The logic completely escapes me. CNN — Sharon Choksi, a mom of two and an entrepreneur, grew so frustrated with the clothing options offered for girls that she co-founded a business, Girls Will Be, which provides empowering shirts and shorts so girls can live their active lives and still feel good about what they wear. So, what did I do? The "princess culture" stuff doesn't bother me. You said jump up in sizesI said, "How high? This is a pair of Shaun White shorts for boys in the same size, XS.
Not quite 2 inches on a women's size 7.
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Let me remind you that this is less than one inch longer than the shorts intended for toddlers. And this is the part where I feel the need to formally apologize to Target, because in my experience today Kohl's was worse. Lest anyone think I am specifically picking on Target which I am, because they are and always will be my favorite and I hold them to high standardswe also went to Kohl's. And if you have shopped with or for young girls recently, you know what she means. They literally make underwear with longer inseams than that. To bring attention to the problem, Choksi banded together with Courtney Hartman, founder of Free to Be Kids, which offers gender-neutral clothing for boys and girls.