Pinko Spring/Summer 2011 Kidswear Collection

Pinko is presenting a very attractive collection for stylish girls at the age of 8 years and older; the collection includes t-shirts, mini-dresses, jackets, sweaters and pants. Printed t-shirts are awesome with original prints on the chest. Grey short-sleeved t-shirts with prints in black and some red & blue are so stylish, also the black long-sleeved one with a printed portrait in white looks so original. T-shirts are made of cotton and available in sizes from 8 to 16 years. The short dress in light grey is so soft and subtle with fluffy layered skirting and little pearls on the chest; it’s made of viscose and spandex and available in sizes from S to XL. Besides shirts and dresses, there is a fashionable waterproof jacket in this collection made of 100% polyamide in white color, with stand-up collar, two slash pockets, front zipping closure and waist belt; it looks so trendy. This one is only available in size M. Another stylish sweater is the knitted grey one made of wool and acrylic, with Turtleneck, button closure and fur details, it is available in sizes from 6 to 14 years. Black Trousers with two front pockets and two back pockets, logo on front and belt loops are made of cotton and available in sizes from S to XXL. In addition, Pinko presents pants in wide legs with logo on front and zip closure on side, those pants are made of viscose, polyamide and polyester, and available in dark grey color in sizes from XS to XXL.

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