Is there anything cuter than matching outfits? With prices starting at just £5, John Lewis has created a capsule collection for stylish parents and their pint-sized offspring, so you can dress to the nines even if they’re only just reaching their fantastic fives. The collection bridges womenswear and kidswear, with sixteen looks designed to complement each other and inject a little fun into families’ getting-dressed routines.
The range of spring staples includes pretty tops like the ditsy floral bodice top with shirred detailing, pretty gathered sleeves and a square neckline, which matches a cool kids T-shirt with gently frilled sleeves; plus there are super-wearable kids cycling shorts for summer days filled with activities outside and casualwear such as T-shirts and cotton dresses.
The toddler-sized tiered, sleeveless dresses come in the watermelon-red ditsy print and the animal print, whilst the cornflower blue dress has cap sleeves and a pocket for all their treasures. For the adults, pair with pretty floaty dresses such as the red daisy-print mini dress and an effortless midi in leopard print, matching styles that will help you and your kids coordinate in style.
In cool, easy-care fabrics such as breathable cotton, practical elastane and Ecovero viscose blends, ANYDAY’s seasonal prints and classic styles will keep you feeling comfortable and confident even in hot weather, so you can mix and match and let both of your personalities shine through however you wear the collection; layer them up or let them do all the talking.
We’re not saying a matching mini-me is the most adorable accessory around right now… but some of the styles in the John Lewis mini-me collection are so popular, they’re selling out quick, and we can’t help but think being this coordinated with your kids would make getting dressed in the mornings a whole lot more fun.
Kids’ clothing is available in sizes from 2-12 years, whilst the grown-ups can shop sizes 6-20.
You can shop the entire John Lewis mini-me collection at johnlewis.com, though we couldn’t resist picking out a few of our favourites below.