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Meet the Dallas Moms Who Launched a Chic Clothing Line for Kids

A love for vintage fabrics inspired sisters Molly Holley and Jennifer Paradise to start children’s clothing line Pout.
By Stephanie Quadri |
photography courtesy of Pout

Dallas sisters Molly Holley and Jennifer Paradise design vintage-inspired clothes for little ladies and lads. Their love of vintage fabrics and their struggle to find cute clothes that looked good from day to night for their own kids (they each have two) led the modern-day moms to develop their own line, called Pout. The result is adorable ruffle-bottomed bloomers and pants, tulip-sleeved tunics and tops, raglan tees, and monogrammed gifts (bags, burp cloths, bibs, and more) for kids 6 months to 7 years old. They launched the web-based business late last year and already have customers from as far away as Denmark dressing their tots in the stylish and versatile togs. More boys’ styles, including pearl-snap cowboy shirts, will be added to the line this fall. Everything is manufactured locally, so personalized or monogrammed items can be ready in as little as five days. Don’t like shopping online? Book a Pout Party (15 people or more), and they’ll set up shop at your place. Price range: $16-$60.

photography courtesy of Weatherread

Small Things: More News on Kid Stuff

Houston-based Hamilton Shirts’ new boys’ collection (2T through 14 years old). $98 at

Tiny Lou, handmade ribbon-and-lace-trimmed organic cotton kid’s wear by Dallas designer Lindsay Weatherread. $65 at

Marnie Rocks whimsical and reversible print crib bedding. The 210-thread-count set includes fitted sheets, reversible bumper pad, crib skirt, and reversible quilt. $295 at Marnie Rocks, 8413 Preston Center Plaza. 214-369-1200.

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