Los Angeles is known to start the kids fashion trends, but do you know many of these trends are started by some rock star mamas! We gathered a list of our favorite Fashion Mamas, an organization of women brought together by founder Natalie Alcala, and the hottest kids Fashions on the streets of Cali!
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MASHUP jackets are custom 1 offs that combine curated pins and patches and play with the fascination of street wear, skateboarding, art, childhood obsessions and fandom.
Sticky Be Socks (Baby Socks)- Stop the toddler slips with the adorable, cozy Happy Socks!
BLACK i BOYS – Clothing for the rowdy kids. A minimalist alternative to traditional kid’s fashion. BLACK i BOYS like to play hard, break rules, and get a little bruised. Also now offering mama + me romper sets and drop shorts, so you can match with your mini. All made in LA.
Wil + Frida is a dreamy world of summer days and bohemian loveliness. The adorably cute collection includes dresses, bloomers, skirts, rompers and tops; featuring lots of loose fits, gorgeous fabrics, ruffles and colour. Clothing for freedom, lazy days, summer fun, silliness and above all happy children.
The collection is the creation of west coast mama Diana Ramos, inspired by the magic of childhood and her beloved grandmother, Wilfrida. Diana’s grandmother had many talents, but the most impactful was her ability to sew and create beautiful clothes for her grandchildren. Now that Diana is mama to her own two beautiful girls, her grandmother’s imprint on her childhood shines brighter than ever.
Chaboukie is ethically made in LA – they focus on comfortable, fashion forward clothes and our styles are inspired by vintage design and ethnic prints.
The newest line from actress Tammin Sursok- Stella.Phoenix features the most feminine little girl clothes on the market.
forward fashion for the baby and toddler. Inspired by her daughter mini muse Violet, designer Michelle set out to create clothing that parents would love and kids would love to wear.
For more of our fashion picks- check out Millennial Pink Picks for Spring