Progress within social and educational learning environments, in contemporary times, has incurred various additional expenses on parents around the world. One such disbursement falls into the category of parents having to buy and assemble a wardrobe for their children that tends to their child’s various clothing needs. Kids need a variety of different attires ranging from everyday casual wear to semi-formal and formal clothes for school events, birthday parties, carnivals, play-dates, etc. Following are some ideas on how to mix and match your child’s existing clothes for different social events:
- First, it is imperative for you to let go of the original sets of clothes as you initially purchased them. Only once this is achieved can you truly visualize and allow your imagination and creativity to pick and choose from different sets to fashion a brand-new outfit for your child.
- Subsequently, you must create a separate pier of basics which include black/gray/navy blue or denim lowers (shorts or pants for boys and jagging’s or skirts for girls). This easily allows you to pick and choose colorful or sophisticated tops that would easily complement this pre-decided bottom wear.
- Also, don’t be afraid of mixing and matching different colors. You can create various outfits for your child by only playing with colors. Both bright colors (such as yellows and pinks) and subdued colors (such as navy blue and mauve) can easily be pulled off with a pair of basic, neutral bottoms. Similarly, you can play with some rare colors such as tea pink and maroon!
- Another anecdote is to stock up on patterned tops and bottoms. Patterns look great when paired with a simple color picked from within the pattern. Imagine how great checkered pants would look with a simple white or black t-shirt.
- It is important that you look out for discount offers as well as seasonal sales in and around your location to help save up on additional expenditure. You can purchase t-shirts from end-of-summer sales and pair them with plain jackets or sweaters during winters or use a few inners or t-shirts to layer-up your child for the cold weather.
6. Finally, accessorize! Assemble a collection of accessories to help you create fun and colorful looks for your little one. Accessories can range from cute flip-flops to bright pumps; jewelry, wristwatches, beanies, caps, funky hair-ties and hairpins, sunglasses, badges and even complementary knapsacks/bags.