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INDIAN KIDS FASHION WEAR

Your little ones are just about to get a perfect makeover with the latest shopping trends only on Karmaplace. We present you with the best of kid's fashion wear with a large and curated collection of tiny and adorable garments for your beloved child. Style them beautifully as you look alike with the same fashion outfit as yours but in their size. 

Especially, in this wedding season, your kid must be the junior bridesmaid and you are looking for smart and gorgeous junior bridesmaid dresses. Karma clothing store brings to you the wholesome collection of kid's wedding dresses customizable for all. Lehenga choli to classic kurta sets for your kids is a must-have and get it at a discounted deal like never before.

 Jackets, dresses, dhotis, kids bottom wear, kurtas, lehengas, and more are made available in so many fabrics that give your cutie the comfort they always need during such big wedding events and they get to experience it all smoothly with their biggest smile and dimples.

  • 5 Amazing Styling Tips for Mommies and Daddies!

  1. Always keep the jewelry simple and limited for your girl child. Necklaces and long earrings would take away the cute and gentle appearance. Dress them with stud or jhumka earrings and that’s it. If you want you can add small but just a pair of bangles.
  2. Your boy can stylishly carry a Kada or a bracelet on either of his hands and it should be lighter in weight as he might not like it and piss about it to you.
  3. Sneakers or casual shoes are always a better alternative if your kids are uncomfortable wearing mojaris or kolhapuris. Small shoes look good for traditional kid's fashion wear.
  4. Boys can also style up with a bhikbali i.e. an earring-like jewelry accessory worn on the top of the right ear. This style goes back to Indian classic history and it is now a heritage for men’s jewelry.
  5. Lastly, if your kids don’t like to carry dupattas you should not force them. You can always get it either stitched or pinned to their shoulder or wrap it around their waist.