Pink parrot print bikini | USA flag denim shorts | Multi print wedge sandals | Multi coloured parrot print vest | Mint green sheer sleeveless dress | Rainbow coloured dipped hem maxi dress | Floral zip front bralet | White and turquoise lace short | Aztec print gilet | Penguin shortie pyjama set | Pastel aztec print jersey skater dress | Candy neon garland All from newlook.com
Children and teens these days dress up surprisingly stylishly, with the likes of celebrity babies such as Suri Cruise heading the bunch. Honestly, when I was younger, I wore denim floral overalls and Doctor Martens shoes, courtesy of my mum's styling. But as we grow older and become the main decision makers of our own outfits, I think I got a little off in my teenage years and wore mostly t-shirt and shorts... Such a waste of my youth *sighs* As social media evolves and people come into contact with the Internet earlier, the young 'uns would be more easily involved and influenced in the latest trends. As a result, take a look at the new collections of New Look or other retail stores and you can see that children/teens clothing have become more and more influenced by the latest trends -- Pastels, floral, dip-dye etc.
Which makes me all the more excited as these clothing would be priced lower with the same styling as you would find in a women's clothing line, albeit with a playful touch. And thank goodness my body has stopped growing since 13 and I can wear their 13-15 y/o clothing.
I found all the pieces above from New Look, some of which are on sale! Aren't they quite stylish and acceptable for a 20-year-old to wear? (Please say yes so I don't feel like a child...) The floral bralet was manufactured in the exact same design for adults but I guess the smaller version would provide a better fit for people who are more petite. And penguin PJs! No one will judge you when you are sleeping in your own room anyway and you can feel like a child again.
Can you guess which ones I would purchase? Also, which are your favourite pieces?