When dressing your kids, there are more pressing issues than styling them like a Crewcuts model. Like, oh, can they move?
Which is why we love KooChooLoo, a new collection of essentials for babies, boys, and girls.
Constructed with kids’ bodies in mind, the pants, tees, rompers, and dresses adhere to a no-restrictions design philosophy. Shoulder buttons on T-shirts make it easy for heads to slip through, and dresses with soft, thin linings don’t feel too stiff for playdates.
Stretchy fabrics, Supima cotton, and roomy armholes let kids jump, shimmy, and roll, while European styling keeps them from looking like schleps. In fact, we sent Little Miss Preschool off in the balloon dress and after a morning of monkey bars and jumping jacks, she still looked presentable enough for a party.
Available online at koochooloobaby.com, $29-$73.
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Photos: Courtesy of Koo Choo Loo; Courtesy of Bambeeno Cashmere
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