Friday, January 9, 2009

Tiers of Joy

It's as simple as adding a layer of fabric, but the result is often a dramatic silhouette and a visionary treat. Designers have been using tiers and layers for centuries, but you'll be pleasantly surprised to see the updated creations for this Spring. Styles can vary from a romantic tiered sundress, like the Delta dress from Room Seven:

a hip bohemian skirt, like the Anna skirt from Pink Chicken:

or a fun and flouncy skirt, like the Labo skirt from Catimini:

Regardless of the style you choose, it will surely be treasured by the little one in your life. And, I hope, fill you all with tiers of joy!

You can find these, and other examples of tiered clothing at our website:

Be sure to check us out!

Thursday, January 1, 2009

Starting the Year off Fresh and New!

I love January first! What a fun and exciting day. You can start over, with all new resolutions (that haven't been broken) and everything seems fresh, new and clean! Also, this is the time when you start seeing signs of Spring in the stores. Out with the old and dark items and in with bright, cheery prints and colors! So, I'm thrilled to add four new lines to our expanding collection of Spring designs!

We now have one of my favorite lines available for pre-order, Misha Lulu! Misha Lulu is a family owned and operated clothing company. The designer, Karen Salazar, and her husband have created an infant and toddler brand inspired by their heritage and the Latin culture. The result is a retro-modern collection that is a reflection of faith, art and nature.

Another new line for us is Kids Ink, a collection of fun and fresh clothing for infants, toddlers and kids! Their signature designs and ultra-soft fabrics provide both great fashion and supreme comfort. Based in Southern California, the Kids Ink collection is inspired by pop art, whimsical fantasy, and an eclectic mix of cultures. This is a perfect line for your little fashionista and rockstar! And best of all... Kids Ink is proudly made in the USA!

Check out these, as well as other new lines at: