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2003 Back-to-School Fashions

2003 Back-to-School Fashions - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Take a look at what's hot for back-to-school fashions in fall 2003 for kids, tweens and teens. From jeans, denim jackets and T-shirts to skirts, boots and sweaters, we'll tell you what you should wear this season. - Page 1

You're heading back to school in 2003 and you're looking to dress to impress. So what kind of duds are you gonna throw on this fall? Kidzworld has put together some fall fashions that you might see in the halls in fall 2003 but we're going to let you decide what's hot, and what's not! Get in there and cast your vote for the hottest 2003 fall fashions.

 

Which of these fall 2003 wardrobes will be in your closet this year?
Best Fall 2003 Wardrobe? Click Above to Vote!

Are you all about the punk style this fall or will you be sporting a preppier look? Cast your vote!

 

  • To vote on boys' fall 2003 fashions, click here!

    1 I honestly think that the style of clothes just keeps repeating themselves. It's the same thing every year. I don't understand why people (kids) just dress in what is "IN"! Like man have your own style!
    Kidz Submit by:
    Nickname: ramathorne
    Age: 14

    1 I like fashion, lol. But this year, my closet is filled with EVERYTHING black. :)
    Kidz Submit by:
    Nickname: 1_l0v3_Avril
    Age: 14

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