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.
Skip the long lines at the mall and get presents for all the kids on your list — right from your living room. Browse this amazing sale quickly though, the items will sell out fast!
Stripes are huge this season, and our buyers have scoped out the coolest apparel that feature this classic pattern. Treat your little trendsetter to jackets, hats, sweaters, shirts, and pants in this banded design for an irresistibly cute look.
Valentine's Day is just one more reason to dress up your child in an adorable outfit. So choose from this sweet selection, which includes an array of clothes in a red-and-pink color palette: T-shirts adorned with hearts, dresses with frills, vests and button-downs for boys, and super-cute shoes. For our top five kids' Valentine's Day gifts, click here!
You won't find any darling pastels here—it's punchy brights and muted neutrals that appeal to designer Charlotte Green. Find bright raspberry and purple, along with basic black, grey, and beige on an array of everyday basics like soft cardigans, tiered dresses, striped tunics, comfy leggings, and more.