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Little Mass | Silhouettes Without Boundaries


The designer of Little Mass, Tina Chang, has a rule: no boundaries. Imagine the kind of creativity using that as your compass.  With an eye for frills, ruffles, and layer upon layer of girly fashion, this line was inspired by fine art, Hollywood glamour, and Japanese comic books. The result? Fashionable and contemporary styles for your little darling. Oh, and a fun photo shoot at the zulily studios!

Take a peek into the wonderful world of Little Mass and a behind the scenes look at one of our favorite editorials of the season.  

Our favorite trend of them all and perhaps the most popular trend of the season in kids wear right now is being called "Urban Jungle." Your wild one is sure to stand out with this fierce style. Check out some items and brands on zulily today that aren’t afraid of a little street jungle:

  • Adventurous styles
  • Vibrant colors 
  • Exotic patterns
  • Street wear and urban silhouettes
  • Rich wildlife graphics

Let your little one travel the world through their clothes!

Mixed Up Clothing | Tomorrow on zulily
Patterns, patterns, patterns! We are obsessed with kids who play with pattern.  Mixed Up Clothing is inspired by the textiles, cultures, and people of the world. A line dedicated to the power of diversity through trendy and colorful designs, your little fashionista can travel the world one romper, bubble bodysuit, or dress at a time. 
Need a reminder for tomorrow’s event? Check out the Mixed Up Clothing page now!

Mixed Up Clothing | Tomorrow on zulily


Patterns, patterns, patterns! We are obsessed with kids who play with pattern.  Mixed Up Clothing is inspired by the textiles, cultures, and people of the world. A line dedicated to the power of diversity through trendy and colorful designs, your little fashionista can travel the world one romper, bubble bodysuit, or dress at a time. 

Need a reminder for tomorrow’s event? Check out the Mixed Up Clothing page now!


Ava Loves Olli | Nothing Short of Sweet


We adore Ava Loves Olli, a newer brand packed with cottony bursts of vibrant hues and easy to wear styles!  From girly girls to adventurous darlings, your little girl will adore these comfy dresses as much as we love to photograph them! 

Here’s a sneak peek of some of the finds from Monday’s Ava Loves Olli event.  Be sure to head over to the Ava Loves Olli page to set your reminder and learn more about one of our personal favorite brands!


Tomorrow on zulily: Right Bank Babies celebrates vintage inspired designs with a fun bright color palate.  You’re little gypsy will look fabulous showing off a whimsical style of pattern and frill!  Let her imagination run wild with reversible pieces that transition simply from day to play. 

Here’s a sneak peek of what’s to come tomorrow with Right Bank Babies!

If you love this brand, head over to the Right Bank Babies page to add it to your My Favorite Brands page and be notified whenever it is on the site.

Styles to Share | Clothes both boys and girls can wear!
We’ve been getting lots of requests for “gender neutral” pieces for the expectant mama who has opted to be surprised with baby’s gender. Sometimes it’s as simple as trying a different approach to how you shop. Much like you’d do for yourself, your little one’s wardrobe could include those few neutral pieces as staples in which to style around.  It’s easy to add color, silhouettes, and accessories to a neutral theme. Plus, it’s a pretty fashionable look on it’s own.  A couple of tips for shopping this look: 

Be on the look out for brands that offer neutral pieces
Try shopping by colors that don’t target a single gender
Push the envelope. 
We’ve found a few pieces along these lines featured in today’s Those Baby Basics and SKEANIE events! Check out our Shop By Color feature as well to see what fun items you might find! Just because you want to wait to find out if your darling will be will be a little dame or dude, doesn’t mean you have to wait to shop for him or her!

Styles to Share | Clothes both boys and girls can wear!


We’ve been getting lots of requests for “gender neutral” pieces for the expectant mama who has opted to be surprised with baby’s gender. Sometimes it’s as simple as trying a different approach to how you shop. Much like you’d do for yourself, your little one’s wardrobe could include those few neutral pieces as staples in which to style around.  It’s easy to add color, silhouettes, and accessories to a neutral theme. Plus, it’s a pretty fashionable look on it’s own.  A couple of tips for shopping this look: 
  • Be on the look out for brands that offer neutral pieces
  • Try shopping by colors that don’t target a single gender
  • Push the envelope
We’ve found a few pieces along these lines featured in today’s Those Baby Basics and SKEANIE events! Check out our Shop By Color feature as well to see what fun items you might find! Just because you want to wait to find out if your darling will be will be a little dame or dude, doesn’t mean you have to wait to shop for him or her!