Tis the season to scurry to the web and take advantage of all the great designer kids’ clothes that are starting to go on sale. At least here, we’ve got a good four months left of sweater weather and then some. A new shop to add to your bookmarks: Melijoe, where an insane array of designer kids’ and baby clothes, including their own line, is now up to 60% off.
The M by Melijoe line is comprised of really high quality, nicely made wardrobe staples for babies and kids — the kind of basics you think you’re getting at big mall stores, only those fall apart after a season and then you have to get new ones. (Can you tell I’ve been there?) There are cute tees, undies, and tanks, but we tried out the children’s turtlenecks. My kids absolutely love the stretch and soft feel and I dig that after multiple washes they haven’t faded. They’re sized a little large, so my 6-year-old can wear the 6/8 kind of long and tunic-y, while my skinny 8-year old fits in the same shirt with a bit of room to spare herself. Whoo, twofer!
The kicker: The shirt sets are 50% off. So I’m ordering them in another set of colors as I write this. $26 for three, hello.
Beyond basics, check out the rest of the shop featuring designer kids’ brands like Paul Smith Junior, Camper (50% off their awesome shoes!), Little Marc Jacob, Chloé, Souris Mini, Desigual, Japan Rags, and Catimini — all also on sale.
Yes, that gorgeous Junior Gaultier coat is still $120 but that sure beats the original $200 pricetag. I did say it was designer. Still, there’s also stuff from brands like Levi’s and Timberland. In fact, keep browsing (the nav is so easy, all online shops should be like this!) and you’ll find really cute parkas from Pepe Jeans at half off that make me wish we weren’t already covered in that department.
103 pages of sales items, right now mamas. Clothes, shoes accessories…jump on it.
Visit Melijoe for the M by Melijoe line and designer kids clothes and accessories in sizes 0-16y. All on sale now! *Just note there can be some big shipping fees to the US so take a look — but the sales prices may more than make up for it.
Also check out the vast lookbook for tons of kids’ style inspiration and direct links to all the items shown.