“Little Women” holds a special place in the hearts of many. For some, it’s thanks to the nostalgia over a childhood book; for others, it’s because of the story — four sisters, all very different, coming together in a time of need. Many relate to Jo March, the rambunctious feminist writer who refuses to put her dreams on hold for a life that has been planned out for her. The book has been adapted into film numerous times, with the 1994 version starring Susan Sarandon and Winona Ryder garnering accolades from the Academy, including a nod to best costume design. But it’s hard to ignore the hype surrounding Greta Gerwig’s forthcoming adaptation. From award nominations to wild praise over costume design, it seems like this version of “Little Women” will also find its way into fans’ hearts — and closets. While the trend of dressing in 19th-century fashion isn’t necessarily new, it’ll likely be reborn ― or at least refreshed ― thanks to this year’s “Little Women.” Steeped in thoughtful costume design, the movie shows how various characters take on femininity. And frankly, the so-called prairie girl trend (a bit of a misnomer for the March sisters, who live in New England during the Civ...