Hate the New Gap Logo, But Their New Animal Print Dresses? Love Them!

October 12, 2010 by momfarah
shefinds | Kids

Like the rest of America, I hated the new GAP logo–why mess with something that ain’t broken? Fortunately, they’re ditching it and going back to the old logo, which I’ve come to love. Another thing I love? The animal print dresses from their new Bleeker Collection for little girls. Although I’m the first to admit that animal print girls’ clothes can be tacky, these girls’ dresses are anything but. They’re modern and edgy, but still playful and irresistibly cute. Take a look for yourself and you’ll agree.

Gap Intarsia zebra print sweater dressWe love that this Intarsia Zebra Print Sweater Dress ($35) is done in grey and black rather than standard black and white.

Gap  Intarsia zebra graphic sweater dress Pair this cool Zebra Graphic Sweater Dress ($35) with black leggings and booties for cute school ensemble.

Gap Tiered ruffle cheetah print dress

Going somewhere? This Tiered Ruffle Cheetah Print Dress ($27) is pretty enough for school pictures or a holiday party.

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Find cute fall shoes or girls’ boots to pair with these dresses in our buying guides.

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