Clothing Your Kids Challenge Day 3: Add Layers for Warmth and Style
When the seasons transition sometimes it's tough to know what clothes to put on your kids. Dressing for a cold bus stop is a lot different than dressing for a heated classroom. Today's challenge is to incorporate layers into your kids' wardrobe! Layers are a practical way to add a little extra flare to your kids' outfits.
- An under shirt adds not only warmth but style! You can choose items such as tee shirts, camisoles, and thermals. Boys can add an undershirt to a button down shirt and both boys and girls can use them as a layer under sweaters.
- Mix different colors and fabrics! Make the colors pop by mixing in light and dark colors or solids and patterned items.
- Scarfs are an easy way for girls of all ages to add an extra layer for style. A scarf can be used to dress up or dress down an outfit.
- For babies, using a solid onsies under a printed shirt or dress adds a little extra style to an outfit.
Do your kids wear layers? Do they typically where layers more for warmth or style? What layering tips would you add?