Fashion + Decor

Getting the Chills
It’s not time to bust out the snowsuits and stroller muffs just yet. But boots and hats? Heck yeah! We say bring on the cute chilly-weather gear. Here, six cool Read more.
Giraffes Are The New Owl
We’re feeling a little “over” the owl trend (adorable though it’s been). So we asked a bunch of tastemakers in the design world—from giggle’s marketing guru, Grace Lee, to the Read more.
WAHM Survival Guide
It’s a slippery slope toward sweatpants and sticky-notes when you’re working at home—regardless of whether you’re managing a household, staying virtually connected to a corporate office, or building your own Read more.
Back-To-School Trend Report
No one has a better sense of back-to-school trends than the children’s wear designers themselves. So we asked some of our favorites what they’re buying for their own tots this Read more.
Summer Styling 101
It was hot as Hell on the East Coast this weekend, which means moms are scrambling this week to stock up on summer clothes for their kids. With perfect timing, Read more.
Label Conscious
There are so many new fashion labels for babies, it’s impossible to keep up. But that doesn’t stop us from trying. Right now, we’ve got the following up-and-coming brands on Read more.
Here Comes The Sun
With the rising mercury come stronger UV rays-and that wicked sidewalk glare. Sun block and sunglasses do their part for the toddler set, as long as you’re buying shades designed Read more.
Making Room
Is it just us, or is the backlash against matchy-matchy letting up? Maybe on some subconscious level, coordinating colors is a calming antidote to the financial chaos. Or, not. Maybe Read more.
If The Shoe Fits
Shoe-shopping sparks tantrums. Let us count the ways: there’s the wait to be measured, the forced stillness of being measured, the cruelty of having to take off (and not keep) Read more.
Padded Walls
Crib bumpers have a way of dividing parents: users fear little limbs getting injured between crib slats; abstainers fear suffocation. There are solid arguments for (and against) both sides. “It’s Read more.