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girls-dressesGirls dresses have always been very popular attire for both little girls and big girls. They come in many different styles and lengths. They are the favored attire for many occasions, especially for formal occasions. There is a long history of this type of attire. The history goes back to ancient times. It has always been a popular way of dress, still very much alive today. Of course the hem lines move up and down and the style also changes over time.

Girl's dresses began as long shapeless clothing that was very modest and did its best to cover every inch of a young girls body. In Victorian times both boys and girls wore dresses they were long and made of lace children wore these gowns until they were about seven years old, at which point the girls continued to wear dresses and the boys graduated to short pants or knickers until they were around thirteen at which point the boys moved on to longer pants while the girls still wore dresses but the girl's dresses mimicked adult women's attire at that point.

Moving forward into the early nineteen hundreds girls dresses began taking on new shapes and were made from many more fabric types. Hem lines got shorter and the flapper style was born.
During the nineteen fifties girl's dresses became less popular as skirts took the main floor. This was also a repeat of a trend that was seen in the late eighteen hundreds. Girls and women favored the poodle style skirts of the day and girl's dresses were largely stuck in the back of the closet.

Girl's dresses are once again very popular they are an easy way to dress that is attractive and stylish. There are plenty of styles to choose from and they are widely available. A favorite place to shop for girl's dresses is on the internet. Shopping online opens up a world of selection. You can easily find any type or style online. There are tons of designs and price ranges to choose from as well (M S).

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