KidCuteTure provided me with a Nia Tunic And Legging Set for this review. I was not financially compensated for this post. My opinions are my own and not by any means influenced by any other part
A couple of weeks ago, I was asked if I wanted to do a review for a kids clothing line called KidCuteture and after taking a quick peek to their catalog, I had to say yes!
KidCuteTure is a mother-and-daughter team creating beautiful, imaginative and functional children’s clothing crafted from the finest, machine-washable Peruvian cottons and cut in sizes from 3 months to 16 years.
They offer a unique, fun and comfortable selection of clothing that your girls will love!
The designs are not what you usually see in the kiddy stores. The KidCuteture styles are very fashion oriented without losing the comfort factor.
For this review I picked the Nia Tunic and Legging Set in Cherry
The Nia Tunic and Legging Set in Cherry, the tunic features an angular hood design that ends on a triangular shape with a little bow at the end. The hood also has ties and square pockets with little star studs to adorn the pockets. The tunic is made with a very soft fabric and is combined with a gray color fabric.
The fabric combination looks really neat together and makes for a really nice statement piece. I absolutely love the way this tunic looks and feel, I was really pleasantly surprised on how very soft the fabric is.
The tunic also features an enveloped hem – cut flat in the front and deep triangle in the back to complete the unusual design on this must have piece. I must add that I really liked the design when I saw it on their website but loved it once I saw it.
At first glance the outfit looked big, but the reality is that it fit my little lady just perfect. The leggings are made with the soft fabric as the tunic and are made with solid cherry color.
The tunic has long sleeves which makes it perfect for when the temperature is a little cold and the design permits you to add a cute coat when you need a little bit more warmth and when the temperature is not quite as cold you can just wear the set by itself, either way the outfit is really cute.
There are no buttons or zippers on the set, so your little lady would have no problem putting it on or taking it off.
The set has a retail price of $90.00 and it is just one of the many couture designs you will find in this one of a kind store.
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