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For any parents yachting to St Tropez next summer, the Guess SS12 childrenswear collection would be the ideal collection to pack. En route to sunnier climes, Guess suggest dressing in a nautical theme - girls should sport slouchy, stripe T-shirts and vests with either denim shorts or three-quarter length trousers. For the little boy sailor, striped scarves look good worn over sporty T-shirts. Even duck jackets dressed with rolled up chinos maximise the at-sea mood. For every mini sailor a Dixie Cup hat is a must-wear as is the oversized striped canvas bag.

Once on sunnier shores, Guess suggest sporting a stronger pallet of brights - orange jackets, belts and canvas shoes look good for boys as do pillar-box red cardigans over check swimmers styled with large aviators and pork-pie hats. For girls the sundress should be patterned in a romantic floral print, accesorized with a wicker shopper covered in silk flowers. For the beach, specifically Pampelonne beach, striped swimwear should be worn with an oversized shirt.

When the sun is setting and one is heading out for dinner or maybe a beach party; black and white are Guess's choice. Sequin hotpants worn with oversized T-shirts and frilly rara skirts matched with sequined waistcoats are what the Guess girls are wearing at le Club 55. For their boy companions, rolled-up-jeans and unstyled shirts worn over simple jersey T-shirts are very St Tropez.


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