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Children’s collection Spring Layers

As sunny days get closer, we are finally letting go of winter outerwear. Instead, now we look for pieces that are versatile, easy to pack and light enough to carry around.


Among our favourite spring outerwear for children are quilted coats, fleece zip-ups and utility-inspired jackets. Read more to find out what we love about these pieces. 

01 Quilted coats and jackets

These are the most suited for the little ones at the beginning of the transitional season. Quilted and padded, they protect against the cold, but the lighter silhouettes and colours add a spring feeling to the rotation. 

02 Fleece zip-ups

A wonderful layering piece for all – we wear our fleece as much as they do. Fleece jackets are practical, warm, cosy and not bulky: a perfect mid-layer at the beginning of the transitional season, and a great top-layer to keep around once spring has settled in. 

01 Utility jackets

We love utility-inspired sets for children, and their versatility. Worn together, the pieces are a charming set and used separately, the top makes a great spring jacket. They can wear it as thicker shirt when it's still a bit cold, or as a light jacket for spring and summer. If you feel like matching them, wear your favourite overshirt too.

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