The fashionistas are no more limited to models, socialites and working adults. Even teens have graduated from amateur outfits to designer wear. They have grown brand conscious and are very much aware of what is in trend.
Take for instance Anna from Australia who is 15 and wears only denims and tees. She would not get into knitwear or non-cotton materials. Because she is comfortable in her stretch denims that go well with any colour t-shirt. Swati from India says, she will never get into a zipper cardigan or wear yellow. She loves red, brown and other earthy shades and is comfortable in denims, knee length skirts and three-fourths.
Lucy’s mother Philomena says Lucy will never get into any clothes she purchases for her. She would prefer money, so she can pick what she wants.
So what’s new for these under aged models? Well almost everything for girls. Peel on denims, three fourth ruche trousers, edge folded or with piping. Suddenly in 2007, embroidery on denim had become a rage. Everyone had it on their full denims or half. The impact still floats as of today because embroidery is seen on almost everything. Long stitch, embedded stones, and single colours or fully coloured, paintings blended with embroidery and lots more are doing the rounds. Besides there are skirts below the knee, t-shirts with loud neck patterns that are very much in vogue.
If you thought young boys were too busy playing cricket then look again. Give them an opportunity to dress up and you will see them with anti-fit pants, jackets on t-shirts or shirts. Triangular shoes and hair all spiked up. There are a variety of brands catering to them with a variety of colours and fits.