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MANKii Vintage Vintage stuff and accessories for ladies, men and kids from the 40s-90s.

Gormannstr. 16, 10119 Berlin

children's clothes from Berlin Luckily, the times in which children had to wear their older siblings' hand-me-downs are over. In fact, quite the opposite is is true today, as the adult maxim “you are what you wear” has now reached children's fashion. It's a shame that so many children are wearing identical clothes. There are two main tendencies in current children's fashion: One is the customary look such as shirts and sweaters with prints of cars and pirates on them for boys, or trousers with pink glitter embroidery for girls; the other is to follow the styles that have been made acceptable by Hollywood parents. This can include children's shoes with heels, or designer rompers or onesies. But whether it is for financial reasons or ideological ones, very few parents are willing to spend a fortune on designer clothes for their children, since they grow out of them in only a few months. Nonetheless, a lot of children appreciate individuality, and it has become totally acceptable for children have a say when it comes to choosing their clothes. Our clothes are supposed to express our personalities, even children know that, and Berlin is the place to go for fashion-forward parents looiking to find shops for kids' fashion. The latest kids' fashion at affordable prices are to be found there, and there are some truly one-of-a-kind items to be found. Berlin is also a great place to shop for those who do not want their child's clothes to have been manufactured by children of the same age in third world countries. While numerous large fashion chains make headlines on the news due to their inhumane working conditions, in Berlin many young designers establish themselves apart from mainstream. These designers are mindful of fair manufacturing conditions, as well as the importance of having production sites in Germany. After all, high-quality workmanship always enjoys a good international reputation. But this is true for any high-quality cloths, not just those which are made in Germany. The bottom line is, nobody wants T-Shirts from discount shops which will be faded or even damaged after only a few cycles in the washing machine. More and more, there are shops springing up in Berlin which place value on selling ecologically and ethically correct kids' fashion for fair prices without sacrificing quality 
So much for the theory. What exactly is this season's trend in children's fashion? As a general rule, it is kids' fashion that looks more and more like adult fashion; these days, some pieces of clothing look like they came right out of mum's or dad's closet, only a few sizes smaller. For girls, purple is the trendy colour, especially when it's a bright and loud shade (which works very well in combination with black.) Speaking of combinations, another trend in kids' fashion is pastel shades which work very well with similar shades, as well as with classic beige. Fashion-conscious boys are favouring bright shades worn in concert with dark blue or gray. In young boys' fashion, casual clothes are currently all the rage; most of them wouldn't even trade their sneakers or trainers for smart low shoes.

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