This set of Mango Kids‘ white dresses is unified by one element (apart from the, um, dresses….)……the clogs. As footwear to go with outfits this delicate and feminine, they might seem to be an odd choice: but like clumpy boots and filigree skirts, the contrast works. The dresses themselves remind me very much of a recent post on Gaudì Teen‘s similar styles:
……tho’ the Gaudì dress has layers, and the model (Leire Cardoso) is wearing attractive sandals. It’s a style that every teen (and even younger) girl needs in her wardrobe to complement her summer tan – tho’ as you can see, it’s still pretty with paler skin.
Here are some more Mango outfits – just missing the clogs (not visibly, anyway):
Mango Kids really is a go-to brand – a massive selection of pretty, yet practical styles at affordable prices, dedicated sites in a large number of languages: and really well shot promotions and catalogue images with excellent (Sugar Kids) models. Remember the Mango Kids swimsuit post? As it was a promotion the visual style was completely different – warm, colourful and featuring the models interacting:
…..also very different in terms of composition – unexpected spaces, girls back-to-back, parts of the models (some of the same models seen in the dresses) cropped – they really made you pay attention. (And, by the way, watch the last YouTube video at the bottom of the post for the SS16 June Lookbook, if you want to see some of the shooting of this swimwear session – it’s even got a Marilyn Monroe air-vent homage!)
Here are some more by Mango Kids, just not white dresses:
The outfits speak for themselves: bright, attractive and simple: and always an excellent choice of models, trying to sell every shot. The brand’s Instagram account is very different (see image link at end of post) – hardly any catalogue images (except for the first two – improved for Halloween), and lots of involving scenes:
…….and, last but not least – our old friend Aroa Renau (and don’t miss the “Back to School” penultimate video below if you want to see Aroa having fun over-acting!):