The Kardashians Have Finally Designed Clothing You’d Let Your Kids Wear
Whether it’s a dramatic dye job from Kim or a summer collection designed by Kendall and Kylie, the Kardashians are old pros when it comes to making waves in the fashion industry. The girls have had a collection over at Sears for some time now, but it looks like this spring they are opting to downsize their fashion collaborations… literally. Before you start preparing yourself to embrace your inner Khloe, these clothes aren’t for you. They’re for you kids. Introducing… the spring line from the Kardashian Kids collection.
Returning for its second year, the miniature spring duds, which are sold exclusively at Babies R Us, feature adorably fashionable garments for both boys and girls. When the line first debuted last year, it was placed under some heavy criticism for pleather and feather-covered pieces that at least one petition-wielding mom deemed unfit for kiddos. And while North West can often be spotted sporting pieces like dramatic furry cloaks and tiny leather jackets, the Kardashian crew (and their design team) definitely toned it down this year. Expect to find pieces like a pink and gold tulle skirt, a button-down shirt with an attached bow tie and a peter pan collared tank top.
Who knows if these charming pieces are edgy enough for North’s standards, but we can definitely see little Mason Disick matching his dad in the super dapper department in this navy suit jacket ($40).
Unlike the pricey designer duds North is known to rock, your kids won’t need millionaire parents to afford these cute clothes. This collection maxes out at $40 and even hits as low as $5 for some accessories.
We’re only left with one final question: when are these going to be made in our size?
What’s your favorite piece from the Kardashian Kids collection? Share with us in the comments below.
(Photos via @kardashiankids)
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