It doesn’t seem two minutes since the kids broke up from school and the summer holidays stretched out deliciously long before us. The weather has actually been quite sunny in the UK for once and the kids have had plenty of outdoor time doing what kids should be doing; climbing trees, digging for bugs, picking blackberries etc. But today saw the end of all that and the school run was a sorry sight of kids dragging their newly polished heels back to school. Visit us here jcpenney coupon.
Not only that but now we are in Autumn there is a definite chill in the air. I’m almost tempted to put the heating on in the evenings to warm up the children’s bedrooms but don’t want to set a precedent just yet. So instead I’m going to take advantage of the new autumn/winter clothing lines that the high streets are launching. There are some great kids knitwear designs around at the moment that are ideal for the weather crossover – you know when you pull on your woollies in the mornings only to have to shed them by the afternoon and then pull them back on in the evenings.
Layers appear to be the autumn fashion and stores such as Boden and John Lewis do lovely light jumpers and cardigans for children that can be thrown over t-shirts when the chill sets in. Woollen dresses are also great for wearing over the top of either jeans or leggings for a trendy, cool look.
Designer children’s knitwear also seem to have embrace the fearsome hoodie and turned it into a fashionable, trendy piece of clothing that is versatile and casual – perfect for autumn! I love the colours that are out at the moment too, the dark blueberry purples, ripe burgundy reds, bramley apple greens and earthy browns. They are very much the colours of autumn and bring a little cheer to the shortening days.