How many times do you take your kids out to find that there are other kids wearing the same clothes? Shopping at a kids’ clothing boutique is one way to avoid this. Boutiques are not mass market, they sell to a smaller clientele and have unique designs that there’s much less chance of someone else having. Whilst they can be a little more expensive, sometimes it’s worth it for a one-off item to treat your kid to.
Here are 4 kids fashion boutiques we’d thought you’d like and that we’re sure most of your friends won’t have heard of!
With their globally inspired prints and chunky knitwear, we love Tea Collection‘s new range of children’s outfits. They make truly beautiful clothes for beautiful kids and this latest Tea Collection ticks every box for both boys’ and girls’ outfits. As Autumn or Fall, whichever you call it, approaches, you find their designs make your kids stand out from the crowd whilst staying warm.
The fashion designers at Tea Collection travel the world looking for ideas to design their kids’ clothes. They use only high-quality fabrics and the garments are made to endure. They are available for children up to the age of 12. Go check them out in the video by clicking below.
Worn by Prince George and Princess Charlotte, the Amaia collection includes some very chic blouses, gorgeous floral print dresses, classy collared shirts and brilliantly coloured jumpers. We love the red ones especially. Catering from baby up to young teens, there is something for everyone here including a wide selection of
We love the red ones especially. Catering from baby up to young teens, there is something for everyone here including a wide selection of well designed children’s accessories, shoes and even Christening outfits.
Amaia has a different style of kids’ clothing completely. Their collections feature classic designs in bold colours and stripes that certainly have an impact. The look is a mixture of retro and contemporary with a distinctly early 20th Century, European look to the clothing that makes them look quite ‘well to do’. They’re the sort of clothes you’d expect to see on children of parents with taste.
We’re sure you’ll absolutely adore the new collection of boys’ and girls’ clothes from Hartstrings.
A fresh range of distinctive designs in seasonal colours that look fantastic and will keep your kids feeling snug as the autumn weather settles in. There’s different ranges of clothing for boys and girls, each with a unique style – the Neo Geo girl’s collection uses bold geometric prints, whilst the Voyage collection is internationally inspired.
They also have a massive sale going on at the moment with up to 65% off, so grab a bargain whilst you can!
No discussion of children’s boutiques would be complete without including a French designer in the mix and Marie Puce is one we thought whose clothes were something special. A designer for Liberty, she now designs her own range of fab clothing.
Chic lines and subtle colours give a real Parisienne feel to the outfits, whilst brightly coloured detailing and Liberty prints give them a unique ‘je ne sais quoi’. Marie Puce uses only the best fabrics to ensure the outstanding quality – but the prices are reasonable. For girls and boys up to 12 years old (some styles up to age 18).
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