Going Dutch
Here's how to get the no fuss style of Euro designers locally, and on a budget.

Nov 05, 2012 10:47
by Missy


These amazing Summer 12 collections from Dutch designer Kids Case got us thinking. What is it about the paired back, minimal pallette that really works for kids? Sure, the less-is-more style looks totally hip, but it's the no-iron, wash-and-go sensibility that really appeals. But not suprisingly, this laid back often crinkly fashion comes with a high price tag imported from European designers. So here's how to get the look shopping locally in Australia, and on a budget. 2. Stock up on denim and chambray, it should be (evenly) distressed, preferably grey. 3. Go for simple block colour, choose indigo blue, faded coral, 4. Stripes rule, especially neon on white, grey on black, blue on grey. 5. Keep it simple with minimal accessories, sandles or sneakers. 6. Unisex is cool, girls look great wearing boys shorts, short sleeve shirts, jackets. 7. Save your energy, put away your iron, make friends with crinkles. The first images are from Kids Case, following, you'll find similar items from local Australian stores.

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