There are many reasons why the neutral looks are an excellent choice for the children’s wardrobe. In a practical way, brothers and sisters can inherit the looks of each other. Besides, pieces in neutral tones are super easy to match and often result in stylish and full of attitude productions, something that we love here at FashionKids.
Although the palette of neutral colors is getting more popular, we still find it difficult to find models that escape from the classic colorful or pink for girls and blue for boys, especially here in Brazil.
But as it should be, we kept our frantic searches for news covering trends we like (and that we believe you will like it too). Thus, every now and then we are surprised by brands whose work are far from obvious and fills us with joy by making our searches worthy.
And it was searching around that we came across Fruta Clothing, that with their simple and fun prints and some o four favorite neutral colors caught our attention and, of course, we had to come here to tell you about our find.
Founded in São Paulo by designers Fabiana Guimarães and Juliana Cedola Cohen, the brand goes against the excess of colors, prints and characters. ‘We work with prints, but we use simple and fun drawings, related to the early childhood,’ explains Juliana.
The quality of the pieces is a priority, and the brand invests in soft fabrics, with special attention to the cut and design.
With sizes ranging up to 4 years, the pieces are simple and offered in neutral tones and with limited production.
For those who enjoy a novelty, Fruta Clothing just released a new collection, so their website is full of new pieces.
Here, we give a preview of the outfits for you!
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