Spring Children’s Clothes; Boys Rain Coat by Simple Kids

April 13, 2009

April showers bring May flowers, so while we we wait for the sights and sounds of Spring transitioning into Summer, appropriate rain gear is a must. With the unpredictable weather forecasts and sudden thunderstorms that appear to come without warning, it’s hard not to send your kids off to school without something to repel the rain. We love this kid’s raincoat by Simple Kids because while it does a great job of keeping the wearer dry, it doesn’t look like a heavy duty raincoat, which makes it perfect for any weather. The relaxed styling of this kids rain coat makes it a snap to pair with a pair of cool jeans and a tee.

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