We love dressing our babies. It always reminds me of dressing up my baby dolls when I was a little girl myself. I couldn’t wait to have little girls of my own to dress up in all the sweet little dresses and ruffled panties. And let us not forget the matching hair ribbons.
When my girls were young the choice of designer children’s clothing was not as vast as today. If I remember correctly, it was Baby Dior, Guess, Ralph Lauren and I think that was about it.
Now… WOW, too many to name. Wee, I will name a few: Dolce & Gabbana, Stella Mc Cartnery, Little Marc Jacobs, Oscar de la Renta, Helena, David Charles
Who are we buying this designer wear for is the question? Clearly our little ones don’t know the difference between Armani and Gap Dresses. So, are we making a fashion statement via our children? Are we keeping up with the Jones?
I say that we are just having fun and enjoying ourselves and dressing up our little girls. There is so much variety, where do we begin?
Here are some of the leading children’s designers: They can be found at Neiman Marcus: http://www.neimanmarcus.com/
Burberry, an iconic British luxury clothing line. The brand was founded by Thomas Burberry in 1856. He was just 21 years old.
Prices range $125-$145 per item
Gucci: In 1921 Florence ,Gucci opened his store to sell leather goods. And then over several decades The House of Gucci—whether it’s women’s ready-to-wear, men’s designs, and children’s clothes have been delighted with their designs.
Prices range $$115-$310.
Fendi: Family created this company in 1925
Prices Range $265