Dress Up Your Child In The Way He or She Should Grow

...and even when they are old they will not turn from it.

Dress Up Your Child In The Way He or She Should Grow

  • Styled By: L’Reme.
  • Outfit by: JOHN LEWIS.
  • Navy Blue Brogue Shoe by: ZARA.
  • Photo credit: L’Reme.

Nurture as we all know has a greater effect on the ideology and character building of a man than nature. The school of thought a man belongs to as regards various issues in life is largely dependent on how he was nurtured. This is not left out in the fashion sense of a man, if you bring up a child with a good sense of fashion and decency then be rest assured that the child will carry on with that good sense of fashion throughout his or her lifetime.

Styling your kids properly has very little to do with how much you spend but more with how well you can combine the right fashion pieces. The self esteem of a child is and should be groomed from a young age and properly dressing your kids gives them the much needed confidence amongst their peers and also in public. More often than not, parents hesitate to invest much into properly styling their child because of the fear that they will outgrow the clothes and shoes; but the truth remains that human beings will keep growing and would continually outgrow clothes, shoes and other fashion items periodically.

The greatest memories of one’s lifetime are usually childhood memories, hence, give your child the experience of a lifetime by paying proper attention to their fashion needs up till the point they become independent.  Pay close attention to your child’s fashion needs today, and they would be forever happy with you and grateful to you!


Courtesy – ‘Help Me Style My Kid’ Team, L’reme

Photo credit: Pinterest

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  • Portia lawal

    I totally concur and I do love the content of this post. Don’t we often wonder why some individuals are tagged with words like ‘elegant’, ‘ stylish’, ‘shabby’, ‘decent’ etc in their dress sense. Its because of their fashion style/how they dress. We see some kids and just fall in love with them sometimes because of their appearance and also some people can easily identfy the social class of a child based on his/her appearance. We as parents really do owe it to our kids to dress them well because truth be told they are a reflection of us, our money worth, value, etiquette and fashion style.

    January 21, 2017 at 10:02 pm
  • Jo'

    Indeed you are what you wear!

    January 21, 2017 at 10:47 pm
  • Bryan

    Totally agree. Nice write-up

    January 22, 2017 at 10:32 am
  • Laura

    Our children are an embodiment of us and as parents should not take the way they are dressed for granted. Otherwise, they’ll loose the opportunity to be respected. I agree with Jo who commented ‘You are what you wear’. If you’re dressed shabily, people will treat you shabily. Nice post guys!!!

    January 22, 2017 at 11:26 pm
  • Kennyroses

    Well said a child’s confidence will stem from how he or she perceive themselves, well dressed kids often display more confidence, so I totally agree.

    January 23, 2017 at 3:48 pm
  • Shyam

    Very well said, you need to dress your child with what they like and what comforts them but not what you like or of your own choice.

    February 3, 2017 at 2:07 pm
  • Morrison

    a nice write again by L’reme, which i totally agree with well dressed kids are respected and often have the most confidence

    February 5, 2017 at 10:28 pm

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