Thought it might not mean less laundry, it might mean less back to school shopping.
Parents, you might have a dream where all of your kids are happy going to the same store for back to school shopping—not spending a whole day at the mall going to each and every store to find something in each style, size, and comfort level for your kids. So start rejoicing, because this dream is becoming a reality (and it might even save you some money, too, if you have similarly sized children.) The perennial cool-kid brand abercrombie has announced a line of unisex clothing for spring that’s so alluring that all of your kids will want a piece.
The line, which they’re calling the Everybody Collection, features 25 styles including tops, bottoms, and accessories for boys, girls, and gender non-conforming kids. Skate and street wear culture influence the graphic tees and hoodies, military trends are incorporated into their camouflage pullovers and bomber jackets, and the cool color of the moment, pale millennial pink, is featured on their long sleeve tees and crewnecks.
Though the clothes are for kids ages five to 14, we think they look so cute and comfy that we want them in adult sizes, too. According to a press release, the company launched the collection after parents and preteens gave feedback about wanting to be able to shop across genders, and not be restricted to certain styles or colors. (And since abercrombie is so adaptive to feedback, maybe if we tell them we want them in our size, too, they might even deliver!)
Ready to buy? The collection will be sold in all abercrombie kids stores in the center of the store and is available to shop online abercrombie.com in both the boys’ and girls’ sections. The Everybody Collection will update this summer and for back-to-school, as well, in case something your child is jonesing for sells out quickly.
And if you’re still shying away from buying any new clothes for your rapidly growing young one, check out this magical clothing that grows with your child.