Style tracker for kids
The latest trends and products for little ones
The latest trends for littlies
Just in time for the party season, Witchery has launched an exclusive occasionwear range featuring functional fashion with a hint of fantasy. Luxe fabrics, jewel colours and on-trend cuts are teamed with the season’s accessories. Boys’ shirts, from $55.95, and dresses, from $89.95, are available at select Witchery and David Jones stores. Visit www.witchery.com.au.
UGLY XMAS RASHIE
Embrace your inner Bridget Jones this Christmas with an ugly xmas rashie. The Cancer Council and KOZII have designed the 2016 limited edition rashie available in festive designs with either a kangaroo or koala print. Rated UPF 50+ it’s available in kids sizes six, eight and 10 for $64.95 and adults sizes XS-XXXL at $69.95. Available online at www.cancercouncilshop.org.au and Cancer Council stores Australia wide.
Hello Night’s practical and stylish sleepwear range, made from Australian merino wool and lined with organic cotton, is the ultimate in comfort. The ‘Wearable Blanket’ in soft pastels or nighttime navy allows kids to move freely and stay cosy. It’s available in sizes one to five years and priced from $89.95. Visit www. hellonightkids.com.au.
NEW KID ON THE BLOCK
Melbourne-based clothing label We Are All is for kids aged two to 12. Its first easy-to-wear collection includes sneakers, sandals and clothes featuring abstract prints and florals. Prices start from $29.95 at www.weareall.com.au.
British brand Little Hotdog Watson offers cool unisex caps and hats for newborns to five-year-olds. Its first collection, ‘Lollipop Jungle’, is named and designed to match different personalities from the ‘Explorer’ flat clap and ‘Trailblazer’ baseball cap to the ‘Adventurer’ bucket hat and ‘Cub’ hat with neck protector. Designs feature pandas, pineapples, bananas, and leopard and camo print. The hats are mosquito repellent and offer UPF 50+ protection. To order hats, $40*, visit www.littlehotdogwatson.com.