Dressing Up: Style Hits the High Street with the Launch of Cos Kids

Emily Manning

Emily Manning

October 30, 2018

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Childrenswear is infinitely cooler with the addition of a new collection from Cos with many unisex pieces, and plenty to mix and match. Style really has hit the high street with the launch of Cos Kids. Check out my favourite picks from the new range here:

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Cos is owned by H&M, another parent favourite, so it will be interesting to see how popular the new Cos Kids range becomes.

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Mykidstime Cos Kids Range

From left to right: jersey dress with fake pockets, €29; brush dot print dress, €29; gathered panel jersey dress, €29.

Previously, Cos had some baby and toddler items in sizes 0-4 years, but has now launched an official Cos Kids collection. Parents looking for the classic elegance Cos is known for, will now find sizes running up to age 10.

With all the block prints, soft fabrics and neutral colours that makes the adult ranges popular, I was really excited to see that a kids range didn’t consist entirely of characters, emojis or grown-up styles more suited to teens and adults.

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Mykidstime Cos Kids Range

From left to right: round collar shirt, €29; ruffled seersucker swimsuit, €25; cotton sweatshirt with applique, €29.

I fell in love with quite a lot of the range – and, in particular, with how well they mix and match. The prices aren’t bad either; higher than the typical high street stores, but worth it for the versatility of some of the pieces.

And just look at this block coat – I want it in my size!

Mykidstime Cos Kids Range

From left to right: boiled wool block coat, €79; layered sleeveless wool dress, €49; pouch-pocket cotton dress, €29.

According to Cos, “dresses and tops come in an array of bright and understated colours. They’re crafted in simple, A-line silhouettes with voluminous sleeves and flared skirts adding playful detail.”

Meanwhile, the boys range “features modern pieces, designed for the everyday. Playful prints and splashes of bold colour update classic staples”.

Mykidstime Cos Kids Range

From left to right: zip-up knitted cardigan, €35; patch pocket cotton trousers, €35; printed jersey sweatshirt, €35.

These are clothes that are designed to wear well, and comes in a mix of cotton, jersey and corduroy.

The Cos Kids collection is available online and in-store now, but is soon to be joined by the brand’s first babywear range. This range, which will be available from November 16th, will feature babygrows, knitwear and blankets for 0-12 months.

Mykidstime Cos Kids Range

From left to right: collarless cotton shirt, €39; striped top with elbow patches, €15; checked grandad-collar shirt, €35.

The babywear range will be a mix of unisex items in neutral colours and natural materials. Soft merino wool, cashmere and organic cotton will be included, so this could be the perfect choice for new baby gifts and some staples.

There’s no doubt that this is a very cool, minimalist and classic range – the type of clothes that don’t lose their appeal for parents who want something that lasts and can be handed down between siblings.

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Which is your favourite item from the Cos Kids range? Leave a comment below and let us know – we’d love to hear from you!

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Published On: October 30th, 2018 / Categories: Lifestyle / Last Updated: January 7th, 2019 / Tags: , /

About the Author: Emily Manning

Emily is the coffee-loving Editor of MyKidsTime. Mum of one daughter and two naughty Tibetan Terriers, she is particularly partial to Curly Wurlys and unable to resist pretty stationery and new cookbooks. As an avid foodie and domestic goddess-wannabe, she is most likely to be found in the kitchen.

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