Category: Cool Kids’ Clothes + Accessories

What’s black and white and cool all over? Hip new kids swimwear from Nununu

I pretty much love all the hip, modern kidswear from Nununu. Some of it pushes design boundaries though, so when I heard they introduced new swimwear for kids this season– well, I wasn’t sure if it would be a little too avant-garde for most parents, or as wearable as the few Nununu basics that my youngest daughter owns and never wants to take off. Turns out, the swimwear is not only wearable, it’s modern, fun, and even modest. Which is the trifecta for this mom. You’ll find Nununu swimsuits for kids and babies in every shade of black. And okay, a little gray or white thrown...

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The cutest new kids’ sneakers? Found them.

We’re dying of cuteness over here! Having just taken a look at the brand new collection of cute kids’ sneakers from EMU Australia — oh my goodness. Adorable. I think they’re sporty enough for a trip to the playground but stylish enough for Sunday brunch. Provided you’re not brunching at Buckingham Palace. They’re definitely on the spendy side, but how can you resist the designs and all that awesome detail — like the fin behind the shark, or the paw print on the sole? Just be warned: you’ll need to add a good 10 minutes to your walks down the block now, because people are...

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Kidbox: It’s like Stitch Fix, for kids.

Last fall, two of our editors tried Stitch Fix and gave their totally honest reviews about their experience (one liked it, one didn’t). This month a new twist on the popular shopping service trend launched, but this time it’s for kids. Intrigued? Yes. Sold? Well, maybe. There were some obvious pros (hello, massive time saver for busy parents!) but also some cons (which I’ll get to in a minute). I tried out Kidbox to see how it worked for a mom on a budget and an 8-year-old girl with, let’s just say, strong opinions about her clothes. Here’s what I found out.   Similar to...

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5 ridiculously cute little girls’ shoes for spring and summer

Though I haven’t been able to pack away the winter boots just yet (and really, spring, where are you?), I’m pretty sure the warm weather will be here soon. To help us all get ready for no-socks season, I’ve rounded up five of the most ridiculously cute spring and summer shoes for our little girls. Order now and you’ll have the perfect pair of jellies or sandals for your daughter for when the weather finally takes a turn for the better. CMP is an rstyle affiliate Known primarily for their warm and fluffy sheepskin boots, Emu Australia has also designed the cutest little Rabbit...

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Vans shoes, even customizable for your budding fashion designer

I just so happened to be in a Vans store without children last weekend (dreamy, right?) and whoa, just when I thought some of my favorite shoes couldn’t get any cooler, they did. If you’re like me and are shopping for spring and summer shoes for your kids, take a peek at what I found. So, while the Late Night line isn’t super new, it’s definitely new to me. I snatched up the Donut slip-ons for my daughter, who’s completely, 100% obsessed with them. But I have to say the Pizza slip-ons cracked me up. Related: Fayvel shoes let...

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One of the trendiest clothing brands for kids just got super affordable. Parents rejoice!

We have loved Pink Chicken‘s beautifully made, non-fussy dresses and tunics for so many years. I remember Liz once showing off one of her favorite dresses that had been passed from child to child and was still going strong many years later. (Editor’s Note: It’s a size 4 and my 8 year old still wears it as a tunic! -L) It definitely made that splurge a whole lot easier to justify. But now, there’s no need to find justification in splurging on their stylish dresses. Boho-chic Happy by Pink Chicken is a new line of more affordable girls and women’s clothes exclusively online at Target. Same bright colors, fun graphics, and...

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The prettiest floral rain coats for spring that our girls will think are really cool

Everything’s coming up roses… and daisies and poppies and all the other flowers of springtime. And, lucky for our girls, we’re seeing these fashionable florals all over the most stylish rain coats of the season. Enjoy a burst of color on even the dreariest of days. Related: Modern floral Easter dresses for girls: 8 picks our girls love as much as we do From soft, lightweight jackets our girls can put on whenever a drizzle looks imminent, to hardcore performance coats that will keep them dry in a downpour, we found eight stylish options in all sizes to cover our toddlers and our tweens. Rain, rain go away? Maybe not, with...

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Announcing Rosie Pope Baby: Designer baby clothes made more affordable

Before you buy your next baby shower gift, you’re going to want to check out this new collection from one of our very favorite maternity designers (and amazing friend to CMP), Rosie Pope. Now she’s turned her attention to launching Rosie Pope Baby, and we cannot stop oohing and aahing this collection of cute little clothes and shoes. Related: Rosie Pope shares hilarious tips for sex after pregnancy The entire line is fun, quirky, modern and remarkably more affordable than what I might have expected. A five-pack of baby onesies in wonderful, trendy prints? Just $32. Sweet baby gift. As for my own favorites, a pair of silver bunny shoes, complete...

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These brilliant light-up rain boots for kids will brighten even the dreariest of days.

My criteria for selecting rain boots for my kids is pretty simple: The boots need to keep their feet dry. But, now that I’ve found Western Chief Kids’ lighted boots, and I know my kids are going to be begging for their boots to do more than just keep them warm, I am certain I’ll be adding one more box to that checklist: Light up. With a bright neon light in the heel that is activated with every step, Western Chief’s lighted boots will make jumping in puddles a bit more dazzling. I also like that their blinking steps will make our kids a bit more visible while...

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The coolest pop culture bow ties for boys. No preppy plaids.

Despite living in the land of spring seersucker and smocking — also known as The South — my boys aren’t exactly preppy. And getting them to wear a bow tie on Easter seemed like an impossibility, until I found RougeBox. This little gem of an Etsy shop has amazing pop culture bow ties my boys and I can’t help but love. Owner Joanne Kim creates these handmade ties in Los Angeles, and that big-city cool comes through in every piece. Whether your boy is more a fan of Thor, Star Wars, Wimpy Kid, or Dr. Seuss, I can’t imagine you won’t find one...

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