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Latest Trends in Kids Clothing That will rock this Dussehra

Latest Trends in  Kids Clothing That will rock this Dussehra

The most awaited time of the year- The months of October and November bring in a lot of reasons to rejoice in the form of back-to-back festivals. This festive fervour begins with a shopping spree for every member of the house, to show up in your best manner in any party or celebration. Every year there’s something new and trendy in clothing that hits the markets just before the festive season. 

Since the long-awaited time has already rung in, and Dussehra, almost knocking on the door, you would definitely want to know the latest styles and trends in kidswear that will make your choice of clothes easy and well defined. Parents often get confused with children’s party wear so to make it less hectic for you, we are getting you plenty of ideas to dress your doll for the day.

Before you go ahead with searching the market to buy children’s dresses for parties, check out the amazing party wear dress ideas that are remarkably comfortable and come in lively colors and unique designs that make your girls look like a princess. Perhaps, you need to make your kids steal the show on this Dussehra.

Here’s a recommendation of the outfits that will perfectly suit this traditional occasion and come with a very safe range of fabrics.

The Festive palazzo Set: Palazzos are loose pants that offer comfort of movement and breathability. Pairing up the palazzo with different kinds of uppers such as- high low hem tops, tunic style upper, crop top, etc and complementing it with a matching dupatta is the most trendy outfit in vogue these days. Let the ethnicity seep in this year with stylish flowy fabrics and embellished designs that will give a gleaming touch to your little girl’s persona.

The Dazzling Modern Lehenga:  Lehenga, the traditional Indian flared skirt has undergone countless experiments to make it different in look and appearance. Peplum style choli or layered choli with one off shoulder cape, etc are the new trends that have given a modern touch to the basic midriff upper. Also playing around with the gheras and dupatta styles have led to transformation of this ensemble. They are not only stylish but also comfortable.

The Dynamic Sharara Dress: Shararas are a fusion of two cultures and that makes them even more loved. Fitted upto the knees and flared beyond it till the ankle, this unique pant can be paired with any type of upper- frock style, long knee length kurti, torso length choli and so on. You can also opt for a dupatta for your little girl, which is optional. Style the look with colorful jutis to make it an ethnic festive dress.

The Ruffled up Saree: Saree isn’t the top choice for kids in the minds of parents due to the notion of their difficult handling. But, kids sarees are way more comfortable to carry than you thought. They are ready made, with fully stitched pleats, easy to drape. They come in vibrant colors. Go for solid shades with a sequin blouse, and ruffled bottom to rock that pretty little woman look. 

The evergreen Fusion gown:  A princess look with a pretty indo western gown is here to stay as a fashion trend for many more years.nTheycom in many designs and cuts, with pretty embellishments that are admirable. Go for a stylish fusion look pairing it with a head accessory and cute little bellies. 

 It’s time to rediscover fashion with the ethnic dresses for your beautiful girl. Get her all the compliments, by shopping for trendy traditional wear on and make this Dussehra a memorable one for your baby girl.

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