Pastel-hued baby clothing doesn’t offer much appeal to Cotton Caboodle founder Charlotte Green. When the designer had her first child in the 1980s, she decided to make baby clothes that she’d actually purchase for her own child — and Cotton Caboodle was born. Based in Seattle, Green is drawn to brights and earthy, muted hues. Cotton Caboodle’s all-women staff creates easy-to-layer leggings, dresses, boys’ pants, and other staples primed for mixing and matching. Of course, everything's available in understated, go-with-everything neutrals.
Expand your little one's wardrobe instantly with this too-cute-for-words collection of outfits, shoes, bloomers, onsies, and even socks for tiny feet. With prices like these, the items are going to sell out fast. Ready, set, shop!
Cotton Caboodle designer Charlotte Green uses both punchy, bright colors and neutral hues in her girls' clothing line. With a color palette of raspberry, purple, fuschia, and navy, this kids' collection includes skirts and tops with ruffle details, plus dresses and legging sets.
Classic clothes are staples in any well-dressed tot's wardrobe, which is why we created a whole sale filled with them. Button-downs and boat shoes for boys are easy to mix and match, and sundresses and skirts for girls come in versatile patterns and colors.
We're not ashamed to admit that we're obsessed with polka dots. This kid-friendly, retro pattern is the ultimate crowd pleaser. We've seen them on shoes, tops, dresses, hair accessories, and even tights — so we couldn't resist compiling our cutest finds.