Looking for the perfect pastel ensemble for munchkin’s Easter brunch or egg hunt? Check out our top picks for the cutest Easter outfits in Singapore!
Easter has got to be one of our favourite holidays for dressing the kids up! Pastel everything? Yes please! And why not put a tropical twist on your keepsake family photos with matching palm prints for the entire fam (a MAJOR trend we’re seeing this year)?
Check out our gallery of cute kids’ Easter outfits if you’re still on the hunt for some majorly adorable outfits for boys, girls and babies to rock at church, brunch or at the egg hunt!
All prices in SGD unless otherwise noted. Lead image by Cotton On Kids
Cotton On always seems to have their finger on the pulse of what’s hot — and of course that means it’s bunny season! We’re digging the hipster bunny on the Harry Long Sleeve PJs ($29.99), and we also love the Easter-hued Mini Long-Sleeve Bubby in Camo ($14.99). Plus, it seems that the tutu trend just will not die; Cotton On is all over it with the Trixibelle Tulle Skirt ($29.99), which comes in no less than 12 different shades and patterns.
Emma Laue is another Singapore-based children’s clothing brand that we absolutely adore, and we cannot get enough of their new Palm collections for the whole fam! You’ve got the adorable Piper Romper (AUD59) for babies; plus Zac Shorts (AUD59) and the Lilly Dress (AUD69) for bigger kids. There’s even a coordinating skirt for mamas! Can you say “Family photo shoot“?
Find it at: www.emmalaue.com
This covetable cult label from the impossibly stylish Bali mama of three also makes cute frocks for little girls! We’re head over heels for this Cotton Strappy Hand-Smocked Dress in Lilac (US$120), which is the perfect shade of Easter egg purple, and wisely features pockets for storing lots of chocolate treasure.
Find it at: InnikaChoo.com
We can always count on Kids21 for majorly stylish fashion finds for the petite set from the world’s top designers. We’re particularly loving (left to right): these duck egg blue trousers from Bobo Choses ($160); more palm print with the Angelika top from Raspberry Plum ($150); Saga pink overalls from Bonpoint ($213); and a Graphic Palms romper from Stella McCartney Kids ($160).
This Bali brand delivers every year with fresh, colorful prints and gorgeous lightweight cotton fabrics that are just perfect for our tropical climate. This season you can kit the kiddos out in swan print, including a Boys’ button-down shirt (AUD42), Girls’ Amalie Shorts (AUD43), and the Leo Baby Romper (AUD39.90).
Find it at: www.kidsagogo.com