Maggy Siegel, an accessories designer in a previous life, founded Mad Sky Kids in 1995. Today, Siegel helms a thriving children's clothing company that employs sweat-shop-free labor in the United States and generates products coveted by celebrities and their kids. The brand offers about a dozen uncomplicated designs that pop with playful, loud fabrics — florals for girls, camo for boys — and matching hats and blankets are available, too. The clothes are earnest and sweet, and stand up to the test of playtime.
A curated list of our seasonal favorites
We’ve got everything your tot needs in this massive, head-to-toe blowout. Stock their drawers with our handpicked favorites, including dresses by Me Too, pants by Left Bank Babies, and denim by Appaman, just to name a few. Plus, plenty of shoes to keep them covered well through fall. Among the steals: suede flats and boots by Diesel, sneakers by Tretorn, and patent flats by Juicy Couture.
Charming little outfits with hand-embroidered details
There's nothing like pint-sized rompers and dresses splashed with florals to welcome spring. Luckily, this selection has plenty: For newborns, find sweet sac and hat sets, as well as soft blankets. And for slightly older little ones, skirted one-pieces, feet-in pajamas, and kimono sets—all in the label's signature colorful patterns.