Burberry Kids 2013 ~ Jeweled Metallic Tones Are In For Spring!

This has to be one of the most daring fashion trends Burberry has integrated into their children’s collection to date! The traditional spring colors of red, white and blue that we saw so much of last season with other European brands is back yet again with Burberry’s Spring Summer 2013 Childrenswear.

Trenches, button-downs and shoes get spiffed up with metallic colors of jade, amethyst and sapphire. The shiny fabric definitely stands out! The bomber jacket makes an appearance in addition to the traditional trench. It’s nice to see the combination of modern trends with traditional class. I think it really works! It’s a detail they swiped from the adult line. You will notice the same trend in several clothing, outerwear and accessories from the women’s and men’s collections.

In case you missed our previous post, Victoria and David Beckham’s son Romeo has made his modelling debut with Burberry’s Spring Campaign. See if you can spot him in the video above. For additional photos on ‘behind the scenes’ from the shoot visit our previous post here.

Photos courtesy of Burberry for use on Child Mode

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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  1. Julia Angel

    March 5, 2013 at 10:43 am

    Love the metallics! We’ve been testing metallic waters by publishing Romeo’s pics on FB and sadly, they were rejected completely. The US are not ready for boys’ metallics. We’ll start slowly with silver windbreakers and see. :)

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