What’s in your new suit shorts?
This summer, a new breed of young people are heading out for the summer.
These shorts are so popular, they’re being stocked in stores across the UK, where they’re selling for as little as £2.50.
And they’re making their way into children’s playrooms.
“We’ve had quite a few children come in with shorts they didn’t know what they were getting into, and they’ve just been really excited to try them out,” says Claire McKeown, who runs the online clothing shop, Journeys.
The shorts are a new trend for kids, says Claire.
“They’ve become such a part of the summer that they’ve become quite fashionable, and are becoming quite a popular item for children.”
What you need to know about kids’ clothes You may have heard of ‘kids’ shorts, but there’s no shortage of kids’ outfits in the UK these days.
“Kids’ clothing for kids is very popular, and it’s very hard to get children’s clothing out of the house,” says Ms McKeoad.
“I’ve seen it at a number of different stores, and I’ve also seen it in a lot of kids clothing shops,” she says.
“Most of them are stockings, and some of them also have socks and some have boots.” “
In many shops, kids’ shorts are available for under £1. “
Most of them are stockings, and some of them also have socks and some have boots.”
In many shops, kids’ shorts are available for under £1.
“It’s a really good thing, as they’re getting their clothes ready for summer, and kids can be out for a bit, and get ready to get dressed,” says Marie Daley, the store’s marketing manager.
“But they’re also good for getting clothes for school, so it’s a good way to have a little bit of fun and enjoy the summer,” she adds.
‘Fancy’ clothing and accessories What about those trendy accessories?
Ms Mckeown says she has had a lot in the last year.
“For the last few years I’ve had a good amount of kids wear hats, hats, jackets, boots,” she said.
“In some shops, it’s been all the jackets, jackets and shorts.”
I’ve got hats for girls, but a lot are just really fancy, and there’s a lot more than just the basics like a hat.
“It feels like it’s more of a party year,” says Sarah McKeigh, the owner of a children’s shop in Wandsworth. “
So we’ve got a lot people trying out hats and shorts, and we have lots of different hats and other clothing, and a lot that are really fashionable.”
“It feels like it’s more of a party year,” says Sarah McKeigh, the owner of a children’s shop in Wandsworth.
“People are having a good time, so they want to do their bit to show their friends that they like the summer, so we have the kids’ stuff.”
What do kids need to get ready for the season?
In a way, it sounds like a good idea, but parents need to be mindful.
“Parents need to realise that the summer is a really exciting time,” says Louise Williams, who works at the British Association for the Teaching of English (BAE) school of English.
“If kids don’t get enough sleep, it can be very difficult to get their body ready.”
For young children, it may not be a good start to the year, but the first few months are always good.
“A lot of the kids get the best of everything,” she explains.
“As soon as they come home they’re in their own time, and the whole family is really excited about what’s going to happen.”
So parents should be thinking about the basics, but also about what to bring to the party.
“One of the best things I’ve done is I’ve brought my own clothes and accessories,” says Caroline Williams, the manager of the school of fashion at a local primary school.
“My son has a very colourful collection, so I bring him a few pairs of shorts and socks to put on, and he’s a very good sport about it.”
My favourite thing is that he doesn’t feel like he has to wear the same clothes every day.
“Also, make sure that kids are wearing comfortable shoes and have a good top. “
What to bring: A good hat, a coat, socks, a scarf and sunglasses,” says Mrs Williams.
What not to bring? “
Some kids have had to get a few new shoes for the party, so be sure to put them on before you go.”
What not to bring?
“Not all of the things I mentioned earlier are kids’ essentials,” says Mr Williams.
But he does have advice