Nobody can do edgy, effortless fashion like Scandinavians can. In Australia, we’ve mastered the art of hot weather dressing, but we’ve got nothing on those brilliant northerners when it comes to layering in a way that’s stylish rather than lumpy.
Take for example, Mummymoon, a Norwegian designer of super unique clothes for kids.
The substantial fabrics of Mummymoon’s spring/summer 2016 collection are perfect for our transitional seasons and lend themselves well to the sculpted shapes and angles of the designs.
The colours are a subdued palette of dark denim, grey marle, dusty blue, and pops of yellow, which makes the shapes and layers of the outfits the focus. We love the boxy yellow shift dress for girls, and the unisex white bomber jacket with its brown and black acorn-like spots.
But what’s really different is the theme of layered fabric in tees and dresses that riff on wide horizontal stripes, but also look a bit like the joints of a cartoon robot arm. And we mean that in the most complimentary way!
Mummymoon isn’t for everyone, but for kids who are unique and a bit quirky, this will be right up their alley. The spring/summer 2016 collection is yet to be released, but when it is, you can buy it online, with shipping to Australia around €8.