One of my favorite places to shop for the girls is Tea Collection. If you haven’t yet visited their site, I recommend you click on over and browse their unique selection of clothing. Why is it unique? Because it is globally inspired.
If you’ve been a reader of mine for some time now, you may remember my review of their Modern Mexico line from Fall 2011. Well this fall, they’ve released their Nordic-inspired Design. You can see Isabel wearing a dress from the Nordic Design line in this post, as well as Eleanor wearing a dress from the Spring 2007 line inspired by Turkey, part of the 10th anniversary collection. Below Eleanor is wearing another 10th anniversary dress, but this one from Spring 2009 inspired by Brazil, and Isabel’s dress is from the Spring/Summer 2012 line inspired by Bali. Like I said, globally-inspired, and therefore, unlike any other children’s clothing line.
Aside from the unique and globally-inspired designs, what I really like about the Tea Collection is the quality of the clothing. The fabrics are soft, yet durable. The clothes I purchased last year from the Tea Collection still practically look brand new. The girls have tons of clothes and there are many pieces that fade, shrink and thin out after a few cycles in the laundry, but not anything we’ve purchased from the Tea Collection. I’m still amazed at how well they hold up, and you certainly get what you pay for.
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(she chose her own accessories)
So if you’re looking to do a little back-to-school shopping, or start your holiday shopping early this year, I definitely recommend the Tea Collection to anyone looking to stock up on children’s clothes.
Disclosure: I was not compensated for this review. Opinions here are solely my own.This post does contains affiliate links.