Design & Style
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Let’s launch ourselves passionately into the great, big, bright and beautiful world of kid’s bedroom colour scheming. Because, if we’re honest, there are some real doozies out there and we’re feeling a more than a little bedroom envy for these toddlers of the 21st century.
Recently, as part of our Summer Style Guide, we interviewed three of our lovely ambassadors: Jess Dempsey (What Would Karl Do), Jade Warne (Hipster Mum) and Deauvanne Athanasakis (Mama Stylista).
But during this process, we thought: why not ask their toddlers a few questions as well? As you’ll see, the kids feature so damn much in the style guide that we thought it might be nice to capture some of their personalities in other ways as well.
If you’ve ever let your child dress themselves, you’ll know they can come up with some pretty out-there ensembles. It’s usually a weird hodgepodge of fashion styles, but one thing that always seems to make its way into the mix is a bit of bling.
It’s undeniable; Kids love all things that glitter. Thankfully, there are some pretty fab styles out there that manage to pull off the metallic look without going over the top. Below are some of our fave styles and ideas for incorporating metallic colours – gold, silver, copper and more – into your kid’s outfits.
Choosing clothes for the kids can be a real hassle sometimes. You’ve got to find that perfect balance of practicality and cool – and options they’ll like enough to wear themselves. (Disclaimer: what you think is cool and they think is cool can be very different things.)
We're taking a punt at some of the emerging kids fashion trends we expect to see in 2017. The three trends we've listed below have a lot going for them - but ultimately, it's all about the comfort, colour and little details your kids will love.
Ever wanted to dress your kid in pure gold? Bobux explains the 'exclusive Bobux Luxe' range and their argument for form over function.
Check out these emerging European designers, part 4 of our fashion designer series, and inspire your
latest wardrobe collection!
There are some stellar kids artists out there, from famed illustrator Quentin Blake, whose drawings are familiar to any fan of Roald Dahl, to Eric Carle, artist of The Hungry Caterpillar and E.H. Shepard, creator of our beloved classic Winnie the Pooh. Here are some others whose prints would look wicked on your children’s walls.