There are only a few days left before the kids head back to school, and for the wealthy, it’s a chance to buy jaw-dropping designer gear that will make their child the envy of the playground.
Designers such as Burberry, Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren have released children’s clothing that will give a very stylish take on the school uniform.
UK online retailers Alex and Alexa, specializing in luxury children’s clothing, have put together a back to school edition with adorable jackets, dresses and jumpers that come with tempting price tags.
Designers such as Burberry, Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren have released children’s clothing that will give a very stylish take on the school uniform. Pictured: A Burberry dress priced at £550 with matching trainers priced at £240, left, and a Ralph Lauren dino tracksuit priced at £79
The collection, which is packed with designer labels including a Burberry dress priced at £550 with matching trainers priced at £240.
Meanwhile, the money’s no object edition also includes coats and parkas from Gucci Kids, including a boys’ blue raincoat priced at £1,084.
Some parents might prefer to invest in a legal expense kit when it comes to school clothes, or even pass clothes from child to child to reduce expenses.
But the mega-rich can splash out on £160 jackets or a £40 pair of designer leggings from Calvin Klein Jeans for their little one.
Luxury childrenswear retailer Alex and Alexa also recommended jeans from Bonpoint priced at £125 and a black puffer jacket from Moncler priced at £485 (right)
Gucci is selling a boys raincoat for £1,084 which is also part of Alex and Alex’s back to school montage
Sporty toddlers can also look forward to reaching their EP class dressed in colorful tracksuit bottoms from Ralph Lauren costing £79 a pair, adorned with neon dinosaurs.
For girls, Alex and Alexa also recommend bohemian-chic pieces like a floral dress by designer Louise Misha, which costs £95.
Other parents with money to spend may want to buy a pair of Bonpoint flare jeans for their daughters, which will cost them £125 for a pair.
For a more modern look, expect to see rich little girls don Moncler jackets costing £485 when it gets chilly on the playground.
Studious pupils will take their books to school in £773 Gucci rucksacks, left, or eat their lunch in £50 lunch sets
Burberry is selling adorable Burberry teddy bear trainers for £240, and they come with a matching dress costing £550
You might also see the more studious of these wealthy pupils storing their schoolbooks in monogrammed Gucci backpacks, costing £773, or eating their lunch in £50 sets.
While the super rich have the luxury of splashing out on these luxury items for their offspring, across the country more and more parents are turning to low-cost gear as the cost of living crisis hits families hard. families.
Supermarkets have started offering school uniforms as part of their back-to-school lines, with sets of two for as little as £10.49 at Aldi.
Two sets from Poundland’s clothing brand PepCo cost £12. Tesco is offering two complete sets of uniforms for £17.50, while George at Asda is £14.50 for two sets.
It comes after alarming reports that British parents are skipping meals so they can afford to buy their children’s uniforms as inflation soars.
British designer Louise Misha has a collection of bohemian chic dresses for girls, from £95
Trendy boys in the playground could wear this £160 puffer jacket from Calvin Klein jeans next week
Calvin Klein Jeans is also selling a £40 pair of designer leggings, which can be paired with designer boots