One of the strongest trends in the lasts runway shows was the comeback of the patches. If you lived in the 80’s you will certainly remember of some pieces in your wardrobe. If you don’t, we will explain.
Patches are applications that illustrate drawings, numbers and symbols that are glued or sewn in pieces like denim jackets, jeans and in accessories like bags and backpacks
In a search for uniqueness, each person used to customize their pieces according to their interests and tastes, ideology or lifestyle.
The followers of this trend used to be the punks, the motorcyclists and the college students that, in every sports achievement, earned a different patch to paste into their jackets.
These days, Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana were some of the brands that relaunched this trend that soon was also adopted by the fast fashion.
For children’s fashion, the pieces are sometimes funny and other times rebel or even romantic, with more elaborate aplications with embroidery and jewels.
With creativity you can find lots of patches and reinvent a basic piece of your children’s wardrobe.
The result will be a piece that looks vintage, cheerful and personalized!
We went to the Childrensalon‘s website searching for inspiration and set up a top three with our favorite pieces with patches from there. Come and see!
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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