Monday, 23 November 2015 by Irene Hoofs
We absolutely love the quirky concept behind kidswear label Nosweet. Since kids most often come sweet as they are, what's the point of adding extra sweetness? Instead the label makes what they call "big clothes for little people". They are staying away from the stereotypical cute patterns like pink hearts and smiling teddy bears and serving up soft colours and unexpected patterns.
As they say, their clothes are for the well-behaved kids of misbehaving parents.. are you one of them?
Monday, 26 October 2015 by Irene Hoofs
In a blink of an eye, it's time to get all warm and cosy for the sweater weather that is upon us. Last year, Kalinka Kids' Autumn winter collection caught our attention with their orange and brown hues and adorable knit wear. Founder and creator, Nora, got hooked on knitting when she was pregnant with her twins which was also birth of Kalinka Kids.You'll find knit wear for babies up till 2 years of age, that not only keeps your little one snug as a bug in a rug but is also perfect for everyday wear.
Monday, 19 October 2015 by Irene Hoofs
As parents, we all want our children to stand out and shine. Maggie Dumra, proud mother of one, has trouble finding unique clothes for her little girl so she went ahead and created her own cool label, Bae Bee Boo, instead. While her designs are ultra chic, the embroidered pieces do not compromise comfort and ensures that kids can still enjoy doing what kids do best - running around and being carefree.
Monday, 12 October 2015 by Irene Hoofs
A pioneer in bringing the Scandinavian style and quality to childrenswear, Christina Rohde clothing has stuck with classic styles that never fail, while providing a twist in each collection. Her cheerful designs combines different patterns and textures with quality materials, complementing and encouraging the fun-loving nature of children.
Monday, 5 October 2015 by Irene Hoofs
Encapsulating the magic of childhood, Hilda.Henri’s collection of sustainable and quality children’s couture is inspired by old handcraft traditions and enchanted places. Perfect for the little adventurer in your home, the designs give a modern twist to traditional costumes, inspiring both you and your child’s imagination.
Monday, 24 August 2015 by Irene Hoofs
Just admiring the sophisticated and simple silhouettes of the Total Eclipse Kids on the moon collection.. so easy to mix and match. We've spotted many of our favourite elements.. the ombre, pleats and neutral shades.
With this collection, the colours were kept to a minimal and mostly using darker shades because of the theme "Total Eclipse", with less light everthing seems darker right? Along with dresses and skirts, this drop also includes full-bodied quilted jackets and vests.