People often stop me on the street to ask what my children are wearing and where they can find a specific piece from an outfit they are sporting- Well, the answer is in Lil’ Stylers- an iPhone App focused on children’s fashion. Moms (and dads) can share and discover children’s looks, shop for children’s clothing and accessories, and follow the latest children’s fashion trends. Each picture contains tags with the brand for the clotheskids are wearing.
Better yet, you can click these tags and explore the brand’s latest collection, browse and jump on their website to buy the corresponding items!
As a new form of social-media, “Lil’Stylers is set out to fill the void in the social media space for parents who want to share their children’s fashion finds or discover new brands, while offering the built-in capability for click-through shopping and an avenue for bloggers to attract followers,” Says Kirti Baliga, Co-Founder of Lil’Stylers.
“Lil’Stylers has created a gateway for consumers, brands, bloggers, and other fashion influencers to seamlessly connect through one integrated experience that is as simple as Tag, Click, Shop.”
So, snap a pic of your lil styler and share it with the world (or with your private circle of friends – yet another fab feature for the more”private” parents). We love finding style inspiration from our friends and brands!
To see how it works, check out the Lil’Stylers video
To install the FREE app click here
Direct from Israel, former designer of Ada Ada (a favorite brand of ours), Miriam Bernstein launched her newest FUNKY fashion collection.
Funky Legs offers mostly unisex collections of organic and affordable quirky leg wear for babies and kids: socks, tights, leggings; pants, shorts, tees, reversible masks, tutus and other cool accessories. What’s more- they are super soft and uber-cozy (according to my daughter).
We are huge fans of the graphic patterns such as stripes, dots, raindrops, stars, soaring birds and hearts set against neutral background creating a stylish fusion of casual simplicity and minimalistic funk.
Funky Legs assortment is refreshed often, allowing for a fresh dose of style in your little one’s wardrobe all year round.
Note: Little Style Finder was not compensated for this post, but did receive samples for purpose of this review. All opinions are our own.
Little Style Finder is giving away a $25 gift card to The Children’s Place
Check out some of our fave spring styles- all under $25
Newborn Girl Chambray Romper- $16.95
Baby Boy Shark Patchwork Shorts - $17.95
Baby Girl Neon Calypso Sandal – $9.95
Boy Color Pop Sneaker – $22.95
Girl Capri Jumpsuit - $24.95
Giveaway: $25 gift Card to The Children’s Place
As the mom of a 5 year old little girl and 9 month old baby boy, I love searching for stylish essentials to mix and match with the kids’ current wardrobes (which, I might add, are much larger than mine).
Check out some of our fun AND affordable finds from The Children’s Place
Plus, receive a FREE plush bunny now thru January, 31st (while supplies last) with any in-store purchase of $75 or more.
Little Style Finder was not compensated for this post, but did receive a sample Bunny. All opinions expressed are my own.
A Size 2 Small was developed by two friends who shared the same idea of how they wanted kids to dress. That idea was adult styled clothing, sized to fit little ones.
This small online boutique is carefully curated by the pair. Our favorite part- they hand-pick each item ranging from shoes, clothing, accessories, decor and more – but only items they truly feel they would purchased for themselves.
And so it goes. A Size 2 Small will continue to pick and hunt for items both old and new to give your kids an amazing selection of items to wear and use. Vowing to find items that you’d wear or use – if only they weren’t a size (or more) too small.
Don’t forget to check out the FOUND items- the result of their compulsive thrifting and garage sale-ing habit. A Size 2 Small loves the thrill of the hunt and takes pride in finding one-of-a-kind items for your little ones.
“You have to start somewhere to make a difference anywhere.”
We are pleased to introduce you to Laugh, a new designer children’s apparel brand that is as stylish as they are compassionate. The vision for Laugh was inspired when one of their co-founders, Laura Wirgler, traveled to Southeast Asia and witnessed the effects of child trafficking and exploitation first hand. Returning home with a passion to help in a meaningful way, the dream of Laugh was born to give back to fight against this injustice. Therefore, they are giving 30% of all profits to fight child trafficking and exploitation.
Their clothes are designed to both capture the imagination and whimsical spirit of children, and help busy mom’s feel great about buying clothes that help kids globally. We are particularly fond of the uber-soft tees and stretch denim. Laugh fashions are priced affordably enough that customers never have to sacrifice great fashion to be a good citizen.
Learn more about the Laugh brand movement.
Little Style Finder is thrilled to have Tiffany, mom of super stylish twins and stars of “Tales from the City,” Tristin & Tyler, share their favorite cold weather wears for this winter season.
As the mom of 9 year-old twins Tristin and Tyler who have a fashion blog and their own web series about saving the planet, we are always out and about in NYC.
If your kids are anything like mine, they still want to play outside when the weather is cold. Are you a parent that bundles the kids up with layers so they look like the Michelin man, or are you like me who goes for warmth that’s breathable? Well if you want to let your kids move a little, here are my favorite coats this year to let your kids get Winteractive:
Stella McCartney Kids - Stella knows style, and she didn’t stop when it came to kids outerwear. The green bubble jacket and yellow parka on T&T rock. The boys enjoy donating toys and moving around the city in these coats. What I love about the yellow parka is that it has a warm insert that you can take out if the kids get too hot, but the waterproof material keeps kids dry in the rain. When it comes to carrying backpacks, the bubble jacket is so light that it doesn’t give the boys extra weight to carry, even though it looks heavy.
Mini Rodini – I love the Mini Rodini Puff Jacket. It’s obviously an uber-trendy item, but would you believe it’s comfortable? It really is. The boys do a ton in this jacket. Also, I was so worried about the white part of the jacket getting dirty, but we’ve had it for a while now and it has withstood rain and snow…and it looks pretty awesome. Do you agree?
Appaman – New York City is HUGE! So we do a ton of walking around. We love Appaman down coats because they don’t feel clunky. There is also something about the fit that makes the coats seem tailor-made. Don’t the jackets seem to fit perfectly?
So what do you think? Do you go for warm and heavy or are you about warm and breathable like me? Which of these coats are your favorite?