Tiny McSmall

January 7, 2008

I know it’s barely January and we’re all shopped out post-Christmas and everything, but can you believe I’ve got Oscar’s birthday coming up this week and am out feeding the economy yet again? For those of you that are shopping already as well — or even just window shopping, did I tell you I’ve fallen in love with Tiny McSmall?

So in love that I don’t even know what to feature from their super-well-put-together collection. In fact, my instinct is to show you a picture of every item they carry — I couldn’t find a single thing that I disliked or even raised my eyebrows at.

Go take a look. At every single item. It’s so worth your time.

Day of the Week Barrettes by Little Something
Chocolate Mini Dots Baby Set by Kit+Lili

Anja Dress by Neige
Crochet Terrier by Anne-Claire Petit

Child’s Apple Pear Apron & Baking Set
Lucien Striped Sweater by Oeuf

Camille Dress by Dagmar Daley (at the top)

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{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

1 sarah starr January 7, 2008 at 1:50 pm

Wow. Love it.


2 Leslie January 7, 2008 at 2:06 pm

i just posted about tiny mcsmall, too. twice in the last week. we are so on the same page. i must be cool. :)


3 CocoBlu Studio January 7, 2008 at 2:06 pm

LOVE IT!!! Thanks for the heads up. I think I’ll be spending a lot of time (and perhaps money) on this site!!!


4 Terina January 7, 2008 at 5:07 pm

i was wondering if you can actually afford to buy kids clothes from here. there are lots of us out there that can’t spend $50 on a shirt for our kids. i usually don’t spend that much on one item period. no question that their stuff is way cute! (i did go to their website) i just wonder if the average mom out here in middle class world can afford things like that for their kids. are there other websites that are more affordable for us? there are so many things that you post about that are so cute and things that are really beautiful. they just aren’t very affordable for us average people. (we’re probably under average as we are enlisted military) and perhaps there just aren’t inexpensive things like that out there, and if we want them, we’ll have to spend the money. you would know more about that than i would!! (my kids shopping is limited to the childrens place outlet, carters outlet and what i can get for a good deal at the px, old navy and the gap. but only if i’m lucky….)


5 Jo January 7, 2008 at 5:40 pm

this is an AMAZING site! and yes, some of it is very expensive but it doesn’t make it any less enjoyable to look at :)


6 Terina January 7, 2008 at 7:48 pm

jo i totally agree. just wish that someday i might be able to afford clothing like this.


7 Design Mom January 7, 2008 at 9:56 pm

I hear you terina! I definitely know all about making a budget stretch (5 kids and a PhD program do not a rich family make.)

But I still loving inspiring collections like Tiny McSmall and the designers carried there.

When I am able to make an occasional splurge — like if Grandma sends birthday money for one of my kids — I know where to shop to add a little something special to their wardrobe.

Or when I’m picking up a bargain outfit at Target, I can better recognize which pieces are special or extra-beautiful.

I enjoy admiring great design even when it’s out of budget.


8 Terina January 8, 2008 at 12:41 am

me too. just sometimes i think “is there nothing cute that i can afford??” but my day will come. and unfortunately for us, our grandma’s do not usually send money…..i do love all the cool posts though. something to aspire to, or give me inspiration to do something like it that costs me less. :)


9 Ashley October 21, 2008 at 10:58 am

There is nothing more irritating than bad customer service at a children’s botique. Tiny McSmall has cute clothes but TERRIBLE customer service. Still haggling over fraudulent charges they posted to my account. If you are spending $100 on kids shoes they should at least return your calls, emails and actually ship the merchandise you ordered. AVOID AT ALL COST


10 Mimi May 11, 2009 at 5:14 pm

love tiny mcsmall! you should also check out http://www.lollieshop.com – it is a great website/store. you can sign up with your e-mail to get all the latest info.


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