A sweet new line for tots and tweens–hold the bling

Girls' clothes by Millions of ColorsWhen I go shopping for my nieces, I often find myself wishing I could just shrink my own wardrobe for them. There are so many brands out there that feel it’s necessary to splash sequins all over their duds or plaster them with silly little sayings. Thankfully, there’s a new girls-only brand designing adorable clothes that have neither bling nor catch phrases.

The label Millions of Colors
is an all-girls collection of super-cute separates for
mini-sophisticates ages 2-12. Frankly, there’s nothing I don’t want from
this label–for myself. The winter collection is full of pretty
cardigans, chic tweed coats and fun ruffle skirts, which I love paired
with leggings and Converse.

The bad news is that this isn’t a
bargain-priced line. The good news is that there’s a ton of offerings
from the brand on sale right now at Lil Swanky, including the adorable striped dress pictured, regularly $50 on sale for $38. I’ll be buying this grey and navy ruffle dress for my niece’s birthday next year. After all, I have to think about protecting my status as favorite aunt. -Melissa

Check out the Millions of Colors look book on their site, and shop the clothes on sale at Lil Swanky.


Melissa Schweiger is a seasoned author, journalist, blogger and proud mom of two troublemaking boys.


  • Reply January 11, 2012


    Thank you for promoting an anti-sequins line. As a mother of two daughters, I am always looking for some simple, yet fun pieces. These are great. And I agree, I would love them all for myself as well. Now, if only these things were a little less expensive. Thanks for passing on info about the sale items, though!

  • Reply January 12, 2012


    I love this post and plan to check this line out ASAP.

  • Reply January 12, 2012


    I, too, look forward to checking out this tasteful line. Some moms and I were chatting today about how the change from size 0-5 to size 6-12 goes from cute to risque. Amazing what some of the major retailers are marketing these days!

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