After endless searching, we’ve finally narrowed down the 30 most useful sites. Some, you can shop.
Others are just full of great ideas and inspiration. Consider this your constantly-evolving cheat sheet to the best of the web.
Straightforward basics— designed, tested and approved by designer Jane D’Haene’s daughter, Anais.
Two designers (and natives of Japan) use everyday objects to tell stories and inspire brilliant accessories.
The ultimate parent-centric community, with a regularly-updated “The Babble 50″ list of the best mom blogs on the web.
Curious about what your ultra-chic friends are buying for their little ones? Enter Babyccino, a blog full of daily inspiration from three moms (and taste-makers) from London, Amsterdam and Paris. Blogging aside, the shopping section is a portal for fab finds from around the web.
This aggregator specializes in child development—especially useful if you’re expecting.
A classic collection of prep-perfect childrenswear that focuses on durability.
French design at its most exquisite, for everyday wear or special occasions. Especially beautiful liberty prints.
Inessa Lysenko’s blog, often written from the perspective of her daughter Sasha, distills the meaningful moments that parents share with their children. Gorgeous illustrations
Erin Gates, interior designer and stylist, serves up daily ideas for your home as well as your closet—with a great sense of humor.
Taking the guesswork out of gear-shopping for your baby, Giggle’s highly-edited selection of the most useful (and innovative products) makes it an ideal venue for a shower registry.
Frequently updated with new styles, this niche collection from parent company Gymboree endorses a contemporary, trend-oriented approach to childrenswear.
An all-American girls’ collection with retro appeal, founded by a former Ralph Lauren designer (and mother of seven.)
Brilliant advice from the editors of Lucky, covering everything from sunglasses to snacks. Lucky’s approach to childrenswear is as well-researched and inspirational as you’d expect. The deals section, featuring big savings on great merch, is a must-read.
Believing that a beautiful life begins with a beautiful home, designer Michelle Adams and photographer Patrick Cline founded Lonny to pick up where Domino (sigh) left off, giving readers a glimpse into the interiors of coveted homes and apartments.
The online home of the Soho boutique featuring modern Japanese clothing with beautiful prints and elegantly minimal design.
A playful-yet-haute take on classic European fashion from a British mother of five.
Named for the designer’s parents’ native city in India, this new, unique and beautifully constructed brand is inspired by Indian heritage, yet rooted in contemporary design. Dresses, tops, and skirts are made from handloomed ikats and hand block printed textiles—an easy way to translate a global aesthetic into everyday wear for little girls.
As the premiere childrenswear magazine from the emerging Australian market, Papier-Mache reads like a mini-Vogue.
Classic European fare with exquisite details, low-profile elegance, and a dedication to quality.
Every français swears by this ubiquitous-in-Paris resource for basic cotton layering pieces.
The online home of Stacey Fraser’s Amagansett boutique espouses a bohemian sensibility, with a wide selection of adorable ruffled diaper covers.
The passion project of Florence Rolando, founder of European trade show Bubble, this insidery blog covers everything from toys to boutiques to mother/child relationships.
Traditionally inspired, vintage-style, hand-crafted clothing and footwear from a London designer and mother of three.
A collection of little girl clothing inspired by traditional American clothing and produced domestically.
Photographer Scott Schuman’s ne plus ultra take on street style is a daily must for the style-obsessed all around the world.
A cult destination for traditional, all-American clothing, this boutique offers a wealth of quality (and affordable!) hand-smocked clothing. Designer Megan Hewitt’s Southern society (in coastal South Carolina) informs these versatile basics like beach shortalls, sailor shirts, and appliqué tees.
Could this be one of the best ecommerce sites on the web? Based in France, it specializes in little fashion gems with big style impact. Expect to find not the best in European design, including hard-to-find brands and exclusives such as Isabel Marant’s children’s collection.
Beloved in the children’s fashion world for its beautiful images, this mag showcases unusual brands and unique personal style.
Its mission? To keep parents informed on everything from nutrition to fashion. A team of experts weighs in on every issue, and the weekly newsletters provide a quick digest of the news you need to know.
A sweetly simple collection for babies—using the most luxurious, eco-friendly fibers on the market.