The Coolest Style Trends For Your Kids This Season


With the summer season coming on in full swing, we bet you are super-excited to get your bundles of joy wrapped up in the trendiest of clothing and accessories. Summer-time lets you take out your kids’ cutest clothes, and dress them up for some fun under the sun! There is a wide range of colors and patterns specially curated for the younger generation, and we are here to help you turn those runway looks to real outfits for your children. So, it’s time to show the world what a cool parent you are by making sure your munchkins are dressed trendily this spring and summer!

Modern marine

The calming aqua shade is a soothing treat-for-the-eyes color that makes you want to run to the beaches, and your kids can flaunt this hue to be on trend this season. How pretty will your little girl look dressed in an aqua ruffled off-the-shoulder dress, white ballet shoes and barrettes in the hair when you take her to a weekend brunch? This color can be rocked by your little man too – dress him up in a marine blue semi-formal shirt with denims and loafers for a dressy occasion or a simple aqua polo t-shirt with beige Bermuda shorts and slippers for a cool and casual holiday look!

Sweet stripes

Stripes are yet another classic pattern that always looks good on kids on any occasion. You can definitely dress your little princess in striped t-shirt dresses, slip-ons and a cute ponytail for a chic casual look and your little boy in striped Henley t-shirts, cuffed denim pants and trainers with a baseball cap for brownie points. You can also keep the outfit simple, and go for stripes in accessories such as ballet flats or sling bags for girls or cute striped ties or socks for boys to add cool and quirky touches to any regular outfit.

‘IT’ Indigo

This timeless branch of the blue shade card has been in and out of the fashion magazines but this season, it’s here to stay, especially for the young fashion stars. Indo-western vibes in this color is a trendy take on regular kidswear, as you dress up your boy in an indigo hand block printed short kurta with black jeans and tan leather kohlapuri sandals for any family function this season. Girls can too go for long kurtas in this color with high slits at the side, paired with cute flared palazzo pants in a contrast color and embroidered jutis. You can even opt for indigo-hued tees with denims or indigo crop tops with skirts for a true blue stylish summer for your kids!

Magic of muted illustrations

Muted Illustrations are a total favorite with the kids as they absolutely love fun patterns like doodles, sketches or graphics made on their clothes or accessories. How cute will your daughter look as she wears a colorful illustrated t-shirt paired with denim shorts and sneakers as she runs off to the playground in the evenings? Your son can give off smart yet laid-back vibes as he pulls off a pair of denim joggers and doodle tee with white sneakers in style! You can also go for cool accessories such as illustrated backpacks and canvas sneakers to add fun touches to your munchkin’s outfit!

Playful pastels

Pastels and monotones are just like blank canvases, extremely versatile and perfect to experiment with. This season, you can definitely make your son stand in the crowd as you dress him up in powder blue or lavender shirts, tucked into neutral chinos, and quirky suspenders or bow ties to prep. For girls, you can surely go for pastel pink or mint skater dresses or rompers and boost it up with printed shrugs or shoes or even go for printed bottoms with solid colored tops and blouses to make you princess look as pretty as a picture!

So, with these classic yet fun colors and patterns trending the style charts this season, you should definitely hit your nearest Lifestyle store or website to pick up some cute and trendy clothes for your kids. They’ll surely thank you in the future when they look at such stylish childhood pictures!



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