Since we’re already talking about Zara, let me show you these photos from its Mini line. They’re giving off a great deal of the Scandinavian style vibe – just beautiful!
If there’s one thing that I like about Scandinavian decor in children’s bedrooms, it’s that it allows the room to grow with the child. The Scandinavian style gives the room a playful and fun atmosphere that isn’t limited to a very young age group. You can work around a theme yet it’s easy to add and remove pieces over time because of the bright, neutral template. Princess, nature lover, or traveler? Show your kid’s personality with these designs created by H&M Home Kids. Let the adventure begins!
Simple lines, neutral tones, and soft linen and cotton fabric. The latest spring/summer offering of Spanish brand Margarite truly has the right ingredients of sweet elegance. No wonder these little ladies and gents are all smiles.
Oh, the Places You’ll Go!
by Dr. Seuss
Today is your day.
You’re off to Great Places!
You’re off and away!
You have brains in your head.
You have feet in your shoes
You can steer yourself
any direction you choose.
You’re on your own. And you know what you know.
And YOU are the guy who’ll decide where to go.
You’ll look up and down streets. Look ’em over with care.
About some you will say, “I don’t choose to go there.”
With your head full of brains and your shoes full of feet,
you’re too smart to go down any not-so-good street.
Oilily started as a children’s clothing line in 1963. With its unexpected color combinations and striking prints, the brand instantly gained fans from kids and parents alike so much so that a women’s collection and tableware line had to be introduced later on. Any chance that you’re keeping an age-reversing device in your basement? My five-year-old self would like to borrow it so that she can dress up like the little girls in the photos. Don’t worry, I’ll pay for shipping and I’ll handle it with care. I’ll even throw in a pack of chorizo when I send it back.
There are many things that I like about the Lacoste Spring/Summer 2013 collection for children. I like the muted colors. I like that the clothes are sporty (as one would expect from Lacoste) and very appropriate for kids. I like that they look smart without being fancy nor constrictive. But the best thing about this collection, I must admit, is that the looks are so easy to replicate with cheaper brands. Also, I think that we grown-up women can pick up an inspiration or two from the little ladies here (Hint: T-shirt dress with sneakers is love!).
How adorable is this photo shoot from Spanish brand Bobo Choses? A good deal, I know. And don’t you just love how loose-fitting the clothes are? The Spring/Summer 2013 collection was inspired by an imaginary grocery owned by Jean Gustav, a friendly and perpetually hatted elephant. I stumbled upon this brand only yesterday and, boy, it got me at hello! The truth is, as much as I try to be the serious adult that I should be at my age, “cute and charming” would always be my comfort zone. Welcome to Petit Grocery Jean Gustav.