4 Spring Outfits From H&M Your Kids Will Love, Inspired By The Colors And Faces Of Nature

By Christina Cacouris
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Spring is just about to bloom, and with it comes the inevitable switch from heavy winter gear to lightweight staples. And although it might sound easy, we know that finding pieces up to par with your kids’ creative ways can be a challenge. Thankfully, we've found one line that checks all of our boxes: H&M’s latest kids collection, designed in collaboration with wildlife artist Karolina Kijak. Filled with colorful animal prints, and flowers, these pieces are perfect for running around outdoors and enjoying the warmer weather.

Best of all, everything can be mixed and matched. So to kick off your kids' closet refresh, we’ve put together four outfit ideas. From playful watercolor prints to fun dresses and quirky accessories, these looks work for anything from playdates to family dinners. With a mixture of wildlife motifs from land to sea, your kids will have so much fun getting dressed — and with pieces this versatile, they can even put together their own outfit creations!

Transitional weather means layering is essential — and there’s no better combo than a lightweight cotton set and a sturdy denim jacket. Balance this epic shark print with easy basics that your kid can run around in.

For the ultimate playdate outfit, look no further. A cheetah T-shirt and matching bag will get kids in the outdoor spirit, and cargo pants mean they can run, jump, and climb trees with ease. Best of all, these darker colors can withstand a little grass and dirt.

For something a little fancier, match this tropical leaf-print dress with a fun pair of cheetah sandals. Top the combo with a white denim jacket to keep warm — after all, it’s not summer just yet!

There’s no better way to show off the budding zoologist in the family than with a colorful sea-life T-shirt. With a pair of cargo pants to finish it off, this outfit will take your kids from school to the beach and anywhere in between.

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