What Should Be a Children’s Closet?

First of all, the cut should be simple, with a measure of freedom, but not too voluminous, which also makes it difficult to move. For girls – these are dresses and sundresses on the basque, A-silhouette or straight. Small neat collars of shirts and blouses (no matter whether with sharp or rounded corners). If the collar is big, then necessarily of soft, delicate fabric. For boys, the best option for pants is a dungaree. Pants and skirts for children are better on an elastic band, and not on a rigid belt with a buckle.

First of all, the cut should be simple, with a measure of freedom, but not too voluminous, which also makes it difficult to move. For girls – these are dresses and sundresses on the basque, A-silhouette or straight. Small neat collars of shirts and blouses (no matter whether with sharp or rounded corners). If the collar is big, then necessarily of soft, delicate fabric. For boys, the best option for pants is a dungaree. Pants and skirts for children are better on an elastic band, and not on a rigid belt with a buckle.

Maxi length is not desirable, even in dressy clothes and clothes for special occasions (for example, for the wedding of an older sister or favorite aunt) is better to choose a length not below the ankle. Such a length is very problematic on adult women and girls, but looks very cute on girls.

Mini should also be childish, i.e. short skirts should not be tight or straight, but pleated or flared.

Fabrics should be pleasant to the touch, hygroscopic, breathable, cool in summer and warm in winter.

Colors should be clean, light and bright. Drawings should be sympathetic to the child, but not “shouting” child.

Shoes with a physiological “heel” (wide, height of 1-1.5 cm), i.e. not on a flat sole and not on a heel, must not be tight.

“Let childhood mature in children.”

A person has the right to live out his childhood, to express himself childishly, to play, to spoil, to cry (but only about the ball in the river) and to laugh, to fully enjoy this carefree time. And, of course, the clothes should not overshadow this holiday. Otherwise, at a mature (sometimes very mature) age, he will try to make up for lost time and it will look ridiculous.

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