Both of them are written by Ai Yazawa so the ambiance feels the same : a group of people making clothes themselves while trying to figure out their dreams. Romance is involved in both, and we follow more the relationship of the male and femal main characters. same kind of humor. If you liked Paradise Kiss, their is not doubt you will also like gokinjo monogatari.
* Drama/romance with lots of funny moments
* Old anime
* Long (50 eps and more)
Even though the artwork in Gokinjo Monogatari is different and kind of unusual, but they have similar atmosphere and feeling
Kimi ni Todoke has a lot in common with Gokinjo Monogatari. They are both high school love stories, fairly slice of life, and feature adorable chibis. I think the art style is also comparable, though Kimi ni Todoke is certainly a much softer style. If you're looking for a romance and coming of age story, either is a great choice.
Stories take place on high schools whereas the main character is exploring her feelings and how she will be able to express herself from the ones they love. Misunderstandings are also present which makes the story interesting. The male protagonists support the females, even though we all know that they love them, but couldn't say it out of fear that they will be rejected. Or to be laugh at.
Main differences tho, it is that the Kimi Ni Todoke female protagonist has troubles communicating in general, and she has a lot of misunderstandings, while the one from Gokinjo Monogatari, had a simple argument which leads to many different kinds of events.  read more
Gokinjo Monogatari and Super Gals have very similar feel, both story center around the life of a high school girl and her company, they feature the same themes like romance, friendship and fashion. Both anime are very amusing with a lot of funny moments but have the sad ones as well.
Similar drama, romance situation and art, Both main heroine's have bleached hair and include a self-centered "antagonistic" girl, who causes drama within the series.
(Peach Girl has Sae and Gokinjo Monogatari has Mariko)
Another story of a couple of high school friends who become a couple, involving comedy and drama along the way. This has less side characters but still feels fairly "slice of life" and also deals with the same coming of age issues of leaving school and working out what to do next.