Easter is quickly approaching, and you've found the perfect pastel dress for your little girl, picked out an adorable new basket for all that egg collecting, and ordered your annual Easter ham. But if you want to make the holiday truly over-the-top adorable, then consider one of the following 15 cute chick finds. From sweet treats to nursery decor, dresses, and books, these chicks are ready to hatch, so keep clicking to find your favorite.
Make hearts swoon this Valentine's Day by dressing your lil ones with love. When it comes to this holiday there's no shortage of hearts, glitter, and frills for your tiny cupid. From bow ties for the boys to glitter for the girls, they'll be ready for a date night with mama. Check out our favorite pieces and consider Feb. 14 the perfect excuse to dress them up until your heart's content!
We're excited to bring you a new post from mother and actress Tori Spelling! Every other week, we bring you the best parenting and lifestyle advice from ediTORIal by Tori Spelling, Tori's daily blog about everything from food and fashion to parenting and relationships. This week, Tori shares a glamping party she threw to celebrate her new clothing collection.
We recently threw the official launch party for Little Maven, my line of chic baby and kids' clothing with JCPenney. The theme of the day was glamping (glamorous camping, of course!) at Camp Little Maven.
It's no secret I'm an avid party planner, so I was so excited to leave no camping detail behind. Camp Little Maven included everything from a faux campfire, s'mores station, crafting tables (obviously), a fishing pond, and designer teepees (designed by moi), plus so much more. Here is my picTORIal and detail inspirations from our day of glamping . . .
Controversial but undeniably chic, fur can be kid-friendly — we promise! If you're not up for splurging on Mackage's real-fur Leelee-T coat ($395), don't worry: we've found 10 faux finds, from the dramatic (Mini Rodini's faux fur might make Rachel Zoe jealous) to subtle (Juicy Couture's puffer jacket with a faux-fur-lined hood). Gap, Crewcuts, and Zara have created some awesome fur vests, perfect for Fall's falling temperatures, so keep clicking to find your favorite.
Your toddler can stick with the graphic tee trend while wearing one of these space-themed tees. Perfect for young space explorers, these shirts all sport fun deep-space graphics that show the world that your astronaut is ready to blast off. From educational tees to ones that are a bit silly, your sweet boy will love wearing one of these soft shirts that can easily be layered with jackets or sweaters during the cooler months.
If you live with a little fashionista, you already know that back-to-school shopping is anything but basic. School supplies have to be stylish, and backpacks must be glam. Kick up the essentials like notebooks and lunch totes and shop for pieces inspired by this season's trends. Add metallics, prints, and colorful accents to your back-to-school list and let the classroom be her runway.
Admittedly, the first word that comes to mind when I think of wearing matching mom-and-daughter outfits is "cheesy." But I've definitely been guilty of dressing my daughter in a coordinating style without even thinking about it. I try not to take it too far, but I have had missteps: we once made it all the way to a party before I realized we were both in pale pink pants and white, cap-sleeved, embroidered tops. (Cute on one of us. On both? Slightly embarrassing.)
However, it seems my daughter and I are in good company when it comes to our unintentional (?) matching styles. Some of the most fashionable celeb moms, including Katie Holmes, Jessica Alba, and Alessandra Ambrosio, have recently been spotted looking quite similar to their daughters Suri, Honor, and Anja. Keep clicking to check out how they made mommy-and-me matching look super chic!
Oeuf is one of the hippest kids' companies out there (it's no surprise after looking at the founders' amazing home, complete with a living room trapeze swing!). But when the company sent us a preview of its Fall clothing and goodies, we were still taken aback by the level of coolness.
Oeuf has created a collection that is completely kid-friendly on multiple levels. First, the all-knitwear line is supercozy and comfy, but it's also incredibly whimsical and fun. Masks, tails, capes, crowns, and more turn everyday dressing into a game of dress-up. And, believe us, your kids will look much more hip in a knitted owl mask or giraffe tail than they ever could in that princess dress or superhero cape. Keep clicking to see some of our favorite looks from the Oeuf Fall line.
Get your little ones in the Fourth of July spirit by picking up one of the following patriotic tees and hoodies or starred and striped frocks. Not only will they look great in front of a background of fireworks on Independence Day, but they'll also last all through the Olympics this Summer!
We're officially obsessed with all things Oh Joy, including the beyond adorable nursery designer Joy created for her daughter, Ruby. So it's no surprise that Joy's latest project — a limited-edition line of baby dresses and rompers featuring her signature Petal Pusher pattern — has us swooning. The four pieces, all available in sizes from 3-6 months up to 18-24 months, are available exclusively at Winter Water Factory and were all inspired by Joy's sweet daughter.
"When I dress Ruby, I tend to gravitate toward mixing and matching modern and bold prints and patterns rather than things that seem too precious and baby-like," Joy says. "And, I tend to love things that are feminine yet with a playful and sophisticated mix. So I wanted to turn one of my most popular patterns into a couple pieces that would would be fun for baby, too!" Check out the