Popular Trends in Kids T-Shirts
Most parents wish that their kids stay comfortable, but stylish at the same time. Years ago, T-shirts used to be considered as something that was usually too informal for loads of situations outside of rough-and-tumble play in the outdoors or to bum around in the house.
A lot of times, children would use bigger-sized T-shirts as makeshift or night clothing. Most children’s tees, particularly those with stacks of graphics, make really good items to reserve for pajamas. Generally, children from three to fourteen years old have an individual style in T-shirts.
Younger children, such as those from three to eight, look to select T-shirts that are more classic in design and have well-recognized cartoon characters or other characters from fashionable children's culture such as Spiderman, SuperMario, etc. Young girls, on the other hand, still seem to desire more female characterizations like Cinderella or other princesses.
As always, the younger crowd always loves the Disney-associated characters while recent movie characters such as Harry Potter have begun to take some of the action. Owing to last summer's film sensation, Transformers T-shirts enjoy a fair bit of esteem with both boys and girls, although they sell more robustly amongst boys.
By the time kids start teen years, such as those who are thirteen or 14 years old, a mother would be hard-pressed to get them to agree to wear a Tom and Jerry T-shirt. Or any T-shirt portraying a cartoon character that would probably be more apt for kids of a younger set of ages. For those early teen children or adolescents, T-shirts that depict characters from Marvel comics are always a safe choice for boys.