Cool Kids Style


Children aren’t usually known for their keen fashion sense – but there are so many kids outfit ideas out there that your little will find something they like.

From what I have seen, they love to dress up in blue Princess Elsa dresses, food-splattered Star Wars T-shirts and anything bright.

Introducing some style into your little one’s wardrobes can be easy!

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By adding in Breton tops, traditional knits and plain chinos your kids will be both stylish and comfortable.

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While many kids love to wear brightly coloured clothes, dressing in more subtle colours can have an advantage.

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By considering colours, like beige, cream, muted blues and greys children can look smart, modern and chic.

They can still show off their individuality, by wearing cute printed tee shirts or leggings.

Take a look through these images for pint-sized fashionista inspiration >>

1. Breton Tops

Breton tops have always been in style – for everyone!

So get a couple for your little one to wear with jeans or leggings for instant cool kids style.

2. Traditional Knits

Traditional knitwear looks super cute on kids – from bulky knit hats to oversized cardigans.

3. Plain Chinos

Plain chinos look smart – with a shirt or a polo and can be dressed up or down.

4. Prints and Patterns

Prints and patterns are so playful – making them the perfect choice for kids to wear.

To look a bit cheeky or add an element of fun into their wardrobe, prints + kids = style.

5. Denim

Denim is always a good choice – and for kids can be both practical and stylish.

Not just for jeans – pretty embroidered jean jackets or dresses can add a modern twist.

6. Muted Colours

If brights are not for you or your child – muted colours can add an air of sophisticated style.

What do you think of the cool kid’s style?

Would your kids wear this stuff?

Let me know in the comments below.

**All images found on Pinterest**

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