Every now and then duplicates of Laurel’s play clothes make their way to our laundry (a classmate’s clothing, sent home accidentally from school), and I let out a collective sigh for the convenience and commonplaceness that the mass clothing market provides.
Achieving individuality is not a problem at Nixie Clothing, where designer Nicole Frobusch has created a line of mostly one-off, boho chic children’s clothing (ages 1-8) made from 100% recycled wools and vintage cottons. The butterfly dresses (wool with vintage scarf sleeves) and leg warmers (knits and lace) make for an especially unique presentation (shown).
Check out Nixie’s online store, which is currently running an end of season sale; and be sure to visit again once their vibrant, whimsical spring/summer line launches in March. Note: prices are in British pounds but the shopping cart operates through Paypal; alternatively, stateside, Craftsbury Kids offers a small collection of Nixie items.