Fashion

3 New Boutiques For the Smallest Trendsetters

These Dallas shops can outfit any child, from sweet things to little rascals.

The Tot

Nasiba Adilova and Miroslava Duma, street-style mavens turned mompreneurs, originally opened a holiday pop-up to stock the chic, unique, and eco-friendly goods curated for their popular online shop. Thankfully, the brick-and-mortar is sticking around awhile. Find wood toys, organic cotton onesies, darling Sunday-best attire, and floral sundresses reminiscent of vintage Lilly Pulitzer. Hucklebones Sweetie Stripe romper, $84; Akid Marlow loafers, $90; Travel Girl Doll, $100

Hipster Baby

A favorite at Flea Style, Mary Bowen’s shop now has permanent roots in Richardson. There, kids can score snapback hats and sunnies, plus all the boho dresses and band tees necessary for music fest season. Don’t miss the denim pieces that Bowen and her mother distress in-house. Rock Your Baby Cosmic Burger tee, $40; Hipster Baby denim shorts, $40; slouch beanie, $12; Appaman aviators, $19; sneakers and skateboard (his own)

Lil’ Firefly

Owners Michele Hines and Sherri Rodebaugh offer playwear in offbeat patterns geared toward unordinary half pints. You know a kid who can rock lightning-bolt trousers? Sequin leggings? A Frappuccino romper? Polka-dot high-tops? Good news: they’ve got all that. Double scoop tee, $26; Fearless Feathers skirt, $26; high-tops, $28


(from left to right)

Georgia, 16 months
Preston Hollow
Loves: dogs, blueberries, and classic kids tunes

River, 4
Little Forest Hills
Loves: skateboarding and working on his ninja moves

Sage, 2
Northwest Dallas
Loves: playing chef and hanging at the DMA

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