As a parent, it can be a real challenge to find kids’ clothing brands that are high quality, comfortable, and, most of all, fun. Lucky for you, it’s possible to find clothing brands that check all those boxes. We’ve rounded up the top six kids’ clothing brands that will make your little one stand out while providing the utmost comfort and durability.
If you’re looking for something with a little sass, look no further than Mini Boden. This London- based kid’s clothing brand specializes in classic, colorful clothes for girls, boys, and babies that are made from soft, gentle fabrics and feature tons of playful details. Prices range anywhere from $18 for a basic white tee to $59 for fun rainbow overalls.
Known as the original sustainable kids’ clothing company, Hanna Andersson is renowned for making high-quality products that last generation after generation. They also pioneered the use of organic cotton, which protects children’s sensitive skin and the planet all at the same time. Because of this, their clothes are a bit on the pricier side, but it’s worth every penny when you consider their superior hand-me-down quality. Think $18 for leggings, $40 for a matching PJ set, and $45 for a tulle dress.
Janie and Jack
“Modern twists on classic fashion” is what Janie and Jack is all about. Their sophisticated styles come in every kid’s size imaginable from newborn all the way to 18 years old. From bright sundresses to printed cabana shorts and cozy winter jackets to festive headbands, we’re not exaggerating when we say they’ve got it all. Since most pieces are made with soft, breathable cotton, prices are a bit on the higher end. For example, a newborn dress is $52 while tween- sized dress can go for as high as $99.
Inspired by the idea that sitting down for a cup of tea can bring the world together, the Tea Collection offers cheerful, feel-good styles for girls, boys, and babies. Each piece — from boys’ tees ($30) to little girls’ rompers ($44) — are splashed in original, uniquely designed prints. Even better: all of their pieces are ethically and responsibly sourced. Plus, Tea Collection gives 10% of their profits to philanthropic efforts around the world.
If you missed Gymboree when they went out of business, you can breathe a sigh of relief. They were acquired by the Children’s Place in February 2020 and are now making a major comeback. Their specialty? Classic styles in playful patterns and durable fabrics that are perfect for rough- and-tumble play. You’ll find everything from girls’ and boys’ clothes to mother/daughter outfits so you can match with your little one. Compared to the other brands mentioned here, Gymboree offers a lower price point with a little girl’s dress averaging around $17.99.
Pippa and Julie
According to the Pippa and Julie site, their baby girl, little girl, and tween styles are made and influenced by New York City style, “from the iconic sophistication of Park Avenue to the boho chic vibes of Greenwich Village.” Their frilly dresses, rompers, and head-to-toe legging sets are loads of fun and made from the highest quality lace, chiffon, silk, or cotton. Your little girl will be the life of the party in these playful picks. Prices range anywhere from $30-$68 depending on the fabric and occasion.
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