Tartine et Chocolat has been dressing little ones for so long that many of you parents out there probably wore the brand’s darling clothing designs yourselves, back when you were teensy. Founded in 1977 by fashion designer Catherine Painvin, this enduring clothing label — whose name means “open-faced sandwich and chocolate,” a yummy-sounding combination — creates high-quality threads for kids ages zero to ten. Classic is key to Tartine et Chocolat’s aesthetic: think linen sun hats, pure cotton footie sets with embroidered animal logos, smocked dresses in pastel hues, and dainty little ballet flat shoes embellished with adorable bow straps. Embroidered yokes, scalloped edges and other fine details reflect Tartine et Chocolat’s tradition of ensuring that each garment features that perfect finishing touch.
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