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Marie Chantal on Sale at Gilt Groupe

11/14/2009 at 11:00 AM ET

Marie Chantal/Gilt Groupe Inc.

With holiday pictures coming up, you’re going to need stylish pieces for your little one to wear. You’re in luck! Starting at 12 p.m. EST, you can shop Gilt Groupe‘s latest sale featuring Marie Chantal — a chic, luxe children’s brand.

Founded in 2000, the signature line was created by the Marie Chantal, the Crown Princess Pavlos of Greece. As a mother of five, she understands the importance of designing fun, yet polished clothing for your kids to wear.

Our faves are the Fair Isle Dress (now $68, originally $150) and the Wool Dress (now $94, originally $224).

So go ahead, snap up some fancy pieces for your little prince or princess. At over 50% off, Gilt’s prices make shopping for holiday-worthy duds much easier. Celebs fans include Elle Macpherson, Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern.

Not yet a member? Sign up here and shop away! The sale ends on November 16th.

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Cece on

The Crown Princess is designing for a specific clientele – those who most likely don’t bother looking at the price of the clothing they want. Many families have to watch their budgets more these days, and even $94 dollars from $224 dollars will entice only those who can afford it(or those who want wool, as many are wool sensitive).

Mariel on

Yep, maybe for Honor Warren or Harlow Madden.

Jessica on

I just don’t know. As I child I wouldn’t have liked any of these clothes. They don’t look fun to wear, they’re very adult-oriented in their style, and in general very stuffy. There’s no way I’d pay this much for something my kid would probably never want to wear and would feel miserable in.

jen on

Please stop sharing these with the world! Everything is sold out by the time I shop!! :)

alexis on

please stop calling her the crown princess of greece…greece threw out the royal family years ago (they dont live in greece now…they live in london) so techinically she is the former crown princess. if anything, call her that!

MimiMommy on

Those are beautiful, I wish CBB would also find a comparable suggestion with a lower cost. I would love something similar that is more realistic for an everyday familys budget.

fuzibuni on

i think the dress on the left is really lovely.

sarah on

Wow, what great prices for a worldwide recession!

Chris on

I love the designs but the colors are a bit drab.

de on

These prices on things are just ridiculous. My kids looked just as cute in things that cost much less when they were babies.

Even if I were wealthy, I would not spend this kind of money on anything for my child(or myself for that matter) except for a very special occasion.

What I would do instead is buy 1 of each item I was getting my child and donate them to less fortunate kids. Everytime I shopped. Not buying $250 dresses and $160 shoes would certainly allow alot more donations to them.

Blue on

Love M.C.!! I’ve followed the Miller sister’s since they burst onto the scene with their gorgeous weddings in the 90′s. Her children’s line is classic and so beautiful.

brannon on

Love the MC line – these are gorgeous! Just bought a different dress from her line for my niece. I am never quick enough to catch a deal at GG.


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