Waterfall Cardigans: Britain’s Latest Trend For Kids

Waterfall cardigans are a really hot trend here right now. They are great for styling up a sometimes boring winter wardrobe and I’m a huge fan of their flattering look and fit.

Recently I’ve noticed that it isn’t just the grown up clothing stores that are full of their various different takes on the waterfall cardigan style but that it also seems to be filtering down to the children’s clothing stores which I think is great!

I’ve found a couple of lovely styles on the Debenhams website in the Children’s section so I thought I’d share the ones that really caught my eye! Both would work great for those upcoming winter season kid’s parties.

This grey sequin cardigan from J by Jasper Conran (£15-£19) is perfect for special occasions of dazzling everyday wear! Cut with a fashionably loose waterfall front, the cardigan boasts blocks of iridescent sequins to each shoulder for a cute splash of sparkle.

For an even more cute and girly look then there’s this stunning Pink butterfly waterfall cardigan by Matthew Williamson (£14 – £15). Pretty in pink this open cardigan from Butterfly by Matthew Williamson is an attractive layer for young girls. Crochet butterflies with sequin details showcase this designers signature style.

I’ll be sure to track down more in this style for you soon as I think waterfall cardigans will be top of the trends this Autumn/Winter.

Becky Bowden

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  1. Nina Wolf

    August 31, 2010 at 5:25 pm

    Hi there,

    Could you please give me your e-mail, like that I could send you Koolabahs SS11 catalogue.
    Take care,
    Best regards,
    Nina Wolf

  2. Nadia

    September 2, 2010 at 12:17 am

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