This time, the monsoon festival celebrations will be a bit different than anyone could have ever expected. Due to the ongoing pandemic, everyone would be looking for a low-key celebration with small or only close-family gathering.
The scale of festivities may change, but the vibe must remain the same because it can do wonders to bring back some sense of normalcy to your otherwise mundane stay-at-home routine.
You, too, know and must agree that dressing up has a direct connection to how you feel. While staying-at-home, most of you have made PJs and loungewear your favourite companions, getting ready in traditional, ethnic wear for the festivals, will help lift up your festive spirits. True, isn’t it?
In fact, special attention should be given to children, who are the real charm of all festivities. They should definitely look the part to feel the celebratory zest. The best part is, you need not go out hunting for the perfect festive wear for kids, because now you can do it online.
And if you need any help understanding the latest ethnic wear for kids’ trends, we are here to help. Let us reel out a guidebook sharing the currently popular styles in Indian ethnic wear for kids that even they will adore. Below we give you some great festive wear options for your little ones, both boys and girls, that you can explore, this festive season.
1.) Kurtas for boys: Give a refreshing twist of quirky prints to the classics
For young boys, Kurtas are the go-to option to get them festival-ready. But, how can we make them interesting and lively for the little ones?
Well, some splash of bright colours, stamping on some cool prints and gelling it all up with loads of comfort through soft soothing fabrics, and voila, you have a fun Kurta ready for your little boy!
For example, if you want to go for traditional Kurtas, these green and yellow eco-friendly Kurtas are simple yet classy picks for them.
Now, take this Poppins multi cotton Kurta or the elephant motif one, these Kurtas are a great option if you want to ditch the traditional Kurtas and try on some playful prints.
You can pair them up with comfortable cotton pyjamas in beige or white. If your little one doesn’t want to wear a pyjama, a pair of jeans also goes well with Kurtas, giving him an indo-western look.
2.) Printed Shirts for Boys: Shirts can be festive too!
If your little one doesn’t like Kurtas or throws a lot of tantrums to wear them, do not push him. Always have a backup ready. In fact, shirts can also be a festive-wear option, you just need to find the right style for it. And, trust us, block printed shirts with ethnic motifs may be the answer for you.
This peach shirt printed with a detailed ethnic motif is an ideal pick for a summer-monsoon festival and its cotton fabric allows your little one to be comfortable and at ease all day long.
3.) Kurtas & Tops for girls: Jazz it up with varied style combinations
Best ethnic wear for kids, be it a girl or a boy, has to be the Kurtas. Cotton or breezy fabric Kurtis not only look festive but are super comfortable for the young ones, making it the most popular and classic choice of most parents and even kids.
This grey Kurta set with intricate Gota detailing along with refined ethnic print embellished in silver comes with Palazzo pants and a beautiful contrast-coloured Pink dupatta. Isn’t it a perfect festive-wear ensemble for your little angel? Absolutely!
If you are not looking for an all-in-all festive dress this year, you can go for simpler cotton printed Kurtas for your girl.
Your little girl not in a mood for a Kurta? No problem. You can let go of Kurtas, and try on some festive tops in bright colours and pair them up with a variety of bottom wear as per her choice and preference to find the perfect celebratory look. For example, the top and skirt sets shown below are charming festive wear pieces from Ratan Jaipur’s kids festive wear collection.
4.) Dresses for girls: Glam up your princess
Dresses are a great indo-western alternative for the little angels. They are light, breezy and fun. Inspired by stars and the moonlit sky this blue dress with sparkly polkas and ruffled shoulders are great for get-togethers and special occasions.
You may also opt for a simpler look with an easy-breezy cotton dress, donning which your little munchkin can have fun all-day-long.
5.) Bottomwear for girls: Quirk up any look with versatile bottoms
Just some smart play with the bottoms can change the overall look of your festival wear. For instance, if you really want to notch up your little one’s simple Kurta look a little, pair it with an ethnic skirt and just see the difference.
You can also team up garara pants or straight pants with Kurtas to give volume and that extra edge to the festive look of your little one. The key to finding the right choice is to keep experimenting and see what your little one is most comfortable and happy in.
6.) Don’t forget the mask!
You may choose any outfit, but in the times, we are living right now, the most important accessory is the mask. Ensuring complete safety when moving out or attending any festive event, no matter how small the gathering is, you and your little ones should take due precautions and should keep your masks on.
However, if your child is less than two years old, as per the CDC guidelines, masks should be avoided as they may inhibit their breathing. But, otherwise, when in public, everyone, including kids, must always wear cotton masks. You can go for block printed designer masks, too, like given below with double layer protection that even complement the ethnic wear.
Festivities are times of fun and frolic for the young ones and whatever they wear must be comfortable and breathable so they are at ease and can enjoy freely. So, when deciding the outfits, always make sure that the little ones like them and they are made of breezy relaxed fabrics to offer all-day-comfort to the kids.
Do not forget to implement our tips to get your kids festive-ready. Ratan Jaipur has festive wear for boys and girls from age 0-12 years that includes an eclectic mix of traditional booti prints, and fun contemporary prints to choose from. So, if you are looking for kids ethnic wear online, do check out our website here, to explore our exclusive range of festive wear for kids.