Mumbai: Diwali is an exciting time for children and for their style-conscious parents. For parents who are looking to dress up their kids in fashionable looks such as mini kurtas, bandhgalas and More, here’s a look at what’s trending this festive season.
Pinks, purples, yellows and blues – pick a salwar kameez, lehenga choli or anarkali gown in this festive colour palate. K&U offers adorable kutras printed with dancing fish, rose embellishments and more at a minimum of 30% off.
Bows, Ruffles and Roses
Your little girl is made of sugar, spice and everything nice. This Diwali, dress her up in ruffles and roses, belted dresses and bows. Find dresses that cover the full spectrum from cutesy to girly from brands including PSPeaches and Bella Moda at flat 50%-70% off.
Older kids will love Nauti & Nati’s wide range of printed frocks, embellished shrugs, uber-cool shirts and comfy dungarees all available flat 60% discount.
You could also try the lady-like dresses and big boy shirts from UFO, available at flat 60% off.
You can’t go wrong with a smart pair of denims. Dress your kid in a brand-new pair (from Levi’s, available at 60% off) and pair it with an uber cool kurta or shirt from UFO. Also stock up on their essentials – shirts, shorts and & t-shirts from Levi’s, all at flat 60% off, with hoodies at Rs. 999
Prep to keep your kids safe when the temperature drops. Dress them up in some stylish winter wear from US Polo at 40% off.
A perfect outfit is incomplete without a matching pair of shoes. Pick from a wide range of footwear brands like Kittens, Lilliput and more for shoes at up to 30% – 50% off.
If you’ve still not found what your kids are looking for, take a look and shop from Westside & Toonz for essentials starting from Rs 199.
That’s not all! Shop for a wide range of apparel, gadgets, footwear, appliances, and bags at mind-blowing prices, at the month long festive sale started from October 10, 2017.
So, head to TataCLiQ.com NOW!
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