Milan, Paris, and New York. Fifty years later, capris for girls are all the rage again. And, of course, there’s been a slight modification to the design. It’s as if capri pants and leggings got together and had a child: girls capri leggings (Photo Here) Leggings like this are very mode in mode today.

Of course, the fabrics are much improved over the way they were half a century ago. For starters, they are much softer and more durable. This means they stand up to a washing much easier, and are likely to last longer. This means more value for your money. Moreover, the prints are more varied and fun. Back in the day, girls usually only had a solid color to choose from. But today, there’s no end to the variation. In fact, girls can buy capris with one legging one pattern, and another legging in another pattern. This style, which is remarkably unique and fashion forward, has been largely the wok of one clothing manufacturer: TwirlyGirl. TwirlyGirl is one of the few major brands that still designs and sews all their girls clothing here in America. Less than 2% of all clothing manufactures can make that claim. So they are truly Proudly Made in the USA!!

To view TwirlyGirls entire collection, including girls capri leggings, one can simply go online and search their site. Of course, they are also carried in hundreds of small boutiques and stores all across the country, but thanks to the internet and their incredibly generous return and exchange policy, it has never been easier to buy girls leggings or any other kind of clothing over the internet. To see their current collection, you can shop here.Image

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About duncanfaber4

I am primarily a blogger and personal shopper. I mainly write about girls fashion, since that is my area of expertise. Have a question or comment, I'd love to hear it!
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