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Non-restrictive Summer Clothing for Playing with Your Children

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During the summer holidays you have a lot of time to play and get to know your children – and who doesn’t love that? However, there is one thing that could be stopping you from fully enjoying those fleeting moments with your little ones, and that’s quite surprising: your wardrobe. Think about it. How many times have you wanted to run around with your kids only to realize that what you were wearing was too restrictive?

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It’s time to shake things up because there’s no reason why you should limit yourself to annoying, limiting things. To make the most of this extra time with your kids, you need a wardrobe that works for you, not against you. That’s why I’ve put together a selection of fashionable and comfortable clothing that will help you enjoy every second of your time with your children. Playing will be even more fun – for you and your little ones!

1. Flowing and Flattering: Wardrobe malfunctions are officially a thing of the past when you wear this ruffled maxi dress around your kids. The long, flowing hem allows for every movement, while the high neckline ensures your kids can’t accidentally expose you if they pull on it. Plus, it’s one of those dresses that you can wear for countless occasions!

2. Not your average jogger: These pull-on trousers with an elastic waistband exude elegance thanks to the linen-like fabric. You’ll be thrilled to know that they’re just as comfortable as any gym pants or leggings!

3. See you then, leggings! Leggings just can’t handle the hot summer temperatures, especially when you’re running around outside with your kids. These bike shorts offer the same comfort without feeling restrictive. It also doesn’t hurt that you can get a set of three for just under $35!

4. Prevent clutter in life: While a white T-shirt is a wardrobe staple, you shouldn’t wear it around children (stains are inevitable). Better to opt for a black shirt, and this one from Miholl is one of the softest we’ve ever felt.

5. One and done: Instead of rummaging through your closet looking for clothes that fit, you’ll feel good about grabbing these chic yet practical dungarees from Anrabess. Their sturdy yet lightweight feel makes it easy to maneuver your kids, no matter what activity they’re participating in!

6. Ditch the Sleeves: Most of the time it is the sleeves that make it difficult for your children to grip. Luckily, sleeves really aren’t necessary in summer! Move freely in this ribbed high neck tank top from Quince. Aside from playing with your kids, it will become a wardrobe staple.

7. Work to Play: Do you have to rush straight from work to pick up the kids? No problem! These ultra-elastic Ponte ankle pants move and stretch with your body. No one in the office will even notice that they are stretchy!

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8. Sporty mom! These are sports skirts preferably An item to have in your summer wardrobe. They function the same as gym shorts, but have a pretty feminine touch. Not to mention, there is absolutely no risk of accidentally flashing anyone!

9. Picnic ready! If you’re trying to take a summer family portrait, you can’t go wrong with this linen fit & flare midi dress. You’ll look neat and tidy even when the kids try to run away from the camera!

10. Pockets on Pockets: It’s a good idea to avoid purse strings when playing with the kids (you never know when you’ll need to spring into action!). This is where these Lululemon cargo pants come in handy – you can store important things like keys, wallet and cell phone in the deep functional pockets!

11. Night Uniform: On cooler days, a lightweight sweatshirt will keep you warm without feeling restrictive. Super plush and durable, lululemon’s Scuba Quarter Zip will accompany you through all of life’s moments!

12. Ultimate Sporty Dress: Summer dresses have their time and place, but functional active dresses (like this one from Zella) are the first choice when it comes to playing with your kids as they are sturdier and more resilient!

13. The Best Jeans: I wouldn’t regularly recommend wearing jeans when playing with your kids (they’re one of the most restrictive pieces of clothing), but a solid pair of stretch denim will keep you moving and getting in the groove. The wide leg shape of this hidden model is super trendy and allows you more freedom of movement!

14. For upscale occasions: When you can’t wear a t-shirt or need to dress up for an event with your kids, opt for this free-flowing Free People blouse!

15. Shorts for the Season: Denim shorts can be tricky, but the wide leg cut of this Kut pair from Kloth will have you feeling like supermom!

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