Young girls who step out in multi coloured knits this season are guaranteed to look great.
That’s the fashion advice from K2 and Klassy Kids at Cross Street. Girlswear labels, Catimini and Kenzo, put stylish knitwear in a rainbow of colours top of their priority lists.
Save the Queen and Roxy Girl, edgy rock chic labels normally associated with cool teens and upwards, are now available at K2 for younger rockers who already enjoy strutting their stuff in No-No, PJE, Gant for girls and Tommy Hilfiger. Pepe is a new label for both boys and girls this season.
At K2 girls can choose from several fashion themes including vintage feminine looks or new high fashion folk inspired themes.
Labels like PJE feature a rock chic look mixing cropped jackets with dresses and funky T-shirts in warm fabrics. These can be teamed with trousers or denims in a variety of washes and styles. Save the Queen’s coats are fashion statements featuring button, pocket and stitching details. In contrast coats by DKNY are in waterproof and windproof fabrics making them an investment buy.
No-No has an extensive range of mix and match outfits in vintage and sportswear jersey fabrics. Sweatshirt jackets come in a variety of lengths and are worn over dresses or skirts and tops. Leggings and scarves complete the look in a choice of khaki green, red, teal blue and striped grey.
For boys the look is cool with street labels such as Billabong and Quicksilver being much in demand. Designer labels Gant, Gaastra, Tommy and Ralph Lauren offer a smart yet easy look with collections of cords, denims and canvas teamed with sports shirts. Pepe offers an array of smart cord jackets, sweatshirts and jeans. Double layered tops by Quiksilver team well with denim jeans in a variety of washes and styles.
K2 stocks a vast array of accessories in different styles and various washes from most designer’s bags as well as luggage from Roxy and Billabong.