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Festive season kids special: Style up your kids with these fashion trends

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These days style is not just meant for young people as children and teenagers also have desire to dress up elegantly for different occasions. There are various hot trends recommended by experts for styling children in formal as well in traditional attires.

Here, we list down latest festive season style trends advised for pre-teens.

Classic attire- Girls are conscious for their style and look that too from a very young age and they like to explore a lot of stuff available in market. If your little angel never worn a traditional attire then you can choose one dress from plenty of traditional dresses like designer lahengas, salwar kameez, shraras with long jacket, anarkali suits in peppy color and variety of fabrics like nets, brocades, georgettes and silks.

Sassy Dress up- If your ‘stylemilo’ princess feels uncomfortable to carry those heavy traditional dresses then you can choose western dress in formal silhouettes which will glorify her wardrobe. This will light up your princess elegantly.

Dress smart- You can pick up from a vast range of glittery dresses like jumpsuits, glitzy tops, party wear dresses and gowns. This versatile attire can be carried in any function and will glimmer your little divas look.

Trendy one: These days boys are giving tough competition to girls when it comes to fashion and style. Dress up your junior differently by styling them with sherwani suit or dhoti kurta dress set which will give him a mesmerizing look.

Swagger attire: A most advised option for boys is to opt for a well-fitted jeans or trousers with a band collar shirt and Nehru jacket. Nehru jackets available in velvet give a charismatic look to your junior.

Take your time to dress-up: It would be preferred to plan the whole wardrobe in advance than to cause menace in last moment and distort your attire in rush. You can team up some accessories that go with your dresses which would play a vital role to make your child shine like a star this festive season.

By Ila Kazmi

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