With the end of summer fast approaching, now is the time to start thinking about how to dress the children in your life as the weather simmers down to welcome cooler days and chilly nights.
To make life easier and put your shopping list together, The Kidstore buyer and soon-to-be first time mum, Sianne Plenderleith, shares her inspiration, top tips and key looks for autumn.
Here are the top Autumn fashion trends for kids in 2014
At The Kidstore we design every item in our studio, with each piece being critiqued by the experts to ensure it meets our promise to celebrate the idea of kids being kids, before it’s signed off for production.
“For autumn we have taken inspiration from around the world with our fun new season collection taking you from old school varsity to American grunge, mixing stars and stripes, leopard print, metallics and monster based graphics.”
Authentic denim is key for the season and features heavily throughout the range along with cosy knits, fashionable fleece and fun embellishments.
Each individually designed piece in the collection can be layered and mixed together to create a variety of looks, allowing kids to use their imaginations to create their own unique style.
Top looks for the boys:
For boys, think old school varsity dressing, hooded fleece jackets and baseball henley tops teamed with relaxed trackies and sweats. These are perfect for staying comfortable and warm.
Top looks for the girls:
For girls, we’ve drawn inspiration from the American grunge, think essential denim jacket, speckled gold jeans, leopard print fleece instarsia knits and fun print dresses.
Top looks for newborns:
Comfort and ease of dressing baby has always been a major consideration. This autumn’s precious collection, of knit cardigans, beanies, leggings and fashionable fleece will be key to keep your baby warm through the cooler months.
The new season collection is available in-store now with sizes ranging from newborn to 12 years. RRPs range from $15 – $60.
Instagram: @the_kidstoreWe may get commissions for purchases made using links in this post. Learn more.