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Autumn Fashion Picks for Kids

August 05, 2016

Autumn Fashion Picks for Kids

As Summer begins to fade, it's time to start thinking about a new wardrobe items for Autumn. Here we've selected a few of our favourite fashion picks for little ones.

Little Indians 


Dutch company Little Indians have a fantastic range of kid's clothes and footwear that manage to look cool yet practical. Their clothes combine a neutral colour palette with funky graphics.

 Tiny Cottons


Barcelona-based store, Tiny Cottons have some beautiful designs in muted colours. With strong graphic design elements and quality tailoring, these pieces will last for years and yours will be the coolest kids on the playground.

Cosy Cloud Kids


Cosy Cloud Kids produce folk inspired, boho clothing for kids. A beautiful clothing range with delicate detailing.

Dudes and Dolls

This clothing range for 0-6-year-olds is made with GOT certified organic cotton/cotton blends. Good for the environment and great minimalist designs in mainly cool tones.

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