Everlasting Wardrobe Brand Genres

Volume 2

Looking for more of our favorite children’s apparel brands? Welcome to EW Brand Genres Volume 2.

Every child has an evolving and unique style. Everlasting Wardrobe offers members the opportunity for their children’s Wardrobes to change along side their taste(s).

Music is a constant throughout the Everlasting Wardrobe offices and the founding team’s history. Our style genres are an homage to our passion. To break clothing down in this manner has helped our algorithms and teams of stylists match our extensive inventory with you and your child’s individual tastes. Other than Pajamas, very few items only fit into one style genre. To further our members’ familiarity with each genre we’ve gathered great examples of brands that exemplify some of the more dominant traits in each style. Welcome to Volume Two!


Simple styles, colors, and prints that never go out of style. Perfect for your future Presidents and CEOs!


A classic brand for all of the miniature ladies in your life! Each season offers new, specially created prints that are designed ‘in-house’ from their London-based office.

Fin and Vince

The makers/co-creators of Fin & Vince, Sarah and Makel, design and produce beautiful, high-quality clothing for curious kids who have a love for adventure. Fin & Vince is inspired by the imagination of children, mostly by their children: Fin, Vince, and Memphis.

Sophie Catalou

A New York attitude with Barcelona roots, their selection of elegant and casual pieces are made using gorgeous fabrics that come bursting with ruffles, flowers and bows… perfect for infant to 14 years old girls.


For the Instagram generation, only the trendiest looks will do. Satisfy all your waiting followers with the these can’t miss styles!

Stella Kids

A lifelong vegetarian, Stella McCartney does not use any leather or fur in her designs. Her collections include women’s ready-to-wear, accessories, eyewear, fragrance as well as their trendy childrenswear line.

Helga Solrun

Helga Solrun proves that there is beauty in the minimal, the effortless, and unadorned. That everything should have a purpose and hers is to design and create minimalist yet wearable garments.

Little Creative Factory

Little Creative Factory is not a trend machine that mass produces clothes and ideas that will be irrelevant later over time. They believe that less is more and this is why their pieces are timeless. Each piece allows their little customers to grow with it and to create their own style.


Have a potential Leonardo Da Vinci? These fun and funky brands are perfect for the kids with loud and wild style.


The world is a circus, at least according to BANGBANG Copenhagen the Danish designers Louise Lundholm & Mia Risager founded their brand in 2008 which merged their roots in contemporary design with a love of the playful spirit of children.


Her collection reveals the quality of childrenʼs innocence and simplicity, but also their strong individual character. All the prints are inspired by childhood memories and are exclusively hand block-printed for the collection.


Bold colors, prints, and styles. MSGM Kids fits any child who wants to stand out from the crowd!


Maybe your 70’s hippie lifestyle wasn’t just a phase and is genetics after all? These eco-friendly and sustainable brands are perfect for the earth loving and crunchy child.

Mini Rodini

Mini Rodini carries one of the most sustainable varieties of kids clothes on the market, including certified organic cotton pieces and recycled fabric materials. Their aim is to add something new, and something better to a market that continues to rapidly grow.

Winter Water Factory

The company is the brainchild of Stefanie Lynen and Todd Warnock. Fresh, bold, and beautiful textile prints are what you’ll find at the Winter Water Factory. They strive to create high-quality products for a healthy planet. Every item is crafted from 100% organic cotton and is made entirely in the USA.

Mini Mioche

Alyssa Kerbel, Mini Mioche’s creator, found it very difficult to find great, simple, and ethically-made basics especially in neutral colors. Drawing upon her decade long experience in the fashion industry, she set about creating her own collection of infant and kids’ fashion basics.

HIP HOP - StreetWear

For all the cool kids (or shall we say parents) these brands are perfect for that effortless cool look that will have every person crushing on them.

Bandy Button

The essence of Bandy Button is to create cool clothes in which kids will feel comfortable to play and discover a world of freedom. They use only high quality fabrics, comfortable, and made to last from a generation to generation.

Littlehorn Kids

Established in 2003, Littlehorn Kids is known as one of Australia’s most loved, trusted, and iconic kids brands. They develop products, styles, and designs with quality and practicality in mind. They’re all about having fun and not taking anything too seriously. This is visible through the whole design ethos.

Mini and Maximus

In addition to creating their own unique Mini & Maximus designs, they collaborate with inspiring artists both young and old. Artists contribute original ideas designed exclusively for Mini & Maximus. Alas, consumers are presented with individual artistic approaches that can be worn.


By popular demand, Everlasting Wardrobe presents our nighttime fashion brands. The perfect ensemble to match that special blanket or stuffed animal that doesn’t leave their side.

Kickee Pants

KicKee Pants became the nickname for my son, says company owner Aerin Nicole, and in turn, the name of the company we would launch. The name honors an appreciation of the small moments we would share together.

Petit Lem

As parents, Petite Lem strives to design their sleepwear and sportswear collections with children in mind. Their authentic approach to design and our passion for creating value-oriented contemporary collections has allowed them to grow up alongside our customers.

Bedhead Pajamas

After scouring the marketplace, Renee Claire quickly realized that the current pajama offerings lacked sophistication and fine tailoring. She then learned how to make her own colored and patterned cotton textiles. As a consequence, BedHead was born!