Street trend: Boho baby

With Electric Picnic just around the corner, there’s still time to kit the smallies out for some field-friendly music. 

Think festival-friendly favourites like floral garlands, smocked dresses and super cute moccasins.


Silhouette and fabric go hand-in-hand. Look to easy-to-wear shapes and fuss-free fabric from soft cotton to stretchy jersey.

Too young to remember Woodstock? Channel the vagabond summer vibe with tonnes of texture: patchwork prints, denim and suede all make perfect BFFs.

Street trend: Boho baby

Get your kicks on Kickstarter by funding fashion start-ups like PB&J Threads who’ve parlayed their eco-friendly ethos into a line of credible kids’ accessories.

When in doubt? Bright and bold leggings, tunic tops and solid boots. Add a mini army jacket and don’t forget the novelty sunglasses.


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