( C R L N B S M N S ), A/W 14


One of my favorite new brands that I've recently stumbled upon (aka I stalk on instagram) is ( C R L N B S M N S ), on point and deliciously dark for kids. A relatively new brand itself, it has already left quite the mark in the kid's fashion industry. Known for its signature knits, lack of color, and graphical elements, this is one designer that likes to push the boundaries when it comes to a more traditional market like kid's wear. Blurred lines between what's for girls and what's for boys, I only wish they carried stuff in my size! And this season's signature skull bunny, just perfect!

 all images provided by ( C R L N B S M N S )


Weekend Links: 10.3.14


all images via Oh Happy Day!

1 / The grooviest of icons, Bob Dylan, complete with a blues blaring harmonica and rocking guitar!

2 / Quite possibly the cutest and also most abstract costume ever, I give you the fluffy white cloud...

3 / Up in the air... it's a bird, it's a plane... it's well, actually it is an airplane!

4 / Most original award certainly goes to this little lama right?!

5 / Everyone's favorite fashionista, Anna Wintour, bug shades and all...

It's officially October and therefor anything and everything Halloween goes right?! Right! It's been one of my favorite holidays since childhood so excuse me if I get a little carried away over here. I fondly remember going over costume ideas with my mom and getting all excited about our trips to the fabric store to bring my ideas to life. With mass production at it's peak, it's so easy to just run down to the store and pick up a pre-packaged costume. It saddens me a little to think that the creativity is dying in a holiday that so perfectly calls for embracing it. You can imagine I was beyond thrilled when I stumbled across this series of diy original costume ideas by Jordan Ferney from the Oh Happy Day! blog. Head on over to her site for step by step instructions on how to recreate these and more! I can already feel the ol' wheels turning...


Winter Water Factory, A/W 14


Winter Water Factory has hands down, some of the best prints out there in the kid's fashion scene. A mixture of linear conversational prints and geometric 70's inspired florals in bold colors take center stage this season. Printed on 100% organic cotton, the softest hand feel can be expected with every classic design of theirs. Not to mention that with all their products made locally in Brooklyn, your little one can look cute while helping the environment and that's just lovely! My favorite print this collection has to offer (though it was hard to chose) is probably the galloping horses because it just strikes an adventurous chord with me and can easy be worn by either gender. Which is your favorite if you dare chose?!

 all images provided by Winter Water Factory


Oeuf, A/W 2014


Let's jump right into autumn fashion with one of my personal favorite brands, Oeuf! Known for it's cozy knits that play on that fine line between sensible and stylish, this season's collection makes no exception. Furry animal friends make their presence known throughout with everything from subtle accents to full blown ears and tails. An earthy color palette is greeted with bright pops of magenta,  rich blues, and mossy greens. The ever present NYC influences (which I adore!) are still present, but this season also injects a healthy does of graphic tops in an array of languages for those world travelers. To say I wish I could fit into some of these pieces myself is the least... oh sigh!

all images provided by Oeuf


Let's Jump For Joy!


It's been a long time in the making, this little blog's relaunch, but get excited because the wait is now finally over. Chi.qui.ti.tos is officially back and ready to play! I can't wait to share with you all some of the new brands I've discovered mixed in with some of my tried and true favorites. I've got a lot of exciting new things in store for you all so make sure to explore, stretch your limbs, and hang around for a while :)

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