These top baby clothing trends for 2020 are brought to you by Precious April
We live in an age where social media is dominated by influencers, celebrities and mummy bloggers. By simply sharing one photo of their baby or child, they have the power to make the rest of us go crazy for the latest styles and trends in kids’ clothing.
So what are the predicted baby clothing trends for 2020? With 2019 coming to a close, we take a look at the big things in baby wear for next year.
Sustainable clothing and practices
With all the talk of climate change, 2020 will feature a huge shift in the way we think about clothing, especially children’s clothing. Babies grow so quickly that they wear an outfit a few times, or never, before it goes into storage, or sadly, is thrown out. To reduce textile waste, 2020 will bring plenty of efforts to extend the life of clothing by buying and selling and reusing, plus plenty of reusable bags, recyclable and biodegradable packing.
While it’s tempting too, to buy mass produced items from the big department stores, instead think about investing in some top quality items that will last longer, can be passed onto another family and simply look fantastic.
This trend was started in late 2018 by Kim Kardashian and shows no signs of slowing down. Mothers and daughters stepping out in the same outfit has become big business, with big-name brands getting in on the action. This trend tends to appear every few years, so have a go, just for fun, before it becomes so 2019
Haute Couture…for babies?
Haute Couture translates to ‘high fashion’ and refers generally to exclusive, custom-fitted clothing. But can you really justify buying high fashion for your little ones? Apparently, some parents can, with the emergence of ‘high fashion’ for babies and children. With the Chinese market booming, expect the trend to make its way to Australian shores soon.
Ruffles are another trend that tend to pop up every few years. Ruffles are a popular addition to clothing all year round - think thick socks, pants and long sleeves in the cooler months, and dresses, skirts, short sleeves, summer socks and even another trend - the jumpsuit - in the warmer months.
The rise of organise clothing, bedding and accessories has been on the up for some time. Organic clothing is free from toxic chemicals, pesticides and attitudes that are so often used to produce clothing. Babies have the most delicate skin, so the less exposure to these harmful chemicals, the better. Organic is overall better for the environment and for your child’s health.
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