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About Ode

After building successful careers in finance and the law respectively, NYC-based sisters Rupa Motwani and Amisha Patel switched gears and launched Ode Kids, their whimsical, Indian-influenced clothing collection for little girls. Named after the village in India where Patel and Motwani’s family originates, Ode Kids features block-printed dresses, baby play sets and separates crafted from traditional artisanal fabrics. The brand, which caters to tiny ladies ages two to eight years old, also designs a series of luxe sweaters woven from alpaca wool. Rich colors, embroidery, mirror embellishments, and distinctive patterns lend authenticity to Ode Kids’ contemporary and cutting-edge designs.

Past Sales Featuring Ode

Sale Ended April 16, 2013

Pretty in Pastels

With spring comes a whole crop of new colors — purples, pinks, yellows, and greens take on lighter shades as the weather warms up. So give your child's wardrobe a burst of brightness with these dresses, polos, cardigans, and more.

Sale Ended May 21, 2013

Girls' Apparel: Sweet for Spring

Spring has sprung, and so have cute, colorful clothes for the kiddos. We have dresses for outdoor celebrations, outfits that are durable enough for all-day play, swimsuits for water-loving tykes ... and that's just the beginning. Choose from more than 200 fluttery, lightweight items for your stylish little lady.

Sale Ended May 08, 2013

Girls' Dresses & Jewelry: Up to 60% Off

Little ladies' wardrobes won't be complete without these twirl-worthy frocks. Have a birthday celebration to attend? We have party-perfect outfits. Need adorable dresses for school? We have those too! And don't forget to add some sweet accessories into the mix (think bracelets, necklaces, headbands, and more).

Sale Ended March 12, 2013

Ode Girls' Apparel

This family-run apparel line is an ode to the owners' hometown in India, which is called (this is a tough one!) Ode. The culturally infused clothes are designed with faraway places in mind, but the company's founders are careful not to make them look like souvenirs. The patterns on these dresses and skirts are unique and chic; the Sasha dress's Missoni-like pattern is our fave.