fall 2013 kids’ fashion trend: Rich reds pop on Tea Collection’s charming floral dress.
Childrenswear designer Uli Belenky at Zutano defines a green apple with the sweet Super Fruit hat and Bodice jacket while lemon and lime in the dress and leggings add a refreshing, tart note to this fall 2013 best selling outfit.
A Zutano best selling fall 2013 outfit: The Hot Pink Ruffle Cardigan and the Wonder Cat peasant top create a sunshine-filled arrangement.
Kissy Kissy is the collection buyers turn to for Pima Cotton infantwear that evokes innocence and touch of whimsy. The colors are soft even if the pattern is bold, embroideries are delicate, and a few well-placed ruffles often finish a girl’s garment. For fall 2013, Sprinkles shows a child’s favorite treat: the cupcake.
For fall 2013 childrenswear buyers appreciated Purebaby’s delicate color and fall traditional prints such as the cotton cashmere Growsuit knit with a Fair Isle design on the front and back.
Fall 2013 childrenswear buyers appreciated Purebaby’s ultra soft Knitted Cardigan in the palest pink that keeps little one warm with a cross-over front that secures with four buttons. Beneath it is the Woven Smocked Dress with embroidered yoke detail.
fall 2013 baby fashion: Whether he’s shooting pool or playing rugby, Andy & Evan’s “shirtzie” (a shirt that snaps at the crotch) keeps the shirt in the pants where it belongs.
I’m not sure what Coccoli does best, offer luxuriously soft, elegantly colored pajamas, or make children irresistibly adorable when they wear Coccoli’s fall 2013 designs? (editor’s pick)
fall 2013: With bright color, a mix of patterns, and layers galore, Mim-Pi’s fall collection channels the happiest moments of a child’s day.
Childrenswear buyer favorite Lemon Loves Lime introduces a new fall 2013 collection for the fashionable infant: Lemon Loves Layette. Two groups include Guess Who: bright one-pieces, knit sweaters and hats with flower and animal motifs. Baby Basics is a ruffle-driven collection of hats and separates. The Jada Dress (in Eggnog), with designer Joy Cha’s signature tiers of scalloped flounces, is sure to break a few hearts. (editor’s pick)