People are always asking me where I shop for my girls, so I thought I would share a few of my favourites on the blog. I love my online shopping, and really enjoy discovering and sharing new brands and shops. I tend to gravitate towards more muted tones for children’s clothing – which can be hard to find in stores, which is why I find I have a lot of success shopping overseas.
Noa Noa Miniature is one of my all-time favourite brands for both girls. They do gorgeous little baby onesies and tops, as well as some of my favourite cardigans for toddlers. One of my favourite online shops Little Bambinos in New Zealand carries a fantastic range of Noa Noa.
MarMar Copenhagen is another all-time favourite. Their basics are incredibly soft, and come in a range of gorgeous colours. They are very durable and can withstand heavy scrubbing (aka stain removal!) I buy a lot of my MarMar from Little Columbine out of Denmark.
Soor Ploom is another staple in my girls’ wardrobes. They do the most incredible dresses, tops and jumpers. You really cannot go wrong with any of their pieces. The boho vibe of their pieces is timeless – these are truly pieces to be passed down as they will never go out of style. One of my favourite children’s shops in the United States is Minikin – they carry a great selection of Soor Ploom and even have a few exclusive designs that are my favourite of the season.
Louise Louise and Louise Misha are both dreamy brands that I gravitate towards for their vintagey feel and attention to detail. I generally buy both from Minikin.
We live in Canada so knits are a must for most of the year. Shirley Bredal (bubble romper top left and leo sweater bottom left) is a brand that I have talked about on the blog before. The pieces are all hand knit in Nepal, and are incredibly soft and luxurious pieces. Another all time favourite of mine is Misha and Puff from the United States (romper top right and shorties bottom right). I truly love every single piece that they produce! I buy a lot of my Misha and Puff from another favourite American online shop, Fawn Shoppe.
Hats are by far my favourite accessory for both of my girls, I think that I have a hat collection problem! My absolute favourite winter hats are from Misha and Puff (the two top left). Huttelihut (top right) from Denmark is another fantastic brand that I buy from Little Bambinos in New Zealand. Millesime Baby (middle right) is a brand that I discovered from Australia. We are also big, big bonnet fans over here, and our absolute favourites are from Briar Handmade in the United States (bottom left and right). How cute is the bunny bonnet?! Juniper will definitely be wearing that on Halloween night.
Headbands are another all time favourite accessory for my girls’. The two top right are from Julie Dausell out of Denmark (I swear the Danish know what they are doing when it comes to design!) They are soft and stretchy, and actually stay on their heads. The bottom left hairbands are by a designer called Little Crane Headbands on Etsy and out of Colorado. They are soft and dainty and are my favourite for Juniper’s tiny head. The headbands and clips in the right hand column are all by Pitchoun Designs out of the USA. Now that Olive has a bit more hair I am trying to get her into hair clips, but their soft headbands are just as nice. The bows are made of genuine leather and are incredibly well made pieces.
And finally, last but not least, shoes! My all time favourite for Olive are Zuzii Footwear out of LA (top left). Misha and Puff makes the most gorgeous winter baby booties that Juniper wears every time we leave the house (top right). Donsje Amsterdam is abother brand that I have fallen in love with for babies (middle and bottom left). I buy mine from Little Bambinos in New Zealand, but for you Torontonians I recently saw that Advice From a Caterpillar carries them. And finally, you can’t go wrong with a simple moccasin (middle right and bottom right). These are some of our favourite styles from Hubble and Duke out of Australia. They are buttery soft and have elastics so that they actually stay on babies feet!
I hope this post is helpful to someone out there! Cheers 🙂