All Blog Posts Tagged 'shorts' (3)

Zara Boys’ Collection SS11 – the Antidote to Shopping Boredom

Zara’s European flair sets it apart from other fast fashion chains, with its boys’ line more fashion risk taking than most brands, yet in a fun, accessible way.  Wallet friendly price points ranging from $10- $40 for regularly priced items, combined with bold hues and prints, creative graphics, fitted, flattering silhouettes and amazing selection of constantly updated merchandise.  Zara Kids is a must-see brand for the stylish boys!…

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Added by Julia Angel on May 11, 2011 at 1:41pm — No Comments

Get Out and Play! Fantastic Zio Sport Giveaway!

Since 2009, the Austin-based company has been outfitting kids around the country with high-quality, active wear for children ages 4-14.

To celebrate the Spring Athletics Season opening, Zio Sport is giving away two sets of shirt-short combo or boards sh...Two winners will have a chance to pick either one of these gorgeous sets.  The winner picks…

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Added by Julia Angel on April 26, 2011 at 11:57am — No Comments

One Week with Gucci – 7 Boys’ Looks for Less

House of Gucci, synonym of luxury, success and status had recently added children’s line under its glorious belt. Gucci’s Children’s collection is designed in the best traditions of casual and nautical chic. Styling Gucci inspired outfits for less is easy-breezy thanks to the high popularity of the nautical style and casual chic trends sweeping every brand and retailer this…

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Added by Julia Angel on February 21, 2011 at 3:31pm — No Comments

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