Your kids’ wardrobe

Buying clothes for your kids isn't an easy task. We know because we've been there too. A garment that is new one day, is worn-out the next. But there are a few things to keep in mind when building a smarter, more durable wardrobe for the kids. The one that stays happier for longer. Let us walk you through the basics.
A long-life mindset
First of all, value matters more than volume. Choose their garments wisely, and go for durable pieces that withstand seasons, years and even decades of play. A well-balanced wardrobe with less clutter and more quality, is also a happy wardrobe. The Swedish word lagom comes in mind, which means not too much, not too litte, but just the right amount.
Mismatching is fun
We know getting them dressed in the morning can be a bit of a struggle. Sometimes, maybe it's better if we step aside and let the kids decide themselves? So what if it doesen't match, so what if it's not colour coordinated? Let the kids be kids, and let them do it their way.
Functionality first
The one who solves the mystery with missing socks should win the Nobel prize, no doubt about it. But acctually, the mismatch rule applies to these little fellas too. So let them rock the socks and skip being perfect. It's more fun that way.