The constant shopping for your tot’s wardrobe can be fun but also daunting at times, so I’ve taken out the guesswork with a roundup of girly summer essentials – heart-embellished sandals, floral appliqués on hats, and pink dresses accented ever so subtly with a silver, glittery sheen.
While it’s not unusual for tots to play dress up, these celeb kids take the game to a whole new level. Suri Cruise leads the pack in a navy bow-embellished dress from Oscar de la Renta (at Oscar de la Renta for $295). She’s the picture of a classic schoolgirl, save for her furry bright pink coat, a touch that ODLR probably wouldn’t have added, but that any little girl would love.
Oscar de la Renta isn’t just the master of glittering gowns and sparkly minaudières – he’s equally skilled in the children’s department! So it only makes sense that his luxe Madison Ave. boutique has a salon for tots. They’ll be holding a party there on October 8th to celebrate its opening with champs for the adults and plenty of cute clothes for the little ones.
Charlotte Olympia’s quirky creations are finally available for tots! Really, it makes a lot of sense – who would love a pair of kitty cat flats more than little girls?? The collection is named after the “Incy Wincy Spider” nursery rhyme – seriously appropriate considering Olympia’s logo is a web.
What better way to get kids interested in fashion than with a catalogue modeled on a child’s picture book? The creative campaign mixes photos of Fendi-wearing tots with wintery illustrations of cute little animals. In a collection inspired by the great outdoors, fur naturally takes center stage, appearing on hats (only tots can pull off the Davy Crockett look), boots, coats, and even collars.
Vans and Sanrio, the maker of all things Hello Kitty, have teamed up again to create a collection of footwear, sportswear, and accessories for women and girls. It seems like the famous kitten has collaborated with every brand out there and always with success. Little girls love her and much like their Mom Snobs, they […]
When I was a kid, I used to give my dad silly little things for the day of the year he was actually celebrated for being my father. As I grew older, I began to realize that simple trinkets really wouldn’t cut it. This year, I’m gearing up (and thinking about what really would go […]
Gareth Pugh’s indulgent creations seem to step straight from our dreams onto the runway. I love his imaginative style. Honestly, why can’t pants have trains?? I hate when a party kicks into high gear, and I’m stuck on the sidelines in a constricting floor-length gown. Now we get glamour and function in one pretty package. […]