Sugar, spice and everything nice may dominate the fall and winter season, but all we can think about is the array of new and cool kids clothes debuting just in time for the weather to turn. We uncovered the sweetest styles from beloved brands and fresh collections from newbies you’ll love. Expect this versatile coats, oh-so-soft onesies you’ll want for yourself and a whole lot of creative innovation. Read on for the best new fall and winter styles to snag now.
Cooler temps mean bundling up. Do it in style with Under Armour’s new line of youth jackets. With 40 styles in sizes that range from toddler to youth XL, you’ll find a fresh new look for any kiddo in your family. Choose from reversible bomber jackets, water-resistant microfleece jackets, a 100% waterproof and windproof jacket for the coldest of days and more. Stylish, well-made and oh-so-warm: what more could you want? Available online at underarmour.com.
Clover Baby & Kids
Leave it to two moms raising five kids between them to create a line of clothing for baby and kids that is functional, stylish and well-made. Clover Baby & Kids, which launched end of 2017, is taking the kids clothing world by storm with their line of cloveralls (their version of coveralls), footies and sets. The styles are made to keep babe comfortable with their cozy, stretchy fabric meant to withstand everyday wear and tear. New this season are accessories, hand-painted holiday prints and sizing expanding to 4T with their sets. Have a little one and Fido? Check out Clover Baby & Kids’ new dog onesies that coordinates with your kiddo. All clothing retails for under $40. Pictured here is the Llama footie in white, mini stripes set in Chartreuse paired with a Donuts Headband in Chartreuse and Sloths Set in Emerald paired with Solid Headband in Chartreuse. Online available Nov. 19 at cloverbabyandkids.com.
Tea Collection’s newest fall and winter offerings don’t disappoint. You’ll find on-trend llama prints in their covetable PJs, mini-teddy coats, a slew of buffalo check and Navajo prints for the whole family. Like much of their 2018 collection, Tea has partnered with Native American artists whose designs inspire curiosity and are authentic to tribal tradition (learn more about the awesome collab here). Plus, did you know that a portion of all proceeds from all sales go to the Global Fund for Children? Start shopping and giving back now. Available at teacollection.com.
Holly & Beau
When it’s raining and pouring outfit your kiddos in Holly & Beau’s raincoats and umbrellas. These magical styles burst with color when they’re wet, and when dry, the fabric returns to its original white graphics. Holly & Beau’s new designs—all coated with their uber special Magic Color Technology®—are here just in time for the stormy season. Choose from fun patterns like cats and dogs, dinosaurs and unicorns. Each hooded coat is available in four sizes from age two to age 7-8. The lightweight jacket can be neatly stowed away in a convenient bag attached to the back when not in use. Available at hollyandbeau.com.
Warp + Weft
Warp + Weft, the direct-to-consumer denim line, understands that when it comes to clothing, one size does not fit all. They’re all about bringing inclusivity to fashion with their denim for women, men and now, kids. Catering to children ages 3-12, Warp + Weft’s new kids collection will offer “husky” options for boys and “plus” for girls. The brand is committed to ethics and sustainability—each style requires a fraction of of the resources used in traditional denim manufacturing. Kids styles include slim, jogger, jeggings and more. Available at warpweftworld.com
Pippa & Julie
We love Pippa & Julie’s mission, which is all about inclusiveness. The playful brand, which aims to make all kids feel like their best selves in whatever they wear, designs all of their styles in NYC. With outfits for baby through big girl, Pippa & Julie’s fall/winter collection includes dresses with touches of gold and lace, floral prints and plenty of tutus. And, be sure to check out Pippa & Julie’s collab with Disney. Available at pippaandjulie.com
Ice Cream Castles
With a name like Ice Cream Castles, you know this kids clothing line will be rooted in whimsy and imagination. Cloud City—the newest collection from Ice Cream Castles—lives up to the brand’s creative spirit. New fall/winter styles include velour track jackets, printed hoodies, ruffled tunics and graphic tees. Flair and creativity aside, all of Ice Cream Castles styles also impress with their quality and durability. Available at icecreamcastles.com.
This isn’t just any ol’ puffy coat. Appaman’s best-seller is back for the season in cool, on-brand colors like gunmetal camo, black geo and teal aurora. The coat is versatile: it sits at hip-length so it’s not too bulky to wear when monkeying around at the playground, but it’s also water-resistant and warm enough to withstand winter’s chilliest days. Your kids will be grabbing for this coat all season, from fall to spring. Check out this style and Appaman’s other new seasonal offerings from pants to sweaters to long-sleeved tees online: appaman.com
Your favorite baby moccasin company has just launched a line of kid's clothes from baby through big kid. From red leather slip-ons to horseshoe-patterned joggers to baby-dolls, the simple line keeps it fresh and cute as can be. Online: freshlypicked.com
Art 4 All by Abby Paffrath
Just because it’s not the height of summer, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t protect their face from the sun. Whether you’re planning a trip to the mountains or a tropical getaway this winter, pack an Art 4 All hat. Designed by Abby Paffrath, these hats are like wearable art. They’re inspired by the beauty of the Western landscape and make a statement with their bright colors and bold designs. Abby designs her hats with a wax resist dye technique called Batik that’s used to create images and patterns on fabric. New youth designs are released Nov. 1. Online: art4allbyabby.com
If you think stunning girls clothes that don’t break the bank are nearly impossible to find, you haven’t yet encountered Beet World. Based out of Seattle, all of Beet World’s styles are priced under $50. Available in girls sizes 2-12 years, lookout for their just-launched fall/winter line with pieces that are versatile (think nice enough for your family’s holiday photo and still appropriate for a regular day at school) with a global spin. Piper Tunic in Navy Tree Print pictured and available November 2018. Available at beet-world.com.
You make it a habit to look at food and ingredient labels, so why not be just as vigilent about what your kids are actually wearing? Meet Recover Brands, a sustainable apparel company, that’s distrupting the clothing space. Their eco-friendly styles are made of recycled plastic and cotton and are totally non-toxic. In fact, each tee is made of eight plastic bottles. If you love their mission and clothes, good news: Recover Brands has an adult collection. Available at recoverbrands.com.
Zutano x Tupelo Honey
Full disclosure: this pick isn’t a new style for kids, but anything Zutano does we’re a fan of. They recently teamed up with Tupelo Honey to release a maternity line. That’s right—Zutano of baby bootie fame now makes maternity wear. Launched in August, the maternity collection includes leggings, tees, dresses and a Sunday brunch cardi, all designed with the soon-to-be mama in mind (think comfort without sacrificing style). Available at tupelohoneystyle.com and zutano.com.
Copy by Erin Lem; photos courtesy of each brand