Children’s and babies’ clothes are in demand and just crying out for decoration. Images highlights some of the trendsetting retail styles out there along with their imprint partners
Walk into any retail shop and try to count how many children’s and babies’ clothes you can spot that don’t have any decoration. We think you’ll end up with the sort of number you can count on one hand. Cutesy logos, superhero prints and appliqué flowers are part-and-parcel of the kidswear world, which is good for garment decorators everywhere.
This season, George at ASDA has some great Disney Frozen Elsa Leggings that will keep Frozen fans extremely happy this winter, and Skinni Minni offers some equally appealing leggings that girls will adore, in the shape of the SM423. Work Out Pant.
For kids who hanker after more retro styling, Tu at Sainsbury’s offers its autumnal Bike Print Polo. Decorators can offer a similar look with the Kids 65/35 Pique Polo from Fruit of the Loom (available for children aged 3-15 years). Cool kids who prefer to rock the space will love M&S’s Pure Cotton Space Rock Slogan T-Shirt, available for one- to seven-year-olds, while its imprint buddy, the Larkwood Crew Neck T-Shirt LW020, provides the perfect canvas for personalised space designs.
Onesies are always a popular choice with kids and the excellent, soft Novelty Unicorn Onesie from M&Co is no exception. The CC001J Kids Onesie from Comfy Co is its imprint partner and a must-have style in the decorator’s kidswear portfolio during the run-up to the festive season.
Lastly, but by no means least, is M&Co’s festive bib: garment decorators looking to make equally saleable Christmas gifts need look no further than the Baby Bib BZ12 from Babybugz at Mantis World.