Now that the much-anticipated "Girl Meets World" has arrived on the Disney Channel, there must be hordes of tween viewers who want to dress like Riley Matthews, the 12-year-old girl of the title.
As of Wednesday, their prayers have been answered -- thanks to Disney Consumer Products and its D-Signed clothing label, which specializes in fashions inspired by Disney Channel shows. (The brand launched in 2009 with a "Wizards of Waverly Place" offering that was sold at Target.)
The "Girl Meets World" collection of mix-and-match separates marks the brand's move to Kohl's. It was available as of Wednesday on kohls.com, and will roll out to bricks-and-mortar Kohl's stores next week.
The collection consists of items Riley and her friend Maya would wear -- "free-spirited silhouettes with a touch of rocker chic," according to a news release. That means leggings, jeggings, tops, sweat shirts, dresses, a blazer and a tiered, handkerchief hem skirt.
Prices start at $28, which would be sure to please Riley's parents, Cory and Topanga, last seen growing up, falling in love and getting married on popular '90s sitcom "Boy Meets World."Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times