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stitch fix kds new activewear line

Back-to-school season is in full swing, and in the midst of the uncertainty surrounding the opening of schools, mamas are finding it difficult to know what clothing and supplies to purchase.

To kids give kids choice in developing their personal style—whether they're going virtual or heading back to physical school—it's important to invest in quality pieces that will withstand their energetic lifestyle.

So Stitch Fix Kids just provided us with a fun solution with the release of their new activewear line for kids (and it comes in sizes from 2T to 18).

The new RUNWAY collection takes the stress out of buying workout clothes for your kids by providing style, expression and quality all in one. The line is centered around the idea of pushing our little ones to achieve their goals and reach their highest potential, all while sporting quality workout clothing that expresses their personal style. After learning that girls were avoiding strictly gendered styles and boys were open to wearing bright colors, the company incorporated a unique, diverse cast of kids and athletic clothing to choose from.

stitch fix kids activewear line

These trendy new pieces feature hoodies, shorts and hats that include motivational phrases like "attack the glass" and "you are limitless" to keep kids inspired and build their confidence.

To help give mama's more bang for their buck, each piece in the line includes quick dry technology to keep kids comfy and dry while having fun.

stitch fix kids activewear line

Stitch Fix Kids RUNWAY line is deconstructing gender norms in fashion and empowering kids to push boundaries all through clothes—and we love that. If you want to give it a try, schedule a fix to get started with a few pieces.

We independently select and share the products we love—and may receive a commission if you choose to buy. You've got this.

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