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October 5, 2016: It is that time of the year when in India every household starts planning for festivals. Celebrations are undoubtedly incomplete without new clothes, delicious food, and loads of fun. So before you head out to shop for your little one, you must keep in mind the type of clothes you are looking out for. Dress your little one in the attire which suits him/her the best.

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If you are looking for the perfect attire for your little princess, lot of options to explore for them. If she has never worn a traditional outfit, you can choose from a plethora of traditional outfits like salwar kameez, designer lehengas , shararas with long jackets, Anarkali suits which are available in vibrant colors, and in various kinds of fabrics like silks, brocades, georgettes, and nets.

Well, your junior hunk needs as much preparation as your little girl do. For him, you can simply go for sherwani suit, dhoti kurta dress or traditional kurta pajama which can never go wrong.

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If your kid doesn’t seem too comfortable in the traditional wear, there are wide varieties available in the western wear as well. Formal silhouettes can make your little fashionista much smarter and adorable.

Western attires for your little princess range from sequined jumpsuits, party wear dresses, glitzy tops, and gowns. These are all versatile in nature and can be worn at various occasions. Watch out, all eyes are going to be on your diva-in-making.

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To make your kid stand out, you can mix and match things a little. Say, a pair of well-fitted jeans or trousers teamed with band collar shirt and Nehru jacket. These jackets in velvet always give a touch of class making your tiny tot look trendy and charismatic. Lastly, plan the dresses and accessories for you kids in advance to avoid the last minute confusion.

-by Pinaz Kazi of NewsGram. Twitter: @PinazKazi


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