Gwyneth Paltrow may be an extremely busy working mom, but that doesn't stop her from dressing kids Apple and Moses in style. In her latest GOOP newsletter, she gives clothing suggestions to parents who want their children to look different than their peers.
This week we showcase some beautifully made, very original lines of children's clothing that we have recently discovered and are adoring. Mostly started by mothers, these companies are producing very unique, very cool, and not yet ubiquitous things for the little ones in your life.
These items from Busy Bees are "totally wearable today but also lasting." They are supposed to be able to be passed from one generation to the next, so we'll see if Apple hangs onto her summer loungewear long enough to get her daughter into it.
This reversible jumper allows your child to decide each day whether she feels like being a bear or a wolf. It is made in Bolivia from local Alpaca wool.
Gwyneth also gives suggestions for a child poncho, straw hat, Hamptons top and pajamas conceived by a woman "faced with the problem of finding quality pjs while living in southwestern France."
Read the whole GOOP newsletter here.