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.
Photo-ready outfits, made for a dance floor twirl
Outfits that pop, from the whimsical Barcelona line
She’ll be the life of the party when cooler weather arrives
Adorable outfits she’ll spend the season in