When shopping for clothes just for fun, it's not a big issue if you do not find anything that suits your taste. But when you go to the store looking for something in particular, it seldom happens that you just do not like what's out there. Although, like with many other things, historically we have the largest variety in our clothing, neverless it might happen that we just can not find that certain item. Especially when having quite a clear idea on how should look like, it can be really annoying when the selection misses that exact garment: it's not long enough, too tight, they do not have it in marine blue and the buttons are all wrong .
Since the beginning of time, parents always wanted what's best for their children, but only in the last two centuries have baby clothes started to be in that category. Before that people either did not consider it important to put an effort in how children are dressed and just made the same clothes only on smaller scale, or used older siblings' grown out garments, or they just did not have the money to spend it on such trivialities. However, laTely the textile industry has been making more profits than you can imagine on children's clothes.
When these two tendencies, the problem of not finding things that serves you taste and wanting to buy something pretty for your babies coincide, the idea of designer children's clothing comes quite naturally. Just like men and women's clothing, children's are a whole different branch, with separate rules and uses and styles. And if you consider how many options you have for your clothes, being a child to be dressed up gives a whole new meaning to "miniature people". Because as a grown-up you might be able to choose between casual and comfy versus elegant but uncomfortable, but as a child or a parent buying it for a child, you should not put into such a position.
Designer children's clothing are items made by people who are as learned on this subject as the ones designing grown up garments, but experienced in the specific problems children's clothing provide. Buying from designers have all those positive aspects that means employing professional at your service, making sure your clothes all fit, you get virtually any color you like, and all the look look good and at their right places. The down side of this is that you probably will not be able to afford their services too often, and … except for special occasions, why would you buy that perfect little fairy dress, if your little angel will be grown out of it in four months anyway?