Target Paired With the Museum of Ice Cream to Create the Coolest Kids Apparel Line for Summer
Any Instagram-obsessed fashionista is going to want these aesthetically pleasing and affordable looks all over their feed.
Ditching the school uniform and rocking a cool for the summer look has never been sweeter thanks to Target’s latest clothing line collab with the Museum of Ice Cream. Leave it to the world’s leading creator of interactive experiences to inspire these pastel-hued, graphic design-filled styles sold exclusively at Target as a part of their Art Class kids’ apparel and accessories collection. This line is perfect for all young hipsters in the making and you’re going to want in.
There is nothing the Art Class kids’ apparel and accessories collection doesn’t have from your staple apparel pieces for girls and boys alike to fun socks, fanny packs, hats, skateboards, lanyards, swimwear, and lunchboxes.
Ranging in price from $5.99-$59.99 (although, most items are under $25) each piece sticks to the dessert-theme—played up with summery prints and bright colors for a whimsical summery aesthetic.
Can we take a moment to specifically fan-girl a few select pieces? Between the matching banana button up and shorts to the marble printed jean skirt and jacket combo—these sets will take any trendsetter to new heights.
Not to mention the clear Museum of Ice Cream visor and retro “Pink Ladies”-inspired sprinkles shirt—what do we have to do to get these in adult sizes?
Styled by Target has never looked so good, this line takes the cake as far as the retailer’s kids apparel selection goes. Keep in mind, this is a limited-edition collection available on June 3rd in select Target stores and online, you’re going to want to check it out.