One item I never have to actively look for are girls clothes – dresses to be precise. It is possibly one of the most popular start ups ideas that I come across and I can see why. It is easy to buy a dress online for your little one as if you like it, choose the size and it will more often than not fit – unlike mumma who has to contend with length, erratic sizing and indecision! Anyway, despite the ease of us all being able to walk into the local supermarket for milk and leave with a pretty summer dress for the pint size funster, I thought I would nonetheless give a shout to some new businesses and some slightly more established ones. One thing they all have in common is how to design a very sweet little girls dress!
I first came across Outside The Lines with this sleeveless collared smock dress. Take a look. Some lovely fresh items
I first found this new brand last week at a local fair. The neon accents are insanely eye catching and I have a feeling she has cornered a market with these eye catching numbers.
I love this dusty pink dress with a slight empire line. So girly.
Sophie who started Coco Belle a couple of years selling at house sales is now online. With a wonderful selection of traditional smock dresses she also has very pretty sleeveless dresses in beautiful Liberty Prints.
All the Bumble and Ava dresses are so simple and encompass a beautiful summers day in their designs. Here we are on holiday in ours…
This beautifully handmade dress from antique linen is so lovingly made it will last a lifetime. Notice the french lace collar. It is adorable. (Have used this dress as main shot…)
Millie Manu knows how to make a summer dress. From subtle bows to little ruffles, there is something for everyone from this Made in UK brand.
White and Pale Pink flowers is one of my favourite colour combinations so I am very tempted by this little dress from relatively new comer Alice a Paris.
So bright and vivid – the hard thing is to chose which colour from this gorgeous brand that uses hand block prints from India.
After doing a Spotlight on this Australian brand that have hit our shores, I have always had my eye on this for a striking summer dress.
Such a diddi neckline from old favourites Trotters. This is in the sale too.
No words. You have pulled it out the bag again. Neon. Tassels. YES!
These sleeves are very on trendddd dare I say it about and the mint green colour and ruffled sleeves make it a summer winner (and very reasonable too).
As loyal fans of everything Little Leggies do (cannot wait for their new collection and website coming very soon) this denim and pink pom pom dress sums them up. Simple and epic.
As a massive fan of My Twirl dresses already, I was delighted t hear that you can now design your own fabric. The idea is that you choose your little ones favourite artwork (or the one that work best on a dress) and they print it for you!