RUUM Kids Clothes 2014 Spring Collection

RUUM, is a leading retailer of stylish, high-quality, affordable kids clothing. The new line of spring clothes for 2014 is designed specifically to appeal to girls and boys from toddler to preteen. Both girls’ and boys’ lines are divided into three collections, each offering a unique and coordinated look that kids and parents are certain to love.

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Girls have their own options to choose from, beginning with the Lumiscense collection which combines laser-cutting and tie-dye techniques to add a funky, contemporary twist to wardrobe standards; the Arizona Dreams collection, offering patterned denim, loose-knit sweaters and toned-down brights; and the Sweet Streets collection, with its bright colors, feminine florals and activewear fabrics.

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Boys can choose from the Sundance collection, which offers pre-faded shirts and fine-gauge sweaters; the New Wave collection, featuring bright stripes, solids and plaids; and the All American collection, offering sweaters, t-shirts and other casual, denim-friendly styles.

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All of the collections in each line can be mixed and matched, which means parents and kids can enjoy unparalleled versatility by combining patterns, colors and textures in fun ways that express their individual styles and preferences. Both boys’ and girls’ lines offer lightweight sweaters or fleece separates to help kids transition from the cooler, early months of spring right into those warm, lazy days of summer.

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 Learn more about RUUM American Kid’s Wear and see its entire line of boys’ and girls’ clothing, including clothing for toddlers, ‘tweens and babies, visit the RUUM website at Additionally, RUUM is active on Facebook at and Twitter at, as well as on their blog at

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