Where can I find dapper, classic baby clothes?
November 9, 2010 3:47 PM   Subscribe

Any idea where I can find baby clothes like these (see inside) online?

Any idea where I can shop online for baby clothes that approach or approximate this supreme level of cuteness?

(In case, you come to this question later and wonder what I'm talking about, I'm referring to a photo of a dapper toddler from Madrid.)

Thanks in advance.
posted by cymru_j to Shopping (16 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
Response by poster: Hmm. My hyperlink seems not to have shown up. Here's the link (sorry about the need for cut & paste):

posted by cymru_j at 3:49 PM on November 9, 2010

That is a very cute toddler indeed! I'm not sure how often The Sartorialist updates, but it might be handy to have a link to the post itself in this question: http://thesartorialist.blogspot.com/2010/11/on-streetvery-young-madrid-madrid.html.

I can't help with the clothes, I'm afraid, but good luck :)
posted by daisyk at 3:55 PM on November 9, 2010

How does this work for you? (It does seem that their sizes don't start until toddler sizes, though having never outfitted a toddler, I can't even be sure of that.)

And, because I'm sure it will be hard to find the picture you posted as soon as that blog is updated, here it is.
posted by i_am_a_fiesta at 3:56 PM on November 9, 2010

Kate Quinn Organics has some stuff you might like.
posted by kmennie at 3:58 PM on November 9, 2010

Trey this ">link- lots of links to Spanish designers
posted by beccaj at 4:03 PM on November 9, 2010

wtf I forgot how to do the linky thing. Here..http://www.dashinfashion.com/boutiquekidsfashion/kidsfashionspain.html
posted by beccaj at 4:05 PM on November 9, 2010

Janie and Jack have some really great clothes that remind me of children's version of what grown ups might wear. At least every time I've gone in there I've wanted an adult sized version of the girl's clothes they have.

That little boy on the Sartorialist website is wearing clothes similar to what I've seen at Janie and Jack. Good luck and I'd be thrilled to see more children dressed in proper non-doll clothing!
posted by loquat at 4:12 PM on November 9, 2010

I went to a wedding recently where the nephews of the bride were decked out in togs from The Best Dressed Child. They were very cute and your picture reminded me of their outfits. Brace yourself - it's kind of pricey.
posted by Kangaroo at 4:13 PM on November 9, 2010

Hanna Andersson has some stuff that could definitely work into that look, and they have huge sales twice a year (I think in February and August) that are worth waiting for.
posted by Addlepated at 4:43 PM on November 9, 2010

These are all European but if you are willing to pay a little extra for shipping you may find some things that work.

Here are some sites:

posted by teamnap at 4:43 PM on November 9, 2010

2nding Janie and Jack if you want to go domestic.

There is a huge eBay market for European/French baby clothes that are more directly similar to those though.
posted by k8t at 4:45 PM on November 9, 2010

eh, have you looked at Jacadi?
posted by Nanukthedog at 5:38 PM on November 9, 2010

J. Crew kids has a lot of this preppy stuff that costs a pretty penny.
posted by zoomorphic at 5:43 PM on November 9, 2010

Dont know if you are in NYC but if so you can check out Crembebe.
posted by shothotbot at 6:33 PM on November 9, 2010

finn's finds
baby eggi

And if you're looking for a good deal on adorable clothes like these, check in with Gilt and hautelook and MiniSocial regularly.
posted by logic vs love at 8:26 PM on November 9, 2010

I know you said online, but just wanted to mention checking out vintage shops near you or perhaps some online. Vintage kid clothes can be so awesome.
posted by jdl at 7:22 AM on November 10, 2010

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