If you cannot imagine splurging on a $60+ dress for your daughter, stop reading this post right now. If however, you believe girls can enjoy and deserve designer fashions, read on. We've got picks from four of our favorite high-end girl's clothing designers. Let's start with Misha Lulu. We're crazy for this old-school Hollywood collection.
Why do we love Misha Lulu? They mix patterns and are always pushing boundaries TASTEFULLY. American designers, infuse a lot of latin touches into their clothes and it works.
Next, let's talk about Wati. This eponymous designer came from Australia and did a stint at the GAP. Her clothing always has spectacular embellishment. Which makes us feel better about forking over big bucks for these pieces. Tops are in the $30-$40 range. Dresses start at $50.
US Open Tennis for Kids
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Serena & Lily Opens Hampton's Outpost
Wainscott welcomes the first Serena & Lily retail store. The lucky Hampton's enclave will be home to the a gorgeous assortment of bedding, tabletop, decor and accessories all perfect for a discerning decorator. Related: 10 chandeliers for girls This week I loaded up on a luxury ...read more
How to Create a Build Your Own Burger Bar
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Heading to the Middle East, we're mad for Lola Et Moi. These clothes are "color drenched" and runway ready. I'm not surprised that swank boutiques take pre-orders on this brand. Shop www.mylildarlingsboutique.com for a good selection.
Finally there's Room Seven (and thank heaven's this cool brand also makes boys clothing). Quintessentially American prints (calicos, ginghams and denim) are given a fresh look thanks to designer tweaks. You'd never know the designer is Dutch and came from the Oilily brand! Shop www.littlelunablue.com for the best online selection. Skirts are around $80 and tees $50.
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