Fox Sports has created a new look for girls, plaid shirts and lots of plaid hats.

The US sports channel said its latest “girls” collection features dresses, shirts and hats that look like their favourite cartoon characters, including the likes of Pikachu and Fluttershy.

“The brand’s mission is to empower girls, and the brand looks forward to expanding its mission beyond its original mission of empowering girls,” a spokesperson told US publication Fox News.

“This new collection celebrates the joys of a girl’s life and encourages girls to be themselves and celebrate their feminine side with these fun, smart and fun ways to show it off.”

The latest collection, which was launched on Wednesday, includes a line of dress shirts and dresses, and some fun accessories.

“Girls love to be creative and are always looking for new ways to express themselves, so it only makes sense that they’re getting a little creative with their Halloween costume,” the spokesperson added.

“In 2017, we’ve been creating a brand that celebrates the beauty of femininity and we are very excited to unveil our latest collection.

We hope to inspire and inspire the next generation of girls to feel empowered and be who they are.”

The new collection includes a range of dresses, skirts and dresses for girls aged between 11 and 17.

The brand also launched a collection of cute, cute accessories including cute earrings, earrings for girls between 11 to 15, cute shoes and a cute handbag.

“Our goal is to help girls express themselves in a fun, stylish way, so we’ve created a collection for girls who love to have fun and feel confident,” the spokeswoman said.

“The new designs are great fun for kids as well as grown ups.”

The collection comes a month after US network ESPN launched a “girls night out” programme, featuring girls dressed up in costumes and making fun of their classmates.

“It’s a way for us to show girls that they can be who and what they want to be and that they are not limited to their biological sex,” a spokesman for ESPN told US network Fox Sports.

“If you are a girl who likes to dress up, it’s a fun way to be yourself, and we hope that girls get a chance to wear a dress and do something fun.”

The spokesperson added that the collection will be available online on Friday, December 4.