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Come on, admit it: As stressful (and expensive) as back-to-school shopping can be, it’s still fun to load up on fresh new supplies. Especially when it comes to the clothes. Oh, the clothes! Here are six fall trends to keep in mind when it’s time to refresh your kiddo’s closet for September.

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Metallic Accessories

High tops, backpacks, pencil cases, water bottles: all things that look a whole lot cooler in metallic. Bonus, they’re an easy way to punch up an old outfit and make it feel edgy and new (aka how to save money on a brand new wardrobe).

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Slouchy Joggers

Fashion loves comfort this season. Equip your kiddo with a pair of pants that are easy to move in and more or less feel like pajamas—but still qualify as cool athleisure style. Better yet, let him or her choose their absolute favorite pattern (even if they skip the chic leopard and go straight for unicorns).

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Star Prints

This print has hit the scene hard and will be everywhere come fall. From retro variations to sparkly motifs, stepping into your kids’ classroom will be like taking a trip into space. 

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Self-Love Slogans

Whether it’s purple with unicorns for your younger kid or bold and to the point for your tween,there’s no shame in teaching her how to be proud of who she is through a soft tee.

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Detailed Knits

Think cozy, chunky, grandpa sweater—but with fashion-forward accents. A contrasting collar or pocket is all style, and to-die-for buttons near the neck can come undone in a pinch if things get a little claustrophobic.


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Bomber Jackets

Bold colors are it this fall, and we love one splashed across a cool jacket. Your kid will love the soft, satin texture on his or her skin when the temps start to drop.


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