Stylin’ New ’80s and ’90s-Inspired Kids Collection From Oopsy Daze
These threads for little girls and boys are mad tight.
Let’s rap. Today’s topic: the secret to getting your swag on. Kid Cudi constantly kills it with a casual jeans-and-kicks ensemble. Jay Z’s look is always on point, whether he’s rocking Timbs or a tux. And Kanye? Couture all the way.
The latest bling to hit the streets in our ’hood is a lil different. And we mean “lil.” Give it up for Le Gang, the new summer collection from local kids-wear brand Oopsy Daze. Designer Dixie Rose, who drew inspiration for the line from late ’80s and early ’90s style, has been hustling to bring Oopsy Daze to fierce kiddos far and wide. In fact, this collection, which is the brand’s third, is now available internationally, with stockists from across the world joining in to be a part of the cute crew.
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Your shorties will make out like bandits in the style department once they get their hands on this fun collection of playful separates, vibrant colors and whimsical patterns. Picture little homies gussied up in collared shirts, which come in a fun, retro aloha print or acid-wash chambray with “Le Gang” tagged on the back. Other fly highlights include tie-dyed parachute pants, sassy tees and a leopard-print bucket hat.
Sistas also have a lot of reasons to hip-hop for joy, such as a pretty palm-printed sundress, wild animal-print crop top, bohemian crochet skirt and floral jumpsuit. There’s even a precious one-piece swimsuit adorned with wildcats to keep your little queen looking like a dime at the beach. Just don’t start tripping when your mini me’s fashion savvy outpaces your own.
After all, Wayne and Kim ain’t got nothin’ on your lil one’s style.
$35–$45, oopsydazekids.com. Check out the launch event, 3 Daze of Art this Friday, June 26, from 5–8 p.m., for food, drinks and music. The Oopsy Daze pop-shop will be open 10am- 6pm all weekend, followed by keiki workshops. Sign up by emailing email@example.com, as spaces are limited.
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