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5 8 G R A P H I C S P R O A P R I L 2 0 2 1 G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M less in addition to feeling clingy and un- comfortable," says Oliverius. So, having the ability to dry quickly means a more productive day for busy parents and busy bodies. And while most childrenswear is inu- enced by adult styles, another trending component for childrenswear is gender neutrality. Although this is nothing new, says Miller, she explains that unisex tting alone has always been around, but neu- trality may be more prominent through colorways in the current climate. "e color oering allows the unisex style to lean one way or another in regard to gen- der, but neutral colors are always a staple. I think that is why we have seen such an upswing in colors like grays and naturals Childrenswear encompasses a large range of ages and in- cludes a variety of styles, including T-shirts and caps. (Image courtesy Cap America)

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