Is it just me or are there a LOT of kids’ clothes that ought to also come in grown-up sizes? A cactus romper? Yes please. An empire-waist banana dress? I think Andy Warhol would approve. I’m endlessly jealous of my daughter Anokhi’s slayage on the #OOTD front (see @thetemples and prepare to wish you were one again, if only for the threads). And now, I have a new kids’ clothing brand obsession: Tea! Tea is legit. It’s a brand made for moms who care about sustainability, one-of-a-kind artist collabs, and a global connection that manages to shine through in each sweet little piece. The prints and patterns are modern, colorful, and stylish. And the fabric is SOFT *and* sturdy. It’s super-easy for Anokhi to move in, stumble in, tumble in, and so on.
Here are 10 pretty patterned pieces that babygirl A will most definitely be rocking this summer.
1. Banana Empire Dress ($36): OMG. This muted sky blue frock with bright yellow “nanas” (as Anokhi calls them) is perfection. This has quickly become a staple piece and is great for layering.
2. Cacti Henley Romper ($30): Equal parts on-trend and on-cute, this sweet 100 percent cotton number is anything but prickly.
3. Baby Rash Guard in Colorful Bouquet ($43): Bright bunches of flowers will make your little swimmer the most stylish tot at the beach.
5. Hawaiian Florals Henley Romper ($30): Doesn’t this romper make you want to book a trip to Hawaii ASAP?
6. Pineapple Trapeze Dress ($33): This loose-fitting swing dress will grow with your little fashionista over the years.
7. Striped Wrap Tunic ($30): Girlfriend is on the move in this bold color-blocked number.
8. Tiny Tracks Trapeze Baby Dress ($33): Tiny tracks for your tiny tot.
9. Tropical Palms Shoulder Tie Outfit ($40): Not only do I want this in my size, but I’d like it in wallpaper as well. Yo, Tea peeps, can you make that happen?
10. Short Sleeve Sea Creatures Pajamas ($36): Dreaming of sea creatures and aquatic adventures? Absolutely.
Find your own faves by heading to Tea Collection!
Oh and in case I haven’t gushed too much already about my new fave source of pretty prints for my mini, Tea also has a giveback program in partnership with The Global Fund for Children. Every single purchase gives back to local grassroots organizations that advance the dignity of children and young people around the world. YES.
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