Thursday, September 9, 2010


Even young tots can have a fashion statement that is uniquely their own. As parents, you must be there to guide them with their choices.

But this doesn’t mean that you will meddle with regards to the choices that they will make on children’s fashion. Children have their own preferences and meaning as to what is beautiful and what will look perfect on them.
You can still help your kids with their choices. The first thing that you have to remember is that you must not say anything negative with the things that they seem to love so much.

You definitely don’t want to get into a lengthy discussion about what your kids want to wear. In any way, they will win the battle in the end.

You must point them to the right direction. Give them options as to the latest in terms of trends and fashion. You can suggest that such colors may suit their skin tone or that certain styles will fit their body type right.

Cowgirl and country-inspired styles are still trendy. This look’s essentials include neutrals (such as beige and brown), earth tones (like brick), other warm shades, denim, corduroy, suede, and bandanas. Of course, this look would never be complete without the right pair of cowboy boots. These boots look great with a nice pair of jeans, a country-inspired dress, or a suede or denim skirt.
For chilly weather, young girls look great in layered clothing. The key thing to remember for this style is using the right texture and fabric. For casual layers, mix knitwear or fleece with cotton tees and comfy jeans or cords. If you want a dressier look, go with textured fabrics like velvet and tweed and layer them with smoother fabrics such as silk. This look’s must-haves are ponchos, shrugs, legwarmers, scarves, and sweaters.

They must feel like you are giving them the option to decide on their own while they were still young.

This will have a lot of impact on them as they grow old. Soon enough, they will no longer be kids.

So you must enjoy such period when they are still fond of ponytails and graphic tees

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