Unique Kids Clothes; Double-Sided Plaid Jeans by Ra-re

October 31, 2008

double-sided plaid denim trouser boys by Ra-reRare The Kid is one of our favorite European Kids Clothes design houses in Italy because of their innate ability to take looks off their runway and translate them into totally wearable pieces. The offspring of the sensational Nolita Pocket for girls, Rare The Kid has been making headlines in European Kids fashion press ever since its inception. We love their Winter Collection’s Double-Sided Plaid Jeans because of its versatility; Wear them all winter long and roll them up come summertime to reveal the contrasting inner plaid. These jeans are truly a piece great for wearing year round!






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