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World’s best kids’ clothing.
You can take your babe into the woods for a cabin retreat, even if you stay home.
Kelly green just tops off the schoolboy flavor.
Very much feeling the oversized part today. Also, the idea of weather in which I could wear this.
Lemlem is so summery.
If you want to get technical about it, this baby would not exist without paper airplane engineering.
I love that the kid can look down and be eye-to-eye with the monkey. Also, I’m sure Eric wants this in adult size.
Blue, dots, skinnys. These actually remind me of jeans — overall shorts, really — I had when I was ten.
There’s nothing fresher than mint.
Okay, pair this with your green jeans and blue polka top, please.
I dare you to wear this with your new green polka dot jeans.
Like Twiggy transplanted herself in 2012.
In green and white polka dot, yes.
Like a Chanel jacket for the hipster set.
Easily the cutest reusable I’ve found, I’d be using this in a heartbeat if we lived in a place with reliable plumbing and a regular washer/dryer.
What’s this, a shirt with a waist?? Seriously, gorgeous shape, right?
I can’t wait to wear pants that requiring zipping again.
This is beyond insane (from a practical perspective) but kind of fun (from a playing perspective, duh) and terribly impressive (from a holy-shit-this-is-hand-knit perspective).
Love: a good star, some letters, a few traditional Mickeys.
To brighten up all those baby basics.
Nice little basic for the kiddo.
Are these too much? (No.)
Nanette Lepore goes with brights in this cotton/spandex number for which I’d happily forsake all other jackets.
Stripes? Check. Seersucker? Check. Manly pastels? Check. Why aren’t you wearing this yet?
Delicate, but practical, and still pretty enough to be your spring secret.
Perfect in pink, I think this is the kind of dress that makes you picture a better-looking version of yourself wearing it around town.
Now you can be a tough-guy lumberjack in your fancy Vs.
One more from J. Crew’s spring setup.