From childish squabbles to youthful banter, each phase of sibling love is a bond unto life. Especially for kids, Raksha Bandhan is the time to act up, live it up and rejoice.
It’s for having brothers to dance to your tunes. While that puts things in perspective for a doting sister, your kid’s wardrobe definitely needs an expression of culture. We bring you 5 kids wear choices this Raksha Bandhan to have them sparked up and bonded.
1. Peacock Patch Patiala Set:
A classic Patiala set in brilliant yellow and fuschia is stylishly traditional. The cotton silk material sets gently against tender skin. The shimmer net dupatta with the peacock patch can be elegantly draped around the arm or pinned at the shoulder. Complete the look with comfortable jootis or Kolhapuris.
2. Mughal Multi Pathani Set:
Kurta+Vest is a winning combination for a handsome little brother! This printed vest with a soft cotton lining stands out perfectly in contrast with the regal blue of the cotton silk kurta. It is paired with a comfortable white cotton salwar. The kurta also ends above the knees to allow him to run around as he wants!
3. Key Vest with Kurta Pajama:
A light-coloured kurta pajama set is an essential part of a brother’s wardrobe. A vest of a contrasting colour on top on the kurta creates a look that appeals to every Indian festivity or celebration. This attire ranks high among kids’ ethnic wear options available anywhere. This cotton silk kurta with the brocade vest comes in two colours– choose your child’s favourite from Mint+Peach and Mint+Off White.
4. Cutwork Anarkali Set:
A stunning anarkali set in fuschia is a beautiful fit for the festival that celebrates the doting bond between a brother and a sister. This has been created by Siddhartha Tytler exclusively for the designer kids’ wear collection on Kidology. You may get this for your little girl to wear on Raksha Bandhan or even as a gift her brother can surprise her with!
5. Baby Cherri Lehenga Set: An adorable lehenga in yellow and gold that can be the perfect dress for a little sister! The flouncy lehenga bottom comes with an attached choli that stretches comfortably over the torso. The net dupatta comes with a non-abrasive embroidery patch can be pinned around the shoulder for a layered look.