Kid’s Ranges For Grown Ups.

Pint-sized Love Island champ Dani Dyer, recently flaunted an outfit on her Instagram story that was from none other than Zara Kids! The rusty ribbed ensemble looked lovely on the reality star and also happened to be a massive bargain, with the whole set coming in at less than 30 quid (see below). The range goes up to 13-14 years, so is worth checking out if you have pocket-sized proportions.  This fashion-savvy find got me thinking about what else could be available out there for smaller ladies…Screen Shot 2018-09-07 at 22.16.06

Find here 🙂

H&M Kids

This high street fave has a range specifically designed for 8-14 year old girls and while a lot of it is a bit too “cutesy” for most grown-ups to appreciate, there are a few hidden gems at great prices. It’s particularly good for everyday coats and jackets right now, so if your back and shoulders are on the narrower side it’s definitely worth a look.

 

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Browse here 🙂

J Crew Kids

Probably one of the best kids ranges out there in terms of fashionability, quality and price. Design wise, a lot of the product is aesthetically age neutral, meaning that you won’t step out of the house looking like a giant baby. The range goes all the way up to age 16 which is great if, like me, you stopped growing as soon as you hit your teens.

Especially love this stripey jumpsuit ❤

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Buy here 🙂

 

New Look Kids

Not noted for it’s quality, this fast-fashion brand can be quite hit and miss when it comes to sizing. However, their kids range currently stocks come gorgeously glam faux fur jackets- perfect for a chilly evening out. (Sorry to burst your bubble, but Summer’s officially over guys).

The whole range is fabulously inexpensive and goes up to 14-15 years, so perfect so those of us who still look like children.

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That concludes part one of my findings, but I’m intrigued to know if there’s anything else out there. Please get in touch if you’ve got any recommendations.

For more insights, please check out the rest of the blog here.

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