Thu. Jun 1st, 2023
Baby Designer Clothes

Tartine et Chocolat

Tartine et Chocolat, a personal French classic, has clothing, sleepwear, and homeware lines for both boys and girls in their traditional baby blue and baby pink colors. I discovered some lovely matching diaper bags and play mats here, and if you, like me, enjoy nursery color coordination, Tartine et Chocolat has you covered.


For all fashionistas, this is the go-to label. With a spectacular fashion presentation every season and four collections a year, the brand boasts some of the most beautiful prints on the market, including a new couture range that can be personalized on-demand with the child’s name stitched by hand on a ribbon label. These couture designs will set you back a lot of money.

Rachel Riley London

After seeing him in the famous Sailboat dungarees and red smocked dress at younger sister Charlotte’s christening, we all know Prince George is a fan of this British luxury brand. Rachel’s design philosophy is founded on her traditional lifestyle, with superb tailoring, gorgeous hand smocking, hand embroidery, and vintage-inspired designs produced by and exclusive to the business.


Trotters are on my list because of their versatility: you can get everything from shoe fittings to haircuts, clothing, and gifts here. The staff is well-trained in measuring and advising on the proper shoes for your child and newborn, and it’s a great place to get the baby’s first pair of pre-walkers. If you can’t make this to the store, don’t worry; their website always seems to be up-to-date with the most recent products and is simple to use.


Sorry, boys, but this one is only for the ladies! Lucy and Sophie, two friends, founded ilovegorgeous in 2006. “After having our own daughters, we wanted to produce a playful and feminine girl swear collection, so we went to vintage fashion for inspiration,” they said. Our outfits are classic with a twist, and they are designed to appeal to girls aged 0 to 13.” This is the boutique for fun, feminine, and playful girls’ collections, with locations in Notting Hill and Primrose Hill. Pop in and take a look at the sequin shell jumper I’ve had my eye on for my daughter Chloe’s Spring wardrobe.

The Little Loop

Our judges were ecstatic to learn about a company that was directly tackling the negative impact on the environment of clothing production and trash in the children’s fashion industry. It was encouraging to find that by using this service, parents might make clothes last 5x longer, lowering their environmental imprint by 83 percent and their cost by 70%! Our judges were blown away by the selection of ethically made and environmentally friendly brands on sale, and the concept of a shared wardrobe that can be regularly replenished for a fraction of the cost of buying new was commended and applauded – you might say it received a standing ovation! We adore their website’s tagline, which reads, “Let them be Heroes.” Their attire is available for rent.

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