Unique. Upcycled. Handmade. If these are words that could be used to describe your ideals when it comes to shopping for children’s clothing, then you’re definitely going to fall head over heels for Greenplow. Made with love in San Diego, California, each item of clothing has been put together with utmost care and attention to detail. From sourcing quality materials to the added touches of embroidery, buttons and more, Greenplow pieces will make a beautiful addition to your child’s wardrobe. I’m also greatly appreciative of creative designers like this, who are also open to custom orders. Have an idea for […] Continue reading →

Toy Traveling is a new travel concept for toys. Originating in Prague by company ‘Toy Traveling‘, the idea has now spread to New York City, where a brand new toy travel company, Stuffed in the City, provides tours of the Big Apple for people’s beloved friends… their stuffed animals! Offering a fun twist to traveling and gift giving this holiday season, the company gives your toy VIP service by the staff at Stuffed in the City. “You send us the toy and we do the rest,” says Irina Kot, co-founder of Stuffed in the City. “Your toy meets fellow tourists, […] Continue reading →

Sometimes you come across something that is just so unique and magical that you have to share the details with everyone. Well recently we stumbled across these amazing magical fairy houses made by Debbie and Mike Schramer and found ourselves wanting to do just that! Creating magical and enchanting fairy houses by using natural products is all part of everyday life for this couple as they spend hours foraging in woodland and natural environments for products including flowers, bark wood and more that would look just perfect in their creations. These houses are custom made by hand and it shows […] Continue reading →

You know what I love? Products that are original and super unique! Take a look at these neat soaps from Annie’s Powder Room on Etsy. Don’t they look incredibly realistic? The gift set above comes with a variety of 6 mini guilt-free donuts, chocolate icing, glazed, 2 pink icing, and 2 sprinkles. Each soap is the size of a real mini powdered sugar donut. They come packaged in a clear box with red crinkle paper and a bow. Thanks to their mini single-use size, these little popcorn soaps are great for kids!  4 ounces of ‘popcorn’ comes packaged in a […] Continue reading →

The perfect back-to-school t-shirt has arrived! Designed in 2010 by Artware Editions, these Loose Leaf creations are so very unique. The burnout t-shirt above is screen-printed to look like a loose leaf sheet of paper. The tee is 50% cotton and 50% polyester and comes in sizes 12 – 18 months, 3T, and 4T. Price: $35.00 The baby onesie, was designed in 2010. Made from 100% cotton, it has been printed with screen-printed ink and comes in sizes 6 – 12 months or 12 – 18 months. Price: […] Continue reading →

I just love these! Upcycling is new process of converting products that are no longer used and creating new materials and products of higher quality or better environmental value. Spoonerz on Etsy has created these super cool spoons for babies and toddlers  and unlike the spoons sold in the store, these are plastic free! To create these spoons, the process is quite simple. A larger spoon is bent into a shape that is more comfortable for little hands to feed themselves and then it’s personalized according to specifications. What’s so great about these miniature utensils, is that your child will […] Continue reading →

The Little Marc Jacobs line is hip, cool, modern and at times edgy. For Spring, they have released some super cute and unique tees for boys and girls. We’ve put together our top 3 picks for boys and girls, all of which can be purchased from Kids of Luxury. From top left – boys: Little Marc Jacobs Fulton T-shirt (56,00 EUR ) has a cool print of various animals using bold colors. The signature “Little Marc Jacobs mouse” is present at the neckline. The Finn polo (65,00 EUR ) features the classic look and cut of a polo and yet […] Continue reading →