Little Teas

Tuesday, December 15, 2009
I've promised myself a long time ago that my kids are going to look smashing. Yes, I just used the word "smashing." They will not be adorned with cheezy cartoon characters nor will they wear graphic tees. Instead, my girls will definitely wear cute dresses like these...

Seriously, how adorable are these?!? I came across this online store of Children's Clothing and had to share with you. And guess what? They have a Seoul, Korea collection!!! .....I KNOW!!!! So cute right? Apparently, the clothing designers went to Korea for some inspiration for their new collection. The pictures on their blog make me wish I were back there! You know what else they do? They send 50% of their profits from their "little citizen" collection to the Global Fund for Children, which helps children literacy and well-being around the world.

45 comments :

  1. soooo cute, i love when kids are well dressed. it definitely says "i have fashionable parents"

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  2. Oh, my goodness! These are sooo cute!!

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  3. I made the same promise to myself when I had a kid ... none of the frou frou like most children's apparel! He was the very first baby in our family who wear denim panties from The Gap! My sisters-in-law were amazed!

    Wish I had a daughter though to dress up in those cute dresses of yours!

    Nina

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  4. Those are so adorable!! Especially that top one. I really wish I had put my girl in dresses more when she was little because now she absolutely refuses to wear them.

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  5. The second dress...it might be too soon for me to start shopping for cute baby clothes but I'm sure my child won't mind if I start her closet now, will she?

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  6. Aaaaaa!! These are soooo cute!!

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  7. SO CUTE!
    i am with you!
    my kids will most definitely look "smashing."

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  8. Oh, my daughter would look adorable in all of those...dang, why's you have to post these and tempt me?

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  9. OMG, that last little dress??!! Too adorable. If only I had one little girl to buy it for, come on anybody?

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  10. Wow super cute clothes. I love each one , my little girl is now 11. I can always get one for my niece. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Those are so adorable! I wish I could get some here in time for Christmas...and supporting *children literacy* to boot! I've always banned anything commercialized or character based from my girls closets, but truly *cute* is getting harder and harder on a budget. Save now so you don't have to compromise!

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  12. These are adorable, and it's always nice to hear that some of the profits go to a great use.

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  13. Those dresses made me wish I had a daughter. You know how it is to dress up boys, soooooo boring! I love Korean-inspired fashion so much.

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  14. Elaine, is there something I should be congratulating you on???
    So cute! I especially love the last one :)

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  15. Wonderful dresses and a great cause!!! The first dress I bought my daughter was peach. Funny how you can get verkempt remembering a silly thing like that. =)

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  16. soo cute! love it :)

    xoxo

    natalieoffduty.blogspot.com

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  17. yeah there are some crazy kiddie boutiques about!
    so cute++

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  18. I totally agree wih your plans for clothing your children. I think it is as important as what you name them !

    I actually clothed all mine in the mid '70s to early '80s in cheezy/animal characters and some really awful ensembles that we all get some good laughs over now...but the winner has to be photos of my Hubs in his leisure suits and platform shoes and those hideous, flowered shirts !

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  19. I am in love with these. I know that I will probably have to have 3 jobs to clothe my children (one day), but they will be fabulous!

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  20. these are so cute!! i love that they donate 50% off their profits to charity. what a wonderful cause:) i'm sure ur children will look as "smashing" as their mother:D

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  21. i can definitely see the korean inspiration in that last dress. looking at baby clothes makes me want to have children to dress up. i think my kids will look like the ones in the j.crew catalogs :)

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  22. Oh my gosh I will be so sad if I don't have any little girls. I will want to dress them in sweet dresses like these all time time!

    In answer to your question, no those shoes are not Seyschelles, they're from a New Zealand chain shoe store :)

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  23. Those dresses really are 'smashing'. They remind me of something Suri Cruise would wear. Cool find Elaine :)

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  24. those are so cute! sometimes when i am dressing my baby, my husband tell me it's not like i'm dressing myself...and i tell him it is!! :)

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  25. Those are so pretty. I know what you mean...I had to go to Gap Kids/Baby Gap to pick up a gift recently and I was like, "oh, I like this and this and this and this and this" and had to remind myself that I actually don't have any toddlers to shop for yet. :)

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  26. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Tea Collection! That black/white/red dress you featured on the right showed up in their catalog before last and I've been stalking it ever since. The instant that little beauty goes on sale it's MINE! (I honestly wish they made it in adult sizes.) The Korea collection is adorable.

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  27. Darling! And great when they aren't in the drooling stage. Otherwise those pesky bibs just ruin the look. :)

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  28. Yes, but what will your little BOYS wear? That's what I'm constantly trying to figure out!

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  29. @Em I unfortunately haven't gotten to that yet!

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  30. These are ridiculously cute!
    IF (big if) we ever have children, they will be similarly attired!

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  31. I never thought about what clothes I'd put on my hypothetical children. I'd probably dress them up AS cartoon characters rather than putting cartoon characters on them. It'd be cosplay and Halloween every day for me until the kids were old enough to rebel or call CPS; Wolverine, Sailor Moon, you know it and I would dress a child up as it.

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  32. These are soo cute!! Yes I will def be the same and dress them up and buy the cutest outfits! Hope u well hun xxx

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  33. really sweet
    dallas
    http://dillydallas.blogspot.com

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  34. Those are adorable!
    Thanks for sharing this.
    -The Trendy Fashionista
    http://thetrendyfashionista.blogspot.com

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  35. ahhhhhhh im imagining suri cruise wearing them and dying!

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