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With spring now upon us, I thought it would be a good time to take a look at spring style trends from Gymboree, since they have a bunch of cute items. What I like about Gymboree is the upscale look with detailing, and as a bonus it comes without a hefty price tag. Now that Gymboree is owned by The Children's Place, I've noticed that the price point is lower than the old Gymboree - without sacrificing any of the gorgeous stylistic details. Sizing goes from 12 months to 12 years.
For spring 2021, we're seeing preppy Easter pastels, with a move into a relaxed look in patriotic colors for the summer.
For Easter wear for boys, you'll likely find the look you're after in Gymboree's Country Club collection, which features pastels and plaids. As always in children's fashion, girls tend to have that much more available to them, so for Easter outfits you'll want to check out the Sunny Daisies collection as well as the Pretty Peach and the Garden Party collections.
By the way, if you need an item to arrive before Easter, the cutoff date is March 24th, here are the details:
For summer 2021, we're seeing a strong statement of light summery clothes in red, white, and blue for both genders. And with hope on the horizon with the pandemic loosening its grip, there's plenty of reason to get excited about summer and 4th of July. For boys, you can see neat red, white and blue stripes, plaids, and applique details in their American Cutie collection. If your boy is more into sporty wear, you will see patriotic colors in casual, sports-themed items in the Ready Set Goal collection. For summer wear for girls, you'll see more in the way of ruffles and gingham in patriotic colors, plus some awesome accessories in the girls American Cutie collection.
The overall look in children's fashion from Gymboree for spring and summer 2021 is fun and festive with a preppy twist.