Posts tagged "Girls’ Coats & Jackets"

New York City Saucy

By - POSTED Aug 30, 2010

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There’s just something about New York City. Whether you live in Texas, Tennessee, or Timbuktu, you know about the pervading NYC vibe that makes everyone from newborns to nannas unbearably chic. And for whatever reason, New Yorkers have definite preference for one color: Black. It makes sense, really. Black is the ultimate neutral to be worn with pretty much everything. It’s a color that should and usually does appear in everyone single person’s wardrobe – from the fairest to the deepest complexions. There’s always a place for the darkest of dark hues.

For some reason, though, when you’re a little one folks often assume that you should be wearing cartoon characters and crazy colors all over. You know better. You know that black is far from boring and when rendered in the right fabric it can be down right saucy! That’s why you choose garments like the girls Shiny Jacket from Anais & I. It’s the right color to wear with jeans or with a party dress, plus it’s sheen makes it clear that it’s not just your everyday parka. It’s functional with a fleece lining.¬† It’s fantastic; it’s very New York.

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Designer Kids Clothing; Max and Lola Girls Wool Overcoat

By - POSTED Oct 9, 2008

Girls Wool Overcoat Pink Max and LolaWhen did Winter Outerwear become synonymous with dull, dreary colors? Brighten you day with this gorgeous Wool Pink Overcoat by Max and Lola, one of our favorite European designers hailing from Belgium who redefine Designer Kids Clothing with each collection. Classic detailing, like the double-breasted closure, flap side pockets and peter pan collar, make this coat a timeless must have.

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One Kid, Designer Children’s Clothes

By - POSTED Sep 5, 2008

In our annual hunt for great children’s coats, we found One Kid right under our noses. This American designed line of affordable winter and fall¬†girls coats and boys outwear is warm and practical. Usually reversible these pieces allow kids to match the color of their mood to the color of their coat, without breaking the bank.

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