Shrnk brings back the 80s with a punky twist


 
 

By Maria Pilar Clark

Contributor and blogger
 

The days of slap bracelets, Atari and Tiger Beat might be behind us, but Shrnk sees no reason not to revamp, revive and otherwise refresh the best parts of the 80's to bring them back with a punky twist.

Their stylin' hip rags for newborns and kids (acronym: Shrnk) offer the ultimate in pre-washed, worn-in cotton softness with all the throwback themes (think graphics like mix tapes, friend necklaces, tiger stripes, concert buttons and more) a kid needs to bring the past into the present.

Raw sleeve edges, unraveled hems and matching pieces like lace-edged leggings, layered skirts and cargo pants complete the whole look while keeping modern comfort in mind, and look super cute on the kids while they play air guitar with a wooden spoon or rock out to the sounds of their own pots and pans band.

 
 







 
 
 
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