Best girls clothing according to redditors

We found 204 Reddit comments discussing the best girls clothing. We ranked the 181 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Girls tops & tees
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Underwear for girls
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Girls dresses
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Top Reddit comments about Girls' Clothing:

u/sergeantnormscully · 42 pointsr/AmItheAsshole

I actually like how a lot of them look, but the one OP had her daughter wear was this one. Which makes her 1000x more TA.

u/Zephk · 8 pointsr/egg_irl
u/mindlesslydiapered · 3 pointsr/ABDL

Awww Thankies so much!! And lemme lookey lookey...

here is the link!

u/sarahbellum3 · 3 pointsr/Parenting

Have you seen these? They come in red and purple.
Hugh Ugoli 5 Pairs Kids Socks Bamboo/Crew School Socks For Girls & Boys/Comfort Seam (10-12 YEARS(Shoe Size : 3-4), Red)

u/pixelationnation · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Ive got a bunch of little ideas. Fuzzy pants, robes, or shorts like these. Or a nice fuzzy blanket/throw. I love those.

this bath drain will give you an extra 2-3 inches of water in the bath! bath pillows are also a godsend.

If she doesnt already have a phone workout band she needs one. I also seriously recommend fruit infuser water bottles!!

Best of luck.

u/NohoTwoPointOh · 2 pointsr/SingleDads

Much of it comes from Puritanical roots. Perhaps things are different now, but when I was young, Judeo-Christian households carried a certain amount of shame associated with sex, sexual organs, and discussions about them.

More shame and discomfort also comes from society trying to paint every man as some kind of molester. This may even be the biggest factor. This is nothing more than internalized misandry that men must overcome for the sake of their daughters. But internalized misandry it is. There is also external misandry. When shopping pre-K schools for my daughter, I asked if there were any male teachers (as I prefer a balance). I was told by a female teacher that it would be considered a "safety risk" by many parents. I wanted to tell her that sexual abuse convictions of female educators have tripled in the past decade. But I noped right out of there and found a better school. That said, this is what dads face on a daily basis.

As men, it is very easy for us to internalize such blatant misandry. My example is simply one of many that we face each week. Luckily, I did not have the same amount of religious programming as my peers. I just had to face society's anti-male pressures. I can see it being more difficult for my peers who were raised in parochial schools and deeply religious homes.

It takes a mindset to say "Fuck em. This is my daughter and I am her father. We can talk about our bodies. We should talk about our bodies. There is nothing wrong, shameful or dirty about it. "

I was the first to comfortably broach the subject with my daughter. I taught her to wipe and why there is an order of operations. She would happly sing the "Down in the front, up in the back" song that I taught her. Ask her why? "So I don't get Mr. Germ and Mrs. Bacteria in my buh-gina..." Fucking hilarious! And that's exactly what the topic needs, right? A bit of child-like levity.

What has also helped me is to use books from cultures that are not ashamed of the body.

The "where did I come from" question was addressed at 2-3 years old with this one. There are some other Japanese books we used, but I cannot find them online.

Body functions


When they get older this one is more appropriate.

I have to admit, the more you read and talk with them about the subject, the easier it gets. I also got kids' anatomy books to go over the various systems. Using clinical terms helps remove discomfort as does talking about genitals in terms of our pets ("Sada the dog has testicles because he is a boy dog. Men and boys also have testicles just like Sada".)

Regarding inappropriate touching, I find that fathers are probably better at explaining boundaries as we are usually the ones who are more adept at setting clear and consistent boundaries for our children through fatherly discipline. Once we were comfortable discussing the body, it was easy to discuss inappropriate touches. We checked this book out from the library. Good concept, mediocre execution. This one was much better and enjoyable.

These books (and subsequent discussions) helped us set a baseline and standard in the younger years builds trust that moves on to the adolescent and pre-teen years. One of the men in our Dad's Group has a teenage daughter. He was the one who taught her daughter different ways of dealing with her period (cup vs pad vs tampon). He has a wonderful bond with his daughter that was set quite early. That guy has been a great influence on all and has helped many of us remove the shame and stigma around approaching the female body.

A few random factors.

- I grew up in a multi-generational house that had at least 2 girls and women at any one time.

- I have also had plenty of girlfriends and serious (cohabitating) relationships. One girlfriend had ovarian cysts, one girlfriend had very unusually rough 7-day periods. Of course, we discussed these things together.

- I probably found my parents' copy of "The Joy of Sex" at a bit of an early age, too.

- I was the first class in my state to have sex-ed in school. This is when I was living in America. It was very controversial, as we started as 5th graders. Many parents protested this (again, American Puritan roots).

All of these things demystified female genitals and has helped with my comfort with discussions around the female body.

A bit of a ramble. But it breaks my heart to see fathers allow terrible people to drive a wedge between them and successful parental relationships with their daughters. I am skeptical of university studies, as most seek to paint men is a negative light. Perhaps this study will be no different. But maybe this post might help some dads with their discussions and relationships with daughters.

u/MsZombiePuncher · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

From each list?

  • Miscellaneous list: High Waisted Pencil Skirt - I've recently discovered how much I love pencil skirts, and it want more. This looks perfect!

  • Books List: Battle Magic by Tamora Pierce - This is the newest book in her series, which I've been reading since I was 12. I still love the series, and am looking forward to continuing it!

  • Cooking List: A Digital Kitchen Scale with Pull Out Display - I've gotten into bread making and more serious baking, which starts to require weighting all your ingredients. I've had my eye on this one in particular because it's stainless steel, and the pull out display is great when your bowl is really big.

  • Tea List: This Tea Mug with Tea Strainer - I'm starting my first big girl job in May, and I'll definitely feel more comfortable there if I can drink my own loose leaf tea. And I love how sleek and easy this mug is, and it just looks so great too! I already have my eye on it being my work mug.

  • Craft List: Ginger Essential Oil - This one was difficult, because this is a multi-part thing. I want to make my own solid perfume, which means I have to get a carrier oil (Almost Oil), beeswax, and whatever I want to smell like. So far I'm thinking I want to smell like ginger, lemon and cloves. Or ginger, lemon, and basil. I plan to make a few different ones and see what I like best.

    This was fun! I never really thought about what my highest priority ones were.
u/NoAngel815 · 2 pointsr/weddingshaming

Amazon has affordable kids clothing in a wide range of sizes for girls: Dress 1, Dress 2, dress 3. You didn't mention the boys outfits so I'm assuming they're acceptable but Amazon does have suits for boys as well. My particular favorite although that one is a bit expensive.

Edit: English is hard and my meds are kicking in.

u/dodell616 · 2 pointsr/MtF

Junior training bras are thin, stretch allot, and are not padded. They are great for protecting tender nipples too. These come in many variations. At this point you're not going to be able to wear a standard bra, unless you can find a AAA cup, which are kind of hard to find these days. Some of the thinner sports bras are there choice to. And of course all of this hinges on your measurements, and upper body dimensions.

You could go to your local thrift store, they should have many different styles of training bras, bras, and sports bras that you can try on there to get an idea of what size you need. 💕E

Popular Girl's Cotton Cami Crop Bra with Adjustable Straps

u/LaverniousJames · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This looks pretty cute! :D

u/JayInDisarray · 2 pointsr/furry

CORIRESHA Fresh Color Block NASA Print Pullover Sweatshirt

u/ClandesTyne · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind

Nearest I can find on amazon:


u/caturdaynauplz · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


:-D thanks fer the contest lady :-p

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u/Godhelptupelo · 1 pointr/TeenMomOGandTeenMom2

Toddler Girls The Little Mermaid Ariel One Piece Swimsuit - 2T White

u/charlottesinterweb · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'd say that going for a (mostly) black outfit maybe your best shot at looking professional while also being able to mix in your personal style.

Regarding shirts,this black floaty top will certainly look smart when paired with something like a simple pencil skirt (which is petite too! and elasticated so it'll be comfortable to move around in)

I'd pair these with a pair of simple black or sheer pantyhose, a blazer in any style really, you can't go wrong with an all black outfit and some simple brogues. You can add further personal touches with your hair and jewellery.

If it was something a little more covered up this shirt is pretty good for that.

And to make it a little more casual a cardigan (1) (2) would be a good way to go.

And, lastly, for trousers, these look pretty good and as they are juniors they should fall a little shorter.

Obligatory, Working in my birthday suit and good luck! I hope you find something :)

u/chemcalfarmr · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I love this flower dress. but I don't know if it will go with cowboy boots!

u/Divergent99 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is such an adorable dress!

Edit: Looks like someone might have chosen that dress already... I also found this one that is adorable

u/TheRubyRedPirate · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I picked out two completely different ones:

The first one is white and purple with flowers. I love the spring colors. It also comes in pink.

The second one is teal and sequined with bows, if you have a little superstar on your hands :)

I'm looking up accessories right now!

u/LittleHelperRobot · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


u/srhgrc · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

this or this


u/kindafunnybutno · -82 pointsr/AmItheAsshole

Lthis is her rash guard

(One of her rash guards, she has a ton of options to choose from)