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STYLE GUIDE | ISSUE 02
Even with all the hot trends, we're seeing this season, there's always a place for hand-me-downs and timeless pieces in micro fashion. Achieve truly unique looks by mixing the old and new, traditional and quirky, relaxed and electric! These stylish mamas run through what features in their little one's wardrobe.
I love layering, mixing colours and ribbed fabrics. Lots of soft and comfortable clothing which still looks very stylish but keeps children looking young and not older than their years. I buy what suits them and our style - and I know it instantly when shopping online. At the moment I am loving beiges, browns, and greens on Harlen and lots of knitwear. I like to have a selection of clothing that is suited colours to each season. I absolutely love autumnal colours, it’s my favourite season.
I love to recycle and reuse so my initial thoughts when purchasing clothes are usually 'can it be passed down?', and ‘will they like wearing it?’. We especially have lots of mint and greens. I love it because it's unisex and I can pass clothes form my daughter to my son, and they love it. With their Indikidual clothes, they often like pointing out little things in the print or counting the characters in the design which adds an element of fun.
I dress both my girls fairly differently, to suit their own style preferences, but above everything else- it has to be comfortable! Florence has lots of unisex, graphic pieces, lots of colour and slogan sweatshirts. I like putting her in dungarees or leggings most of the time- she’s constantly on the go, and I don’t want her to be restricted by clothing or footwear. Marnie wears much more girlie pieces with frills, florals and a more muted colour palette such as dusky pink, cream and grey.
I love lots of prints and designs so there's some colour there, but other than that I think I tend to go for classic or clothes with a retro feel. I try to go for clothing items that will work together and I also try to steer away from designs that are too stereotypically geared towards boys or girls.
Children develop their own sense of style and expression of their individuality from a very young age. Embrace it. Whether it be pastels or bolds, geometric or floral- your little miss or mister is bound to have an opinion. Let them experiment with colours, textures and patterns- and you’re sure to see their own tastes develop!
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