Maisonnette: Boutique Style Fashions For Baby & Child With A Modern Twist

Some of the sweetest pieces of clothing can be found in those little boutiques you stumble across while on vacation. You know the ones that carry specialty items, gifts that are one-of-a-kind and fashions from Europe or limited edition boutique collections? Maisonnette reminds me of those very collections.

Maisonnette actually started off in a small black and white 1924 cottage-turned-boutique in downtown Oceanside, California back in 2009. Their original vision of Fabric, Photography and Art morphed into a children’s clothing line in September of 2011 and how happy we are that they made that decision!

With the belief that each child is unique and their clothing should reflect that fact, Maisonette is designed with classic styles that offer an innovative and modern twist. The Olivia Dress is the ultimate party dress and comes with an attached belt. I just love the tulle that peeks out from underneath as it adds a really sweet touch.

The Zahara Dress is another favorite and comes in sizes for both babies and girls. Speaking of babies, how sweet is the Willow Romper? The multi-shades of purple are just gorgeous and of course, rompers are ideal for babies and toddlers, especially during the summer months.

Maisonnette also carries quite a few different choices for boys, all of which offer that same boutique style as the others. You can purchase the entire collection directly through Maisonnette by visiting their website.

*Rachel Florio PR sent a sample for review purposes.

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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