A new year means new fashions, and once your bank balance has recovered from Christmas you might want to treat the kids to a wardrobe refresh.
When you shop for kid’s clothes at George you can be sure of getting the latest trends at the lowest possible prices. You’ll also benefit from the ASDA 100 Day Guarantee, which means that you have up to 100 days to return a George item, if you wish to.
Pack the kids into the car and head off on a shopping trip to ASDA. Or, if that sounds like way too much hard work, simply gather them around the sofa for an online shopping spree at Asda.com. Here are some ideas to get you started:
Forget pink for your little girl – we’re sure she’s got enough of that already! This spring, it’s all about zesty, fresh colours such as apple greens and lemon yellows. The Baby Fruit Range is perfect, combining fruity patterns with bold navy and white stripes. Choose from dress and leggings sets, all in ones and separates – and there’s even a cute fleece lined jacket to match!
Character clothing is going super strong for spring 2013 so indulge your tot! The Muppets Collection at George is bright, bold and ideal for little boys, including comfy joggers, hoodies and bodysuits.
For little girls you’ll find an adorable Thumper range, combining grey and pink for a sweet yet modern look. For toddling tots, comfort is paramount, so choosing ranges such as these made from soft cotton, is ideal.
From 5 to 10 yrs your little one will quickly become not quite so little! Be led by your child as to their likes and dislikes when it comes to clothes. After all, it’s no good filling their wardrobes with outfits that they won’t want to wear.
For boys, superheroes and other cool characters are likely to bring a smile to little faces, so treat them to some fun tops. SpongeBob Squarepants, Superman, Spiderman and Sonic the Hedgehog continue to be popular, whereas new kid on the block Angry Birds has a huge following. Just add comfy joggers or jeans for easy style that will keep both the kids and you happy.
Pre-teens are really starting to find their own style and may have very strong ideas on what they will and won’t wear. Mini versions of grown-up fashions – leggings, shirt dresses and graphic print tops, for example – are usually popular with girls. The latest trend for patterned leggings is an inexpensive one to buy into, so treat your little madam to hearts, butterflies, floral or jewels from just £3.
Label conscious teens can quickly cost you a fortune, so make sure that you stock them up with the basics as cheaply as possible. For girls, leggings, denim shorts and patterned tees are a safe bet, whereas for boys, jeans and zip up hoodies shouldn’t be sniffed at. Encourage them to mix special designer items and unbranded clothing for a stylish look that won’t hurt your bank balance.
You don’t need to spend a fortune to keep kids looking cool. Whatever their age, you’ll find kid’s clothes to keep them happy at George.