As you complete your spring shopping, your kid’s clothes might be your top priority if you follow the latest trends. According to a recent NY Post article, as wealthy parents spend thousands to style their children, the trend of buying designer children’s clothing is forecasted to have increased sales in the next four years. Buying children’s clothes to fit the trend doesn’t have to empty your bank account. Embrace the trend without being wasteful. Many companies offer affordable options that look upscale so your child can get the style without the price tag.
Get The Look For Less
Because jungle print was big on the runway this spring, buy styles that mimic the trend, such as Kenzo Kids’ spring line at the Little Parisians Store. Nature-inspired prints have a very approachable style so you won’t have to worry about your children being intimidated by your haute-couture choices. Whether your daughter is playing outside or going to a special event, jungle print fits with the latest trends and are appropriate for multiple occasions. Layer a jungle print dress with a white cardigan for some added warmth on chillier days. As vibrant colors would be another fashionable color trend for spring 2014, check out the new spring line of bright, colorful clothing by Soft Clothing. For muted colors, try the soft whites and pinks by Seam Collection. Choose clothes that are fashionable as well as practical. While dressing your child to fit with runway trends, double check that the outfits are as comfortable as possible.
Design Your Own Dresses
Having sampled a lot of children’s dresses that fit with the latest trends, I’ve realized that many designs are simple to copy. Purchase a sewing machine and follow a simple pattern. To have your design fit with spring trends, buy fabric that fits with the latest styles, such as nature prints, vibrant colors, and muted, girly tones. Experiment as you practice sewing as a great outfit may take several tries. While designing kid’s dresses will save lots of money, you could have complete creative control over how your child would dress.
Buy From A Local Designer
Buy children’s clothes from an up and coming designer as a hip way to support the local economy. Show your child’s originality as you purchase an outfit from a designer in your town. Being able to say that you heard of a brand first would make you the ultimate clothing hipster. To learn more about a local designer, attend a runway show or a trunk show to see how the designer’s outfits look in person. Research the designer’s inspirations to get a feel for his or her style and background.