Upping our children’s dressing

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Upping our children’s dressing

The choice of children’s clothes depends on primarily on  functionality  and quality ; children’s clothes should be flexible enough to allow them to indulge in different activities during the day. Ensure that the size fits taking into consideration physical development and when purchasing clothes for children ensure that the store/shop/ seller has a return policy for wrongly sized clothes.

Functionality over purely making a fashion statement seems to be the rule of thumb when choosing children’s dressing.

The textures should be comfortable. Cotton is still lauded as the best material for children’s clothes. During the colder season flannels and jackets may suffice to keep our children warm.
 As children grow, they gain independence in learning how to dress themselves and may even seek freedom to select their own clothes.
Again when choosing children’s apparel, ensure that it is able to accommodate rapid physical development and growth.

The fabric should be tender and smooth to the skin especially for the new borns and toddlers. The material should be hypo allergenic, that is the child’s skin should not react to the fabric.
Clothes should be easy to put on and remove. Avoid too many tags, clips, draw strings for the young ones.
As children grow and gain independence, they develop taste and appreciation for certain clothes, certain colors, popular characters  and logos in their clothes, indulge them every once in a while in letting them choose their own clothes.
For the teenagers, clothes may boost self esteemas they try to fit in with their peers in terms of appearance even as they are in the crucial stage of forming their own identity.
Kwambie Nyambane,
July 2016
Kwambie Nyambane
Kwambie Nyambane
Kwambie Nyambane is a Sales Force Effectiveness Manager in a leading bank in Kenya 'by day', a passionate inspirational blogger 'by night'; and a wellness enthusiast championing healthy lifestyle choices. The founder and lead writer of this blog is a Bsc. Food Science and Post -Harvest Technology graduate of the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Kenya, holds an MBA in Marketing from the University of Nairobi and is currently pursuing a PhD in Business Administration from the University of Nairobi. Kwambie is a member of Bloggers Association of Kenya. She believes in taking life with a big spoon, seeing the cup always as half full, and enjoying the scenery in this journey called life. Kwambie is daughter to Lilly Moraa and James Nyambane, mother to one beloved son nicknamed "The Champ"; sister to Marci and beloved auntie to the A & Z girls. She and her family make Nairobi City, Kenya their home. This blog is dedicated to her parents Moraa and Nyambane for their awesome inspiration in her formative years, for being her pillar of strength through life, her siblings Marci and Joash, and to her son "The Champ" and her nieces who represent the generation that came after her. May the nuggets contained in this blog serve many generations, the world over to come.

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