You’ve seen the look everywhere; it’s a classic. Girly style, lace, ruffles, flowers, everything that makes a girl look, well…girly! I’m not talking about the ruffled, poofy clothing your mother shoved you into when you were five, this is a much more sophisticated style. The girly look is sexy and playful. It shows that you are proud to be a girl, and that you enjoy flaunting that. The girly look is very versatile, you can dress a little bit girly or wear an ensemble that screams, “I’m a girl!” Whatever degree it is you choose, the girly look can work for just about anyone.
Throughout the US, the girly look has become more and more popular. Stars like Jennifer Love Hewitt and Katie Holmes are often spotted in girly getup. Stores everywhere have jumped on this fad, stocking their shelves with rows and rows of girly accessories. Rows of handbags, skirts, dresses, capris, barrettes and earrings with girly appeal are easily accessed. Everyone seems to be a fan of this not-so-trendy look, in one or another. Unlike most “fads”, this one has been around for a long time. Poodle skirts of the 50’s, girly headbands/scarves of the 60’s, flowery necklaces and jewelry of the 70’s, fluffy skirts and stiletto heels of the 80’s and down to earth floral dresses of the 90’s. Throughout all decades there has been some sort of girly look.
Vielleicht hilft das hier weiter - es hieß damals auch "girly Mode" in Deutschland. Meine Tochter machte es nicht mit, aber ich glaube, es war nicht nur die Mode, sondern auch eine "Einstellung."