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20 (More!) Brands to Shop if You Want to Dress Your Child Like a Royal

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Inspired by Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s classic looks? You’re not alone! Since the day the two royal tots were born, parents around the world have been going crazy for their smocked dresses, tailored shorts, button-up coats, and just about anything else the kids are seen wearing. Last year, we featured 20 popular children’s brands to shop if you want to dress your child like a royal, and now we bring you 20 more!   

Artesania Granlei

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Artesania Granlei is a Spanish children’s brand that’s been creating luxurious children’s wear since the 1980s. Granlei is especially well known for its knitwear and incorporates it into every piece. The brand designs formal and casual clothing for children ages newborn to eight years. Popular pieces include baby body suits, dresses, shirt and short sets for boys, cardigans, and even dungaree sets. 

Baby Dior

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When it comes to special occasions, the royals look no further than Baby Dior. Like its more famous parent brand, Baby Dior is all about luxury, refinement, and (thankfully!) comfort. New collections are released seasonally. They often consist of dresses, trousers, coats, and shirts designed by some of the biggest names in luxury clothing. 

Beaufort Bonnet Company

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Based in Lexington, Kentucky, the Beaufort Bonnet Company is known for its upscale clothing “for babies born with a refined sense of style.” The company began by selling heirloom-type bonnets and buckets hats, gaining mention by every outlet from The Wall Street Journal, to Forbes, to People in the process! Beaufort Bonnet Company now also provides all of the bloomers, bubbles, sleepwear, dresses, and john johns your little one could ever wish for. 

Doña Carmen

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In 1970, Doña Carmen was a small shop hoping to offer something new to the world of children’s wear. Today, it’s one of Spain’s most popular kid’s brands, covering both boys and girls ages newborn to five years. Doña Carmen’s website is incredibly user friendly, and organizes products by look to make styling an entire outfit as simple as pressing “Add to Cart.” These looks are typical Spanish class. They include tailored shorts and skirts, shirts with peter pan collars, sweaters, tights, and of course, matching shoes. 

DOT

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DOT is a stylish Portuguese children’s brand with clothing designed by a group of Portuguese mothers and produced in Portugal. DOT is rapidly becoming popular throughout Europe, and it’s easy to see why. Every piece of DOT clothing is designed thoughtfully and made with quality in mind. Collections include cozy knitwear, baby bodysuits, cotton pajamas, and cotton shorts and dresses. The brand’s collection is suitable for boys and girls ages newborn to 12 years.  

Dotty Dungarees

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Even royal children love to play outside, and for that there is Dotty Dungarees! Founded in 2014 by two British moms, Dotty Dungarees specializes in creating comfortable, affordable, and, perhaps most importantly, durable overalls for both boys and girls. Each set of dungarees is carefully designed with super soft fabric that’s sure to be approved by any kid, 100% cotton jersey lining for durability, hidden zips that make diaper changes a breeze, and adjustable straps and turn-up feet to ensure there’s room to grow. 

Hanna Andersson

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Hanna Andersson is a Swedish children’s clothing brand well-loved for its soft and durable clothing. Everything from shirts, pants, dresses, coats, hoodies, and tights are sold by Hanna. But parents and kids alike seem to go especially nuts for Hanna’s pajamas. Hanna Andersson-designed clothing tends to be bold and bright, and often feature favorite children’s characters such as The Grinch, Curious George, and Frozen’s Elsa and Anna. 

Ira Loves Mae

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Royally inspired wardrobes need not be packed to the brim, as proven by Ira Loves Mae. Designed and managed by two moms from Utah, Ira Loves Mae focuses on “minimalist wardrobes and timeless pieces.” Each piece this lovely children’s brand creates is done so intentionally. Fabrics are handpicked, designs are simple yet classic, and cuts are made to give children the freedom to move and be, well, children.  

JoJo Maman Bebe

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Classic cuts and styles done up in interesting colors and designs.  That seems to be the aim of JoJo Maman Bébé, a popular UK-based children’s clothing brand. JoJo, which also sells unique educational toys, is known for combining comfort and class with all of the elements children themselves love in clothes: appliqué animals, stripes, and fun prints, to name but a few. 

Kissy Kissy

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Parents and children alike love Kissy Kissy for its stylish designs and use of Peruvian Pima cotton. Indeed, each piece produced by this popular children’s brand is made with the highest quality fibers, so parents can have confidence in the things they place on their babies’ skin. The styles of Kissy Kissy clothing are carefully designed for heirloom quality. Kissy Kissy clothing tends to be characterized by timeless prints, delicate embroideries, smocking, and ruffles. 

Little English

Little English / Instagram

As you may have guessed by its name, Little English is a children’s clothing brand that specializes in classic English styles. Popular pieces include smocked dresses, appliqué shirts and skirts, baby bubbles, and button-up pajamas. The company covers boys and girls from the ages of newborn to eight. Everything made is done so sustainably in Central and South America. To carry around one’s clothing, Little English also sells collections of stylish quilted luggage. 

Little Folks Shoes

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No royally inspired outfit is complete without the perfect pair of shoes. For that, American mom and pop brand Little Folks Shoes has you covered! Little Folks’ adorable children’s shoes are designed in classic styles that are inspired by vintage shoes of the past. Each shoe is handcrafted with the highest quality of care to ensure both comfort and durability. 

m&h

Princess Charlotte wearing m&h. Photo by HRH The Duchess of Cambridge

Not to be confused with a certain other similarly named store, m&h is a Spanish children’s brand known for its simple, yet classic styles. We love all of the bloomers and cardigans! Suitable for children up to age three, m&h’s colorful garments are affordable and made to the highest quality. The Duchess of Cambridge is certainly an m&h fan! Those who keep up with the British royal family may remember Princess Charlotte’s adorable six-month photos, in which she is wearing a £21 smocked dress by m&h.

Mayoral

Mayoral / Instagram

Those royals love their Spanish brands, and Mayoral is no exception! This affordable brand has been creating quality children’s clothing for nearly eight decades. It’s known for its designs that are both formal and fun. Mayoral is a great go-to for dresses, sweaters and cardigans, coats, and shirts, among other things. 

Miyuki Baby

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As stated on its website, Miyuki Baby works hard to offer designs “as unique as the kids that wear them.” Because the brand is run by a husband and wife who are parents of three daughters, Miyuki Baby focuses on creating quality clothing for girls. Each designed piece is even inspired by one or all of their girls. Each of Miyuki’s collections includes things that both kids and parents love, including pinafore dresses, peter pan-style shirts, cardigans, ribbed tights, and much more. 

Next

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Next is a popular British brand that designs sophisticated modern looks for the whole family, including children as young as newborn. Next’s easy-to-shop website is a mecca of adorable kids’ designs for both boys and girls. Popular products include rompers, sweaters, bloomers, hats, coats, and tights. Designs are classic and tend to favor the soft and feminine for girls, and the fun and masculine for boys. 

Petite Bateau

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Stylish children have been dressing in Petite Bateau since 1920. This iconic French brand also sells an adult collection! It has long been known for its Breton marinière striped t-shirt — practically a must-have for any child headed to the beach! Other classic Petite Bateau pieces include the waxed yellow raincoat and the company’s traditional t-shirt featuring a round admiral neckline. Of course, said pieces are only part of the fun and popular collection Petite Bateau releases each season. 

Under the Nile

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Two decades ago, a mother set out to find the perfect organic cotton clothing for her young children. Unable to find what she was looking for, that mother decided to start her own children’s clothing brand. Now known as Under the Nile, the brand is known for its affordable and quality organic children’s clothing. Each piece of clothing is made on a farm located just north of Cairo, Egypt using ethically sourced products and sustainable practices that benefit the local community. Under the Nile is known for its classic cuts and designs. They even sell ethically made toys! 

Wedoble

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Wedoble is a Portuguese children’s brand, and every piece the company creates is produced in country. The brand seeks to marry comfort with elegance, creating such popular clothing items as rompers, body suits, shorts, and dresses, to name a few. Wedoble designs and sells clothing for both boys and girls ages newborn to 24 months. 

Zara

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Zara is an immensely popular European clothing brand with stores located all over the world. Although it may be best known for its clothing for men and women, Zara also boasts a collection of children’s wear that can be described exactly as we would describe anything else with a Zara label: stylish, sophisticated, comfortable, and affordable.