Kids grow a lot when they're little, which means they outgrow clothes really fast! This can make shopping for new clothes every few months very expensive for families, especially if they have more than one kid. It can also be wasteful to throw away clothes that are only worn for a short time. To help with these issues, a fashion designer named Ryan Yasin created a line of clothing that expands as babies get bigger!
Yasin's outfits are created from stretchable materials that can fold like origami. The pants and blouse set are able to expand to up to seven times their original size, which is about the number of times a little kid will have to change their wardrobe. Yasin also designed his clothing to be waterproof, washable, and recyclable, in order to improve sustainability within the fashion industry. He hopes this will help more families purchase less clothing in the future!
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