Fall 2014 Trend: Sporty - Estella

Fall 2014 Trend: Sporty

September 10, 2014

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Our final top trend for fall/winter 2014 in baby & children’s fashion: sporty! We’ve all seen this trend in women & men’s fashion the past few seasons, with designers pairing sweats with heels or evening wear with sneakers, and the trend has now translated into kidswear. We like it on a down-to-earth level for kids (what’s more comfortable for kids than sweats?), but love how designers like NUNUNU, Soft Gallery, & Boy + Girl keep the trend fresh & modern with bold prints, unique silhouettes, and fun colors.






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