In the last Pitti Bimbo edition, in Florence, Il Gufo began the parade with a soundtrack known by brazilians. On the catwalk, children with colorful looks had fun with the cool mood of the parade that happened  in a tropical atmosphere, full of references of the flora and fauna.

The prints were the highlight of the collection, and followed the tropical trend, which is super in this season.

It is not the first time that this trend takes the fashion universe, but it’s in the summer that it always appears more strong.

Flowers, fruits, plants, palm trees and birds are some themes that appear in bolds prints, in a colorful and vibrant color palette.

For children this trend is perfect because it usually has extensive modeling, comfortable fabrics and a cheerful color palette, in other words, looks basic, cool and very cheerful.

The best way  to use these prints is mixing them with basic pieces, or if it’s a single piece, like a dress, use with a jacket or coat with no print.

Check out our image selection and nail in the productions.

Tropical Print Il Gufo Pitti Bimbo

Tropical Print Kids Dress 5

Tropical Print Kids Shirt

Tropical Print Kids Dress

Tropical Print Kids Dress 2

tropical outfit kids

tropical print kids dress 6







Ana Livia Harada

Ana Livia Harada

Ana Livia, graduated in fashion design, works with fashion for 20 years, specialized in kid's fashion, but consider motherhood her true profession.

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