It’s new Imagine Legwear for preschoolers and kids from Little Titans

If you’re familiar with Little Titans then you’ll know that its uber popular tights for babies and toddlers have always stood out as being fun, colourful and, above all, comfy. And now, it offers a range for preschoolers and big kids which, as the name suggests, is bursting with designs to let little imaginations run wild.

As well as its high-quality fabrics and great packaging, what makes Little Titans’ gear so great is a comfy waistband that keeps pants up so your little one is free to run around and do what little people do!

There are a handful of tights and leggings in the Imagine range (make sure you check them all out on the Braveling website, which is the home of Little Titans) but I’ve selected a few favourites to show you – like the Sunshine Stripe Tights at the top of this post. Mono stripes go with everything but these are super special because they have a hint of colour too.

Braveling Cheeky Grin Tights

Next are the Cheeky Grin Tights. How cute are these! I’m madly in love with them and I think you will be too. All Little Titans tights and leggings are made from 80 per cent cotton, 17 per cent nylon and three per cent elastane, so they are super duper soft.

Braveling Crafty Leggings

The Crafty Leggings are so cute and aptly named that they couldn’t be left off my list. I love the pop of green and the scissor idea is original and so much fun!

Braveling Meteor Leggings

My last pick of the bunch is the bright blue and beautiful Meteor Leggings, which certainly belong in the Imagine range. The company’s “inventive threads for happy legs” slogan certainly rings true here!

You can pick up your favourites from the Imagine Legwear range on the Braveling online shop for £15.99.

And while you’re online, you might like to check out our Little Titans post from earlier this year covering the company’s fantastic new unisex range.

Angie Hanke

Angie Hanke

Angie worked in corporate communications before having her daughter and deciding to throw caution to the wind and pursue a writing career. She enjoys playing with her little munchkin and hanging out with friends and family. She also loves writing poetry about motherhood, even though she knows it makes her a big soppy dork!

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