As the wedding season sets in, those lehengas, sherwanis, gowns and all that shimmery kids wedding wear in the wardrobe spring back to life. While you may have some classics stocked up, kids always love scaling up every now and then. So, how do you go about amping up your kid’s wardrobe?
Here are a few ‘kid-proof’ ways to get on top of wardrobe dilemmas this wedding season:
Not only do you want your kids to stay comfy, but you also want them equally smart and chirpy at the wedding. That’s where we step in with a line of trendy and snug baby girls lehenga cholis, anarkalis, suits, boys’ kurtas, dhoti pants, and sherwanis. Winters are ideal to flaunt some regal silks and satins; deep, rich colours like red, green, blue, fuchsia, grey and gold make for a bold winter statement.
Elbow Room Is Fun
A wedding is perfect for kids to have a taste of the playground. Don’t be surprised if you find your little one showing off some soft kick- boxing moves on the dance floor. That’s where all the fun lies for them and comfortable wedding dresses that allow enough elbow room for free movements are therefore what you should be looking at!
Pack a change
Take a kid out for longer than a few hours, and a few spills and bathroom ‘accidents’ are inevitable. And when an outing runs as long as Indian weddingsnormally do, it wouldn’t hurt one bit to keep a change handy.
Getting spotted in the same outfit at an event may be a no-no, but that doesn’t mean you shop every time a wedding comes calling. You got to be on the ball – a good strategy to change their look is bringing accessories into play. Shoes, jewellery, stoles and hats are excellent to mix-and-match, reinvent the wheel and jazz up their outfits without having to spend much.