Sunday Street Style: American Kids' Fashion Edition
Meet 2-year-old Noah Kim (left) and Leah Kim (right) in today's Sunday Street Style - Kids-wear edition. This lucky pair of Eurasian children from America are not only born with an exotic mix of Korean and German-Italian blood making them instantly unique to begin with, but they have stylish parents to make them look cool and fashionable too.
Dressing up smart and tastefully starts from young and proud mommy Sarah Jean Kim knows just how to dress her children in smart-looking, quality, comfy casual apparel that puts most sloppily-dressed adults to shame.
Sarah is one fashion forward thinking mom. Little girls need not wear pink dresses with tutu and little boys need not wear dinosaurs or talking cars on their shirt all the time. Although children should have their fair share of having fun with ridiculously cute and cartoon character ridden apparel, one should not restrict their children to a singular variety of clothing.
Fashion is colour blind. Training your children to wear pink and pastel, girly colours all the time would be equivalent to taking all the fun out of fashion and perhaps their outlook on life too. Learning how to experiment with different colours, designs and outfits for children are important to imbuing creativity and options to these little adults in the making.
Noah's who's looking quite like a little Man is wearing a check shirt and blue jeans from Baby Gap. His all-weather workman boots are from SmartFit.
Little Leah is wearing an adorable black and white short checkerboard dress with cute contrasting red buttons on the front. Both her dress and spandex pants are from Carters. Her black boots are from Cherokee.
We hope today's post will inspire both parents and adults to continue exploring fashion and its limitless possibilities. Have fun readers!