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PUMA x Sesame Street | Iconic Footwear collection for children

PUMA has partnered with Sesame Workshop, the organization behind Sesame Street, to introduce a kid’s collection inspired by the well-loved characters of the long-standing show.

The PUMA x Sesame Street collection includes an array of adorable and iconic footwear styles from the PUMA archive in mini versions coupled with designs featuring Sesame Street’s adorable set of characters available for boys and girls from age 1 to 12 years. For babies 3 months to one year, they can frolic in the Crib Sesame Street infant bootie.

Also featuring the Sesame Street crew are T-Shirts, sweat jackets and pants, bermudas and leggings as well as backpacks, water bottles and play sacks for boys and girls from 2 to 12 years old.

The PUMA x Sesame Street collection will be available in PUMA stores and select kid’s stores globally, beginning in January 2016.

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If my 3 year old daughter would let me pick her clothes….

I don’t know about you but dressing my 3 year old girl is usually a struggle except on nursery days when she has a uniform (thank goodness!).  On most days she wins – I don’t have the energy to fight or perhaps there are some more important battles to save my strength for.  When we went skiing last Christmas, it took me 15 minutes to dress my two boys in their full winter gear.  I took 45 minutes to put on her full winter kit (it was pink, mind you) yelling and screaming that everything had to be pink and not ‘scatchy’ (in other words, no woollen jumpers).

In my fantasy world, I have collected some outfits I can only dream of getting my daughter to wear.  I do love the whimsical, preppy look, and once in a while my sweet Sofia will indulge me.  I have to remember she is not my doll but she is her own little person with a very strong personality.  Can anyone explain to me where pink and sparkles came from that most little girls are just magnetically drawn to?  What did little girls choose before pink and sparkles were invented?