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Unique and Timeless Kids Clothing Brands

We have seen so many adorably fashionable kids clothing lines lately, so we thought it was about time we put together a list of a few of our favorites!


Stella McCartney Kids – Cute and always chic, Stella Kids has clothes for newborns to 14.

Photo via Stella McCartney Kids


OMAMImini – For the ultra hip kid in your life!

Photo via OMAMImini


Rylee and Cru – “A children’s line founded by illustrator Kelli Murray and inspired by art and imagination, offering unique and artistic clothing for the modern child.”

Photo via Rylee and Cru


Tiny Cottons – Tiny Cotton garments are made from 100% pima cotton, making them soft and cozy for everyday wear!

Photo via Tiny Cottons


Mini Rodini – Founded by Swedish illustrator Cassandra Rhodin, this brand focuses on quality and sustainability. And cuteness.

Photo via Mini Rodini


NOXX Beanies – We love these lightweight, slouchy baby beanies! Great for grownups too.

Photo via NOXX Beanies


Kate Spade Kids – The perfect collection for twinning with your kid. We wish this came in adult size!

Photo via Kate Spade Kids


Lola and the Boys – This Chicago-based online boutique was started by a former model who draws inspirations from her kiddos! Lots of stylish pieces!

Photo via Lola and the Boys


Burberry Kids – Another classic brand that makes it even more fun to match your kid! We can barely keep up with these cute looks.

Photo via Burberry Kids


Pippa & Julie – Who doesn’t love fancy frilly girly clothes?!

Photo via Pippa & Julie


Gardner and the Gang– “Playful kidswear with a hint of attitude that is respectful of our world. All garments are made with modern graphics and silkscreen printed onto organic cotton.”

Photo via Gardner and the Gang


Petit Peony – Inspired by kids, the hills of Vermont and coastal New England! We love the unique yet classic patterns!

Photo via Petit Peony


Monica + Andy – Another great Chicago based clothing line! “Monica + Andy was created with the sole purpose of making things better for moms and their babies. Better fabrics. Better clothes. Better ways of shopping for them. If we can’t make it better, then we won’t put our name on it.”

Photo via Monica + Andy