While our little customers do not yet know how to button their shirts, they are no less entitled to a stylish dressing room than their parents.
The brand offers you pieces and looks inspired by adult fashion because we can’t take dog tongues and dinosaur scales anymore.
Today we want to share with you our inspirations of the moment.
Here are the five trends we have selected:
- This season's colors: The colors seen a lot on the runways are pink, orange, yellow, green, blue, and white. These colors are fun and playful and range from soft hues to neon colors. We can see the contrast of color with Alaïa, Acne Studios, and Versace. Alaïa opted for neutral colors such as white, black, beige, and some pop of color. Acne Studios included soft colors, some neon colors, and graphics in their collection. Versace took more of the extravagant side with some very bright colors and a lot of color blocking. Color blocking is big this summer, so don't be afraid to mix unexpected colors together. (Ex: orange and green or pink and red.)
- The safari aesthetic is back in fashion with khaki jackets and pocket dresses. It uses breathable fabrics such as cotton and linen, which comes in handy when it gets hot. This trend can be fun for your child to wear to pretend to be Indiana Jones.
- Volume is big on the runway such as silhouettes volumineuses, des manches ballon spectaculaires aux jupes avec des hanches exagérées. If you have a girl, opt for a large dress with poofy shoulders, and if you have a boy, don't be afraid to go large with its clothes. If you don't want to buy new clothes but have a piece of clothing in your closet that is too big for your child, this is your chance to put it on them and be trendy.
- Pantalons décontractés - pantalons amples, longs et décontractés (confort et style), instead of going for the typical tight jogging, sort de lordinaire, and try the large pants. It is as comfortable as it is stylish.
- Repurposing. This is more of a sustainable trend, instead of throwing a piece of clothing that has a stain or a rip on it, try sewing a piece of cloth or stick on a cool logo/drawing. It can give your old piece of clothing a second life.