Kico Kids Launches Capsule Collection at Anthropolgie

10/28/2011 at 02:00 PM ET
Courtesy Kico Kids

Bohemian moms rejoice!

Chic children’s brand Kico Kids has teamed up with boho-fab retailer, Anthropologie, for an eclectic capsule collection.

Designed for girls aged 2 to 6, it features everything from mixed print sweater coats and rosebud covered Mary Janes to Jacquard shifts and velvet-trim peacoats.

Our picks: The whimsical Owlet Hat ($48) and the flouncy Tussie Mussie Skirt ($168).

Love it as much as we do? See the full line at anthropologie.com.

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TM on

Love this collection!

Kayte on

The little model doesn’t look very thrilled to be wearing it. Can’t say I blame her with that sweater? coat? choking her.

Shannon on

Stunning child. Cute clothes. Win!

lifeasahouse on

Why can’t kids be happy and cheerful in ads?!

Shia on

Tacky clothes BEAUTIFUL little girl

Barbi on

The photographer needs to do better. She’s a beautiful child; ridiculous pose. She appears bored and uncomfortable with those clothes, especially around her neck.

annachestnut on

beautiful child

Beeno on

Cute clothes, uncompfortable looking, but gorgeous model. If I had a young daughter, I’d definatley buy that outfit…… when it goes on sale at Anthropologie.

marlowe on

these clothes are ugly and horrifically over-priced. that little model is gorgeous and the clothes make her look uncomfortable and a bit dowdy. shame, eh?

anthropologie is such a poseur store.

Amanda on

Sorry it looks like she’s wearing a collar!

TLH on

That picture makes me sad. That little girl looks miserable.

smiavs on

Boho? Really?! Since when is spending $168 on a skirt bohemian?

Alyssa on

Did the girl get in a car accident, she looks like she’s wearing a neck brace.

Annie on

Could she just TRY to look happy? She is wearing clothes at my adored Anthropologie? My goodness. …The prices on the kids selection are way too much. I couldn’t imagine spending xxx for an article of clothing they wont be in longer than 3 months max. But if this is like any of Anthro’s other kid clothing adventures – this wont last long either.

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