I’m a rather big fan of Aussie actress and singer Natalie Bassingthwaighte, so when I saw her Instagram start to cheekily drip feed her followers with snippets of a rather impressive clothing collection, I was hooked from the get-go. Chi Khi is the just launched children’s clothing brand Nat Bass has put her name to, a brand that’s as cool as the lady herself. Click on through for all the details!
Designed for children aged four years and younger, those adorned in Chi Khi will stand out in the crowd this autumn. The basics are all covered, from long sleeve tees, knit jumpers and comfortable drop crotch stretch pants to accessories of hats and blankets. But don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing basic about Chi Khi’s basics. It’s a collection designed with a careful eye for detail, brimming with style and includes a hefty dose of urban cool, yet remaining true to no piece being too grown up, which is undoubtedly refreshing.
Unisex is the name of Chi Khi’s game – quality pieces that can be passed between siblings that only get even softer with wear from a collection is created using pure cotton and bamboo blend fabric that feel like butter against the skin. This makes Chi Khi a stellar choice for kids with sensitivity or skin issues that often miss out on wearing cool stuff because of health issues.
A monochrome palette paves the way for every item to be mixed and matched with each other. From top to bottom Chi Khi is a showcase of black, white and shades of grey – it all fits together effortlessly. For more details and to see the whole collection, head on over to Chi Khi, which delivers all over Australia and internationally.