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My Favorite Shops For Kid’s Outfits in the East Bay | Bay Area Photographer

Aug 27, 2020

If you are looking for a fun, unique outfit for your infant, toddler, or child for your next photography session, look no further. I’ve put together a list of four of my favorite places to shop.  

Bird & Bean

https://birdandbeanshop.com/

3212 College Ave, Oakland, CA

Here you will find some of the softest, sweetest clothes that appeal to both kids and their grown-ups. Look for that favorite dress or shirt that your child won’t take off. And, the clothes are durable enough so that you can pass them down to the next lucky kid. The store is located on the Oakland/Berkeley border in the heart of the Rockridge and Elmwood shopping districts; you will find lots of the owner’s own brand (now called Bird & Bean!) as well as many other gorgeous, unique collections and essentials for new parents and gift-givers!

 Myara

https://myara.com

3569-C Mt Diablo Blvd, Lafayette, CA

Come in and find pieces that are designed to spark imagination and stand the test of time. Their clothing balances classic style, playful accents, and practical features – making them favorites for grandmothers, children, and their moms.

Garments are handmade by lovers of the craft. For you, this means stronger zippers, longer-lasting garments, and safe materials. 

Goat Milk Kidware

https://goatmilknyc.com

4139 Piedmont Ave, Oakland, CA

Their pieces are created from a desire to dress children in beautifully crafted, simple clothes and inspired by European classics. Quality is key. They offer a collection of children’s underwear and basics that are made of 100% organic, prewashed cotton, and produced with a commitment to quality, fair trade, and the environment.

Big Kiss Little Kiss

https://www.bigkisslittlekiss.com

1207 Arroyo Way b, Walnut Creek, CA

Big Kiss Little Kiss features modern, minimalist pieces for fashionable children. Featuring woven fabrics in unique color palettes that are easy to put on, play in, and wash. All items are made in the USA with recycled or “deadstock” fabric.

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