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Fall Fashion Trends 2013

10 Kids With Sharp Fashion Sense

Some sharp-dressed siblings share their fashion sense—and sensibility. 

Maxime and Nico
Ryan Pfluger
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Maxime and Nico

Ages: 9 and 7.

Maxime says: “I wear leggings with tunics, and dresses with my soldier jacket. But I hate tights—they’re a pain.” Maxime dresses for comfort, because she likes to be on the move. “I go rock climbing on a wall at the gym. I can go all the way to the top. My sister stops halfway.”

Maxime wears: Ella Moss polyester-and-cotton dress, $118, ellamoss.com. Antik Batik cotton scarf, $65, yoyamart.com for info. Lazo metal-and-vinyl bracelets, $35 for two, yoyamart.com for info.

Nico says: “I don’t usually wear pink. Dark pink I like.” According to her mom, “Nico is very creative with her style. She will match odd things, like ruffly dresses and Adidas, and it usually works.” And Nico always tops off any outfit with at least one necklace: “I have about 20. I’m not allowed to get my ears pierced yet.”

Nico wears: Stella McCartney polyester-tulle dress, $140, stellamccartney.com. Atsuyo et Akiko gold-fill-and-plastic necklace, $70, atsuyoetakiko.com for info.

 

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