5 - 7 Years
Layer her in Heattech long johns that will keep her dry and warm. She might roll her eyes at your insistance of wearing her mittens, but she can’t argue with these cute fair isle-printed leggings.
Uniqlo | Buy
Is your daughter a budding fashionista? She will love this trendy hat from Goorin Bros. that is as adorable as it is warm. This felt schoolboy hat will keep her head warm, and the delicate plaid bow will appeal to her stylish sensibilities.
Goorin Bros. | Buy
Boden always has great prints for kids, and their classic anorak is no exception. Warm and waterproof, this bright and cheeful coat will be a playground standout.
Boden | Buy
She might fight you to keep her hat on, but once she sees this miniature version of the beret all of the cool, big girls are wearing, she will have this cozy knit hat on faster than you can say, “oh la la”.
77kids | Buy
That bus stop gets seriously freezing cold in the morning. Arm your little girl with the warmest and coolest-looking coat. Down filling will keep her warm while the faux-fur lined hood will block out nasty winter gales.
J.Crew | Buy
Sherpa fleece- does anything sound warmer than that? This cozy coat from Hanna Andersson keeps littles ones toasty without adding too much bulk, leaving them free to play outside on the chilliest days.
Hanna Andersson | Buy
We dare you not to smile when seeing this one-eyed hat running around the playground. Also, if you add a red sweatsuit, your kid’s Yo Gabba Gabba-inspired Halloween costume is done!
Neato Shop | Buy
Kids love simultaneously looking like everyone else but doing their own thing. Their basic pair of sneakers can get the personalized treatment thanks to Addatoos, clever tattoos for shoes. The same shoes as the rest of their friends paired with their own combination of bows, moustaches and more make this set an inexpensive way to make your creative kids’ day.
Spoon Sisters | Buy
No, you cannot draw on the walls- unless there are cleverly designed coloring posters already up. The charming illustrations of artist Roxy Marj Barrus will delight little ones and parents alike while protecting the wallpaper from a Crayola-wielding future Picasso.
Roxy Marj | Buy
(set of 4)
For the busy pretend-teacher on the move, a handled chalkboard in an easy to carry size fits the bill. Pack up her mini schoolroom when the lesson is done and keep all of that dusty chalk well contained.
Apartment 48 | Buy
They are all wild things on Halloween night, so this costume from the classic book Where The Wild Things Are is playfully apropriate. Channel your child’s inner Max and let him run just a little wild for one night.
Pottery Barn Kids | Buy
Your kid will look sharp as the perennial back-to-school staple, the #2 Pencil. Standardized test not included.
Toys R Us | Buy
A mask and tail set make for easy dress-up. BHBKidstyle handmake a slew of options, but we’re partial to this sweet fox. Pair with a color-coordinated outfit for sly trick-or-treating.
BHBKidstyle | Buy
Make your favorite dinner come to life- the Costume Cafe will create an adorable sushi get-up for your little maki made to order, no menu required.
The Costume Cafe | Buy
Junior is a hipster-in-training, so dress him appropriately. Font-obsessed parents will fawn over this tiny ode to Helvetica.
American Apparel | Buy
Let your kids have their head in the clouds with charming wall decorations that encourage deep thinking. A trio of cute clouds will add whimsy and fun to your child’s room and a dash of inspiration to their imagination.
DwellStudio | Buy
(Set of 3)
Make snack time extra special with a personalized plate from Mattie Luxe. Choose a cool pattern to suit your child and they will be majorly impressed to see their name on their own indestructible melamine plate. This might even get them to eat those vegetables you’ve been nagging about.
Mattie Luxe | Buy
This lightweight and lovely mobile will captivate a baby in a crib or a toddler in time out. Even better, the Circula can easily transition from nursery decor to tween bedroom and maybe beyond.
Horne | Buy
Whether your elementary schooler has a touch of OCD or is completely disorganized, they will love this handy-dandy all-in-one organizer from Kangaroom. With a spot to hold every school supply, not to mention a dry-erase surface for notes and doodles, this organizer will ensure your kid kicks off the school year in an orderly fashion.
Great Useful Stuff | Buy
Let your little one know what their star sign says about them and add a little art to their rooms as well. Whether a gemini or a taurus, these zodiac prints are fun and fanciful decor.
Serena & Lily | Buy
A horizontal design, extra pockets, and cushy shoulder straps make this schoolbag a great option for kids. The really great part? With each purchase, Schoolbags for Kids will donate a schoolbag with basic school supplies to a child in need around the world.
Schoolbags for Kids | Buy
Another year of packing nutritious school lunches is upon us. Youíll find inspiration and recipes in The Lunch Box, even if your kid insists on peanut butter and jelly every day.
Amazon | Buy
As the kids get older, a sweet lunchbox note with hugs and kisses from mom is less appreciated. A joke here and there? Theyíll love it. The hugs and kisses are implied.
Paper Source | Buy
This little gem has been around for a while. Itís re-usable and BPA-free like all the others out there, but itís small enough to fit in a lunchbox with plenty of room left for snacks.
The Container Store | Buy
Itís not too late to transform that ever-growing box of school pictures and report cards into a memory book. This spiral-bound album makes it easy.
Chronicle Books | Buy
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