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It’s Fashion Friday and recently mommy and I went on a tiny tirade about children dressing appropriately as children. Well I want to introduce you to another company who thinks the way we do. I love looking cute whenever I dress up, be it to go to the park or to a function. Nothing screams, “look at me” than when you are well dressed. This company that I am going to introduce to you has been in the business of making little kids look their best for the past 35 years. Almost as old as mommy but not quite. They have been creating quality playwear that reflects the joy and innocence of childhood. Introducing Le Top, a family-owned company based out of sunny Concord, California – just across the bay from San Francisco – Le Top proudly designs clothing and accessories for children ages 0-7, for both boys and girls.
|source: Le Top
I was sent an outfit from their new fall line, Gigi’s Garden, and I have to say the presentation of my package was a delight. It’s not too often I get a card with my packages so I just have to share this one with you. As you can see the packaging details, it came nicely wrapped and ready for gifting. If this is how all their packages come delivered then who needs to shop in stores?
When I took my card out I was already having a wonderful day but my day got even better. I wanted to wear my outfit right away but of course mommy, the party pooper, said it was too late and we could do it the next day.
Now let me tell you all about my outfit. I received a Floral Dress with Striped Footless tights which is perfect for play time. Perfect for a stroll in the park and also perfect for a day at daycare. Now the pics online doesn’t do this dress any justice and neither does mine. The colors are really bold and vibrant and the ruffles on the front just give it that extra girly look.
You can see the vibrant color in the photo below. It really pops! The outfit is versatile enough to be worn anywhere. Don’t think of this as just playwear.
Made of a very soft cotton there were no tags to itch and the fit was true to size. I usually wear a size 3T and this fit just right. Usually with new clothing that you’ve never worn before you’re slight worried about the size. No worries, there is a size chart on the website to guide you.
While I’m showing you this darling dress, there are super adorable clothing for boys as well. The parents who don’t have a little girl like me won’t be left out. There is an entire section dedicated to that little guy in your life.
Now there is something that mommy and I just have to share with you and one thing that we really loved about Le Top. We actually took the time to read their code of conduct. Not many sites give you that and we appreciate Le Top’s sharing this with us. They refuse to work with or purchase materials from any company that uses child or forced labor. They also require their suppliers to provide a safe and healthy working environment for their workers. Here is a company that really cares!
At this time, Le Top only ships to addresses within the U.S., including Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, and APO, DPO & FPO boxes. Maybe one day Canada and international countries may be included because you are going to want to be seen in their clothing.
Quality, Price and Versatility all combined, there is no doubt that Le Top gets my TWO TINY THUMBS UP!
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