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Staying Cool: How To Dress Your Kids Stylishly

by Terrier Agency on December 02, 2020

Let’s not kid ourselves, dressing in style makes us feel good. If your little ones like the way they look, you might just see a big increase in their confidence. What’s the harm in bringing them up with a taste for chic clothing either? To help you out, here’s a few ways to dress your kids right.


Comfort

Of course - for any toddler, dressing comfortably should be the first thing on your mind. We all know how active kids are, so always ensure they can climb, run and play without any trouble. Even if your child wants to dress in something truly out there, you won’t want them ruining their special dress at that fancy occasion.. Finding that balance between comfort and style is crucial when dressing your kids.


Weather dresser

Dressing for the weather isn’t just for the adults. Whether you’re giving your little one’s a cute, bright yellow cagoule when it’s raining cats and dogs or big hats when the days start to get warmer, bearing the weather in mind is all part of the fun. For those cold, wintry days we’d suggest finding some adorable little mittens and three in one coats so that they have all bases covered.


Think ahead

When you’re buying some cool clothes for your kids, always bear in mind that their next growth spurt is probably just around the corner. Future proofing is hard, but it’s always best to buy some a size or two above their normal measurements. That way they can make the most out of those stylish clothes they love and not have to drop them too early. If you’ve got more than one toddler, make sure to hand them down!


Let them loose

At the end of the day, the kids are the ones wearing the clothes. Make sure to get them involved in the shopping process so that they can start to develop their own taste in fashion. This also gives you a better idea of what colours and styles they prefer when you’re next shopping for them.


Whether they’re dressed in dungarees, denim or delightful t-shirts, kids fashion can bring endless enjoyment. Cultivating your children’s fashion sense is a satisfying and rewarding part of their growth - so take them on a tour of the shops today!

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