Though its name is French for “that’s cute!,” C’est Chouette Couture is 100 percent American. Founded in 1996, C’est Chouette is the brainchild of Los Angeles-based fashion designer Amanda Azadi — a color theorist and prolific creator who unveils an average of 100 new kids’ clothing designs every season. High-end and hand-detailed, her brand’s offerings include French-inspired girls' party dresses like the pink sequined Glitterama and chiffon-flowered Sorbet dresses, beaded satin headbands, asymmetrical rompers, and much more. Many pieces feature one-of-a-kind details such as hand-stitching and crocheting, and possess an heirloom-quality appeal. With pieces this unique, it's no wonder that C’est Chouette and its fancy frocks have appeared in the pages of <i>Vogue Bambini</i>, <i>Parenting</i> and many other prestigious publications.
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When these gorgeous dresses arrived at the office, everyone gathered around the box and oohed and ahhed for at least ten minutes. Yes, they're that cute. With sequins, rosettes, and bows adorning every part of them, how can you not fall in love? Bring on the très chic birthday parties!