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Most Popular Looks for back-to-School Fashions

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Aug 5, 2009 - 9:51:23 AM



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Retail authority pricing 70 percent below department stores

(HealthNewsDigest.com) - Burlington, NJ -- Burlington Coat Factory (BCF) today issued its fall trend forecast for this year’s hottest back-to-school fashions for even the most budget-minded consumers. Moto, Boho, Graffiti and Plaids top the list of popular, affordable looks this season, and as always pricing at BCF runs up to seventy percent below department store prices.

Money is still tight for most consumers, but back-to-school gear need not be an expensive proposition, says Burlington. Savvy parents know that by shopping smart they can find the hottest trends and still keep even the most-trend conscious kids happy at budget-friendly prices.

Boho: This updated and modern bohemian look replaces the bell bottoms and earthy looks from years past with destroyed skinny denim, folk-inspired fringe vests, shaggy faux fur vests and hobo fringe bags and shoes. The current times have brought back this trend but its new age focus is funky, edgy and light hearted. Burlington calls it Boho chic.
Moto: It won’t just be biker babes who are wearing motorcycle jackets. This is a great style to invest in because it’s so versatile. Teens can wear motorcycle jackets with everything from feminine dresses and skirts to wide leg trousers and skinny jeans. It’s perfect for the rock-n-roll punk princess.


Graffiti: Kids and teens express their style and personality on every piece of clothing from polos, button down shirts, t-shirts and even denim, with graffiti inspired patterns such as hearts, skulls, peace signs, flowers and more.


Plaid: Not your grandpa's plaid. This revisited classic uses buffalo check and argyle patterns with fun, bright colors to make the look stand out. Classy and cool – check!


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“Our back-to-school line is all about allowing kids and teens to express themselves,” states Jason Somerfield, Burlington Coat Factory’s Vice President of Fashion and Branding. “These styles are what kids are looking for this year and the prices in our stores are amazingly affordable.”



About Burlington Coat Factory
Burlington Coat Factory, the retail authority in coats, offers a broad selection of branded quality merchandise at everyday low prices across many product categories, including ladies’ sportswear, menswear, family footwear, children’s clothing, baby furniture and accessories, home décor and gifts, along with the largest selection of coats for the entire family in the nation. The updated Burlington Coat Factory, founded in 1972, has expanded from a single store selling coats to a multi-department retail chain with 394 stores in 44 states, predominantly under the "Burlington Coat Factory" name. Burlington Coat Factory was purchased by Bain Capital in 2006. Additional information can be found at www.BurlingtonCoatFactory.com.

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