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School's IN Session: Cool Kids Fashion Trends Ruling the Playground

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School's IN Session: Cool Kids Fashion Trends Ruling the Playground

Ever heard the phrase 'all dressed up and nowhere to go'? Not the case with our trendy tots! School days are no longer just for learning their ABCs and 123s — they're the new fashion runway.

1. The Edgy Athleisure Trend

Let's be real. Who doesn't love a comfy and fashionable outfit? Sweatshirts, joggers, and trainers are not just for gym class. They're strutting their way into classrooms with vibrant colors and funky patterns. Brands like Nike and Adidas are the frontrunners in this trend. However, smaller made-for-kids brands like Rockets of Awesome are climbing their way up.

2. The Revival of Vintage

Everything old is new again, or so they say. The retro trends are making a comeback but with a modern twist. Distressed denim, plaid skirts, oversized band tees — paired with bubblegum and hopscotch. Iconic denim brands like Levi's and Wrangler are mixing up to make vintage cool.

3. Going Green - Sustainable Fashion

Who said environmental education is just for textbooks? Kids are wearing this lesson on their sleeves. Literally! Organic cotton, bamboo fiber, and recycled plastic are the playground's latest fad, painting a greener picture of fashion's future. Brands such as Mini Rodini and Susukoshi are turning heads with their sustainable collections.

4. Quirky Graphic Tees

Forget passing notes! Kids are making statements with their tees. From witty one-liners to cute character prints, graphic tees are the voice of the playground. Brands like GAP Kids and Zara Kids are hot on this trend.

5. The Reign of Unicorns and Rainbows

If Unicorn is a country, any school would be its capital city. From shoes, T-shirts, to backpacks, Unicorns and Rainbows have taken over. Expect brands like H&M Kids and Justice to be the key players.

Remember, mama bear, fashion is not just about mimicking adult trends. It's also about comfort, individuality, and fun.

So, not a 'fasHUN' parent? No worries! As long as you're not dressing your little one in disco flares and a petticoat — you should be safe. And heck, even if you do, they just might become the trendsetter of their class!