Friday, December 4, 2015

Classic Kids Trends for the Holiday Season from Zulily!

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From family dinners to the annual holiday card, there are a variety of reasons to get your little ones dressed up this holiday season. Old fashion statements such as smocking, are coming back big this season – thanks to the ever-fashionable Prince George. Today’s smocking looks are made fresh and new with novelty prints and details, but the classic silhouettes remain the same. 




For all those parents wondering how to dress their children for the holiday festivities this year, we’ve tapped zulily’s kids fashion expert, Shawn Redman, to compile a few traditional holiday looks to keep your kids stylish this holiday season. Here are her tips:
·      It’s no surprise Smocking is back and better than ever. For example, you’ll see Prince George donning woven, tailored styles that represent an emergence of a more sophisticated look. Pair a smocked tee with pants (or a playsuit for an infant) for a classic holiday look.
·      Bishop Dresses are another timeless silhouette that highlight smocking along the neckline, creating a sweet, softer look. For little girls, I love traditional red Bishop dresses with an embroidered holiday motif on the yoke (i.e. Christmas trees, Santa, poinsettias, snowmen).  You can style it with tights and patent leather Mary Janes.
·      Rompers, Playsuits, and Bubbles: These are classic one-piece garments that are perfect festive finery for infants. Style them for girls with a matching hair bow.  For Boys, you can pair them with oxfords or slip-ons with knee high socks.
·      John Johns are another classic holiday look for boys. They can be layered with crisp white shirt or turtleneck and paired with lace-up oxfords.





At online retailer zulily, shoppers have something new to discover each morning including apparel & accessories, home d├ęcor, toys, gifts and more. Be sure to check back often on zulily.com or their mobile app to get the best deals for the whole family this holiday season.




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