Designer Baby Clothes: Are They Worth It?
It isn’t unusual to see celebrity babies sporting Armani, Dior, and Dolce and Gabbana today. But it isn’t only celebrities who want the best-dressed baby on the block and designer baby clothes makers are realizing this. So is it really worth it to spend £500 on a coat that will be worn for less than a year? Some parents are saying yes and rushing to Harrods and online boutiques for these top designers’ baby collections.
Just the name Dior sounds exquisite. A top name in the fashion world has taken the baby world by storm with designer baby clothes for boys and girls.
What little girl wouldn’t look adorable in an exquisite A-line sleeveless coral summer dress? The sailor style collar and the striped bow scream little diva and the best part is that it is 100% cotton and machine washable.
Not forgetting the boys, a baby Dior polo shirt with white gabardine trousers are the perfect ensemble. The gabardine cotton is more hard-wearing than regular fabric but still stylish and lightweight, perfect for baby boys on the move.
The name alone sends a buzz through the fashion world. Stella McCartney has rocked the adult fashion world with her style and designs and is now doing the same with her designer baby clothes.
McCartney’s line is baby friendly with comfortable separates to mix and match with style. Cute fisherman ribbed hats, cashmere baby footy leggings, and organic printed cotton t-shirts are just some of the choices. Not to mention her baby booties with flopsy ears and a rabbit face in wool and cashmere to keep baby toes warm this winter.
Gwen Stefani’s L.A.M.B. collection offers fun and colourful pieces that she proudly wears alongside her fashion fans. But the best news from the Gwen Stefani camp is her line of affordable designer baby clothes with the label Harajuku Mini that will début this autumn.
Therefore, even if you cannot afford Baby Dior, Ralph Lauren or Armani for your little one, Gwen Stefani is helping you out. Designer baby clothes may seem like a celebrity fad now, but having the best-dressed baby in the nursery will never be a fad for any mum.