A blog about style, design and the search for all things cool

Archive for the 'fashion' Category

Twirly Girl

Owl Skirt

Kit+Lili specializes in very retro looking children’s clothing. All of their pieces are very bold and very cute without the frills and bows. I particularly like this soft, pleated corduroy skirt with the adorable and simple owls making up this unique pattern.

Available at Black Wagon for $58.00.

Via Baby Gadget.

1 comment

Toolbelt, literally


There’s a company so cool there aren’t words to describe them. Just numbers. 686 specializes in sport gear. Mainly snow and skating gear. While I neither ski nor skate, I sure can appreciate the convenience of having some basic tools handy. Especially when they are cleverly disguised in an accessory such as a belt. A toolbelt.

This belt integrates a #2 Phillips and #2 flathead screwdrivers, and 1/2, 9/16, and 3/8-inch wrenches as well as a bottle opener. Such tools are pretty convenient to have on hand for a number of chores, but supposedly they are particularly advantageous while on the slopes.

Continue to full article


Flower Kimono by Dragon Tail Baby

Dragon Tail Baby Kimono

Let’s face it, most baby clothes readily available on the market are as generic as the companies that produce them. Sure they’re cute, in that “I’ve seen all that pastel before” kinda way. Mostly, they’re cute because they’re small, and miniature versions of anything always takes the cuteness factor up a few notches. And lets not even mention the stereotypical way they color code those little outfits to distinguish genders. Well let me assure you, generic baby clothes manufacturer, that my little girl will be no less a girl if she’s wearing, oh, I don’t know – green, or even *gasp* blue!

Continue to full article