The holiday season we are loving all of the sweet and special clothing for our kids. One of our favorite brands, Tea Collection has a wonderful holiday collection complete with gorgeous party dresses for girls and dressy and causal outfits for boys that can be dressed up and down based on the occasion. The sweet and playful clothing from Tea Collection never disappoints and features whimsical styles for girls and boys. Featuring a Nordic inspiration from Denmark, Sweden, and Finland, the holiday collection includes fun stars, bold reds, and geometric prints ensuring that every kid will sparkle and shine over the holidays.
Here are few of our favorites:
Juniper Wrap Dress: We love this sweet dress that features their signature winter blooms in a powerful purple. The fun banded waist is classic in all Tea Collection dresses and looks crisp and polished in this fun dress.
Sparkle Stripe Leggings: Your little girl will sparkle with these striped pants. We love the shimmer and how they add a bit of shine to your child’s day.
Mode Triangle Layer Dress: This dress is wonderful for the winter and includes a bright and geometric pattern that is both flexible and fashionable.
Skinny Stretch Leggings: A basic in any child’s wardrobe, these pants are great for running around or to be worn under dresses or skirts.
Twirl Party Dress: My favorite dress is this adorable twirl one that showcases a cute dimensional look . The color simply pops and can be worn with a cute sweater as well as for spring.
Star Shirt: This updated shirt is great for a dressy look without being stuffy. Featuring stars, the shirt is light and airy for the holidays that can also be dressed up with a jacket.
Scandi Stripe Sweater Vest: Boys can dress up any shirt with this fun sweater vest. Made of soft Pima Cotton, the vest is sleek with its grey tones and stripes.
Hinterland Plaid Shirt: For the holidays or during the winter this fun shirt is a great way to stay warm with a look that is perfect for young boys.
More about the Nordic inspirations for this collection: http://www.teacollection.com/destinations-nordic
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