Anticipating the forthcoming celebration of Diwali, the festival of lights, Les Petits, the distinguished luxury fashion brand catering to children, introduces a splendid array of ethnic attire for kids. This offering allows children to immerse themselves in the festive atmosphere, as the comprehensive collection from their in-house brand, Rang, exudes opulence while harmonizing with the spirit of festivity.
Demonstrating the remarkable artistry of skilled artisans, the brand presents an extensive spectrum of choices, encompassing captivating embroidery and scintillating sequins, as well as placket kurtas, capes, and butterfly-style lehengas. These options enable children to revel in the grandeur of the occasion.
In consideration of the changing weather, the collection showcases captivating hues such as parrot peach, pista green, lilac, and an array of other colors that evoke delight among observers. The attire further enhances the children's appearance by artfully incorporating patola print, paisley print, and batik print. Simultaneously, through the incorporation of timeless floral prints, the outfits epitomize opulence.
While embracing sartorial elegance that resonates with the festive spirit, the brand presents a diverse assortment of collections designed to envelop children in an array of rich fabrics, including Chanderi Silk and Velvet, Neo Prines, Satin, Cotton, Silk, and Chiffon.
Swati Saraf, President, Les Petits said, “Festivals invariably harbor a zestful spirit, and to evoke the same sentiments, parents don their kids with mesmerizing attire. Gauging the requirements of the kids and parents, we at Les Petits cordially invite parents to choose attire from a wide gamut of collection that balances both the aesthetic of the celebration and the functionality of dressing flawlessly. Paying attention to the playful deposition of the kids, we curate a collection that underscores the comfort of the children. Offering dresses diligently weaved in breathable fabrics made of lightweight and soft materials, we ensure that the attire does not come in the way of the fun and recreation of children.”