From wardrobe staples to occasion wear, the brand delivers timeless pieces in each division, including novelty looks in the Kissy Kissy line; bolder statements from Kissy Kissy’s Qt-Qt; christening apparel in Besos by Kissy Kissy; and embroidered and smocked garments from Kissy Kissy Premier.
“Like all of our collections, the fall ’13 Kissy Kissy line is designed to reflect the fun, joy and specialness of baby’s cherished first days,” says founder and owner Roxana Castillo. “We’re always careful to keep mom’s practical concerns like comfort, care and quality in mind while also adding that special touch in the form of intricate prints and hand-worked details to delight gift-givers.”
For girls, Parisian poodles give a wanderlust vibe; castles and carriages stir princess dreams; and toe shoes take the ballerina theme for a spin. And no Kissy Kissy collection would be complete without flowers so naturally a garden of blooms, blossoms and bouquets provide a feminine flair throughout the line.
Boys are set to cover a lot of ground with construction vehicles, antique roadsters and anything else to get him from point A to B. Ballgame prints and ice hockey themes score big, while dinosaurs loom large and puppies pant for the chance to become boy’s best friend. Meanwhile, there’s no shortage of unisex options including ginghams, dots, ducks, frogs, stars and the brand’s signature stripes.
The collection is comprised of everything babies need in their wardrobes like converter gowns, footies, one-pieces, pants sets, dresses, hats, bibs, booties and blankets. And as the temperature drops, Kissy Kissy piles on cozy options like knit caridgans, velour playsuits and Sherpa buntings. The line runs from preemie through size 4T.
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