AW16: Prep Your Child’s Wardrobe

It’s easy to see that catwalk and adult fashion trends trickle down into the childrenswear lines we see from our favourite brands, and this Autumn/Winter season is no different. Expect to see some parallels between your wardrobes and footwear collections as we look towards the upcoming months in fashion.

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Key trends to watch out for:

  • Embroidery – cute stitchwork on leather jackets and t-shirts with playful appliqued patches are an effortless everyday way to wear this trend
  • Bohemian vibes – think 1970’s buttoned cord skirts, fur gilets, beige chinos and folklore-inspired prints for the ultimate throwback style
  • Metallics – if you think metallic clothing would be unwearable, think again! This season’s childrenswear designs are overflowing with metallic silver shoes, pleated skirts and metallic shiny bomber jackets
  • Lace overlays – an utterly feminine look seen more in the summer months is seeing some longevity with lace overlay tops and lace dresses

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This season we have a whole host of wonderful possibilities to get your child autumn ready. No autumn wardrobe is complete without some luxurious knitwear and we have some lovely jumpers and cardigans which emulate the autumnal colour palette to suit the season, such as fresh coral and royal navy.

Incorporate the metallics trend easily with a pair of shoes by Young Versace which feature subtle metallic gold embellishments for a stand out look. Fendi offer some excellent floral dresses, whilst Aston Martin provides a nostalgic feel with their long sleeved shirts.

 

Get in on the trends early by taking a look at our what’s new at Chocolate Clothing for our latest arrivals.

 

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