Rhinestone embroidery, printed velvet and shimmering winter: children's fashion dons its finery for Christmas. Inspired by the fashion for large, but designed for toddlers, it is distinguished by its playful and colorful. Christmas is fast approaching and, having unearthed the gifts for the whole family, we must now dress. Your cute little elves are dressed in holiday collections, crafted especially for this time of year, but may be postponed later, the happiness of parents and their wallets. This is true in his clothing store upscale, where the shades of pink, violet and moss green dethrone those of Santa Claus. They are also the themes of the Ballerina and Princess who dreamed the little fashionistas in the making with pleated skirts or frilly, loop applications, flowers and buttons and scintillating many details that add a touch of magic to their wardrobe everyday. For girls who do not like them sticky gratouillent thighs, the velvet leggings or cotton is a fashion item among the most popular and enable them to play with ease. For active boys, style "onion skin" is recommended. They arrive and Eve dressed in an elegant wool cardigan and may remove it to unwrap their gifts with energy, without compromising their style. Under the jacket, the shirt is in order, sometimes with a tie, imitating the look of Dad. Also, the tank top is a good compromise, both chic and comfortable. Even babies have their own holiday mode. Exit the frog or pastel cotton pajamas every day. The small baby boom has created new lines for babies who dress from head to toe in clothes like those strangely greater. "We find the market a variety of skirts, dresses and overalls for babies as young as a month. New parents are proud of their offspring and crack for nice clothes, "says St. Peter, adding that his daughter proudly wore her skirt in the cradle!. Soft pajamas: But it also renews the classics. The timeless prints of reindeer and elves can be found on the pajamas "foot" of toddlers and children will wait for Christmas Eve. And us, they can be worn all winter, cradling the children of a sweet memory of Father Christmas. . . .