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Primark Kidswear Easter Trends

Easter Fun: Kidswear Trends

This time of year is a child’s dream! Easter holidays are just around the corner, which means outdoor adventures, garden parties, and afternoons in the park. Don’t fret! We’ll have your little ones looking amazing for any playtime scenario in no time at all. To take the hassle out of shopping for durability and style, we've done all the hard work for you with a trend low-down, teeming with hardwearing, great value clothing for your mini-me's spring wardrobe...

Primark Kidswear Easter Trends

For spring 2016, our kidswear trends are 'Garden Party' and 'Cuban Drive'. Both themes are filled with vibrant separates that can be easily mix and matched for extended versatility and pairing options. And since it's no secret kids will be kids (even the quiet ones!), we know spending the family fortune kitting out inevitably-messy little ones is definitely a no-go. As such, you'll notice all prices are under £12 - that's an Easter gift you can't get from the Easter bunny!

Primark Kidswear Easter Trends

Shirt £4.50, T-shirt £2, shorts £6, shoes £10

Primark Kidswear Easter Trends

Jacket £12, playsuit £8

Our mainline trend for girls this season is titled ‘Garden Party,’ which is filled with gorgeously feminine items for the perfect spring day out. There’s an abundance of fluid dresses with crochet overlays in gentle hues such as white, peach and pink, which is the key colour focus for the Garden Party look.


Another essential item is our crochet playsuit that teams flawlessly with our denim jacket, thanks to its coordinating crochet detail. And where would a spring trend be without florals? This must-have print emerges in our beautiful jacket with pom pom trims for baby girls, and in our amazing floral denim dungaree shorts for younger girls.

Primark Kidswear Easter Trends

Dress £12

Primark Kidswear Easter Trends

Slogan T-shirt £3.50, shorts £4.50, striped hoody £7, striped T-shirt £1.40, denim shorts £6

'Cuban Drive’ is our boyswear spring trend for 2016. The inspiration for this theme comes from the stunning Caribbean island of Cuba. Focused more on chilled-out barn house retreats in remote areas, than busy sandy beaches, our range comprises a distinctly relaxed silhouette and vibe.


The colour palette for ‘Cuban Drive’ is a spring-apt interpretation of autumnal hues. So, think vibrant oranges, rustic yellows and bright burgundies when getting your little fella dressed for the day.


While there are relaxed, casual pieces – such as denim and chino shorts and simple striped t-shirts – dapper printed shirts are also presented, which brings this adorable look into smarter territories. During the day, these shirts can be worn open, with a T-shirt underneath, to ensure maximum comfort and freedom of movement, while your young one revels in the great outdoors. By night, button up for a smarter look, and pair with full-length chinos.

Primark Kidswear Easter Trends

Shirt £4, shorts £3.80

Primark Kidswear Easter Trends

Kimono & T-shirt set £7, shorts £4.50

With less time and money spent worrying about getting the troops dressed for the day ahead, you can focus on all the fun Easter egg hunts, day trips, and holidays to come. In the meantime, don't forget to check out our other trends for more great value kidswear options, with our signature adorable appeal.

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Primark Kidswear Easter Trends
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