If you have been wanting to do some shopping at Cotton On, tomorrow is the perfect day. I was in Cotton On at Westville Pavilion yesterday and they still have a sale on.
As most of us wave goodbye to summer
holidays, South Africa’s youngest can continue celebrating the fun and
frivolity of summer as they trapeze straight out of Christmas and into an
exciting, new circus-inspired season at Cotton On KIDS. To celebrate the new
collection, select Cotton On KIDS
stores around the globe will come alive on January 17 with magicians, jugglers,
face painting, balloon twisting and other circus-inspired activities, which are
sure to get the kids excited.
The new collection, which hits
stores and online from early January, is inspired by the current global trend
of spots and stripes and the excitement of sitting front row at a classic
circus with an array of vibrant colours, textures and prints, incorporated in a
range of fresh summer styles.
Young ladies will be dazzled by spotted
leggings, sparkly high top sneakers, and starry playsuits, while the boys are
sure to make the crowd roar with drop-crotch shorts, printed tees and denim
Tween girls will be equally
impressed with Free by Cotton On’s 9-14 year old collection, which boasts denim
wash skirts, bright patterned jumpsuits and embellished t-shirts, and for the
boys, it’s all about running amuck in denim cutoffs, striped tees and neutral
Items in the circus-inspired
collection have all been designed to be mixed-and-matched, allowing youngsters
and tweens to explore their individual style and wear it their own way.
Cotton On KIDS Trend &
Forecast Director, Meaghan Kendall, said the range offers customers an exciting
new experience with bold, modern prints while still maintaining the fun,
quirky, easy-to-wear styles that Cotton On KIDS is famous for.
For KIDS, prices start at R25.00
for the Evie headband through to R134.00 for the Greta denim jean, and for
Free, prices start at R199.00 for the Holly Tee through to R399.00 for the
Wesley woven pant.
The collection will be available in stores
across South Africa from January 2015.