Spring Summer Kidswear Trend Report

Canadian spring may be a tad late this year — or every year for the matter, but let’s face it, that has never, and will never stop us. We’re officially bidding adieus to heavy weight and multiple layers of clothing as we usher in the season of shorts, dresses, swimsuits and sandals. Give your spring summer wardrobe a facelift with our hottest trend guideline below:

1.) Contemporary graphic prints
Abstract prints seen from last season’s runway toned down to its contemporary and more wearable version. The bold, nonpictorial combination of colors and patterns morphed into geometric prints that often resembles inspiration from dadaism and surrealism.

2.) Millenial Pink and Gen Z Yellow
The ages of Mean Girls , Think Pink and Clueless modernized into one generation. This season’s color trends which we coined Vintage Contemporary highlights a series of toned down shades of pink, yellow and orange. Initially seen in architecture and interior design trends in the past couple of years in which the fashion industry follows.

3.) Ruffles and Pleats
It’s not much of a surprise to see that ruffles and pleats are still on the hype, much like the previous season. Unlike other trends, these are here to stay. These classic details give clothing a timeless and sophisticated look. Ruffles and pleats are a designer’s favorites as they are versatile and can be used in infinite number of ways.

4.) Lightweight Natural Fabrics
Our skin, specially children’s, can only take so much fabric as the temperature goes up. Obviously heavy wool is not an option for a sunny day at the beach so opt for lighter and more breathable natural fabrics like cotton and linen — they’re comfortable, stylish and eco-friendly. It’s a win-win.

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