Six best places to buy kids’ picnic outfits
By Hannah Randa
Covid-19 restrictions are easing just in time for the summer holidays. Your children now have more freedom to go for picnics and enjoy different parks and playgrounds as long as they observe the containment measures. While it might feel a little different this year, your little ones still need cute outfits for outdoor play.So why not invest in a few summery outfits to wear for the upcoming hot days?
We have rounded up six places where you can get the cutest baby outfits for a picnic from some of the highly-rated and parent-approved retailers in Nairobi.
You wont’t need to break a bank for the cute printed number and statement T-shirt from Mr. Price. The all over tropical print will brighten your child’s day for the colour alone. We reckon it’ll pair quite nicely with sandals and a pair of sunnies for the park. Mr. Price also has a colourful range of statement T-shirts with powerful and inspiring messages to bring out your child’s personality. You could visit their online store on https://www.mrp.com/en_ke/ or visit any of their physical shops and probably even pickup something for yourself while at it.
- LC Waikiki
For comfortable,stylish looks and colors that scream summer vibes or playtime, go for LC Waikiki’s boy and girl sets. The main reason we love these sets besides the eye-catching color, is that they can work for different types of occasions. Kids can wear them at home, at a picnic, in the park or on a safari. Check out their kids catalogue here, IG page @lcwkenya or visit the store closest to you.
Sunny days call for effortlessly cool outfits like this crinkle stripe midi dress. This is utterly pretty and designed with elasticated bands to keep her comfortable. It is a ‘I’m just strolling by the beach picking some shells’look. Pair this with comfy flats and a hat to block the simmering sun. Woolworths currently has a 50% off sale on select fashion items. You can reach them by visiting their stores or via their Facebook page.
- Minibugs closet and Mini Taj closet
Most parents buy thrift clothes because Babies grow up so fast and constantly need a new wardrobe. It won’t be hard to spot the cutest baby shining bright even on the gloomiest days when she’s wearing the yellow romper from @minibugscloset. Another fancifullook is from @mini_taj_online. Baby can wear the chambray dress with floral details to the park or to a lavish garden tea party. Either way she will be the best-dressed baby on that day.
- Toi Market
Who doesn’t love a bargain? Purchasing secondhand is a very budget-friendly and eco-friendly way to shop for clothes that could otherwise be wasted in a landfill. If you love finding secondhand gems and don’t mind taking the time to hunt, we recommend trying out Toi market where you will discover quality and cheap outfits for your little ones.