Too Cool for School
It’s back to school season, and for most moms, this means two things: getting your days (and your sanity) back, and shopping for new wardrobes for your mini fashionistas. This year, keep it local by supporting these darling Colorado-based designers.
2 Red Hens Studio
Once known for its colorful diaper bags, Lori Holliday’s one-of-a-kind repurposed line recently made its foray into girls clothing. We love the cashmere cardigans shown here that feature patchwork designs for girls newborn to size 6. Also in the collection are pillowcase dresses, peasant tops and skirts fashioned from vintage bed linens. These bold designs are as adorable and unique as your little cutie pies. www.2redhensstudio.com.
Jelly the Pug
We are smitten with this collection of dresses, jackets and separates that are as vibrant as they are charming. Perfect for picture day, the patterns are as sweet as can be, and deliver a punch of color that’s definitely camera-ready. Our pick? The quirky turquoise and red Hannah Dress. www.jellythepug.com.
This Aspen-based line delivers comfy tees, onesies and accessories that are perfectly whimsical. A great gift option, the collection includes unexpected items such as handmade ties for baby boys, tutus for your budding ballerina, aviator caps, and even trendy nursing covers for mom. www.mickandmack.com.
Vicki Sigg’s line of gorgeous girl’s clothing is equal parts chic and comfortable. Using all original silhouette’s, Pixie Girl is chock-full of delightful designs for girls 0-10. Made with sustainable fabrics, most styles feature smart ruffle details that are delightfully sweet and sassy. www.pixie-girl.com.