The art of dressing your kids gets particularly complicated when temps soar to 90 degrees, handheld foods abound and grass stains become a guarantee. But this new season also brings some of the cutest fashions of the year, so we rounded up the eight most wearable summer clothing trends for little boys and girls. (Just make sure to go light on the sno-cone dye when she’s rocking her new outfit, yeah?)
You’ve been eyeing this trend for months, so it’s no surprise that it finally made its way to the mini fashion world. (We know, we know: We want these jeans in our size, too.)
Living in an urban city, we use public transportation often. Like, this morning for example. A tram filled with passengers, when Harlow not so quietly starts singing, "So baby come light me up." I instantly feel my face getting warm. She carries on, "And maybe I'll let you on it." Now, passengers are slowly, and uncomfortably, starting to turn to look at me and her. "A little less conversation, and a little more touch my body." Everyone is now staring. My face is beat red. The situation is so awkward. "Cause I'm so into you, into you, into you, into yoooouuuuu." Everyone bursts into laughter. The best I could come up with was, "Who doesn't love Ariana Grande?!" Get me off this tram NOW!
Pinroll cuffs elevate his style and spare his hems from those aforementioned grass stains. Win-win.
You’ve heard these pretty insects are the home décor du jour, but they’re also the perfect motif to replace winter’s snowmen.
The original playsuit, overalls are making a big comeback for both kids and adults. The best part? They’re basically a built-in bib.
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