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5 Reasons Why You Should Love AllSaints Spitafields for Kids

The clothing line Allsaints Spitafield from the UK has a cult like following. Their aesthetic is one part modern, one part antique, one part traditional, one part rock and roll. It’s a mix that although is quite eclectic, it totally works.  But you won’t find any bright hues or cheery prints here. They specialize in blacks, browns and tans. Think thick cottons, skulls, leather and the occasional piece of lace.

Recently I stumbled into the gigantic Allsaints Spitafield shop in Los Angeles on the shopping mecca that is Robertson Avenue. I was immediately drawn to their vintage looking boots and the tiered cotton dresses for ladies but what really caught my eye were their line of clothing for girls and boys. Fashion forward yet decidedly vintage looking pieces for those pint sized fashionistas in your life.

Check out five awesome picks for your pipsqueaks here!

Children’s Walker Leather Jacket
Classic slim fitting motorcycle jacket for kids -$200 here.

Children’s Hitch Mini Skirt
A “signature AllSaints style shape and construction” Hitch skirt. Dramatic and dressy. $65 here.


Children’s Military Cuff Boot
A sturdy boot for the kid who likes to pull off the tough look. This lace up style boot features a insider zipper for easy on and off action. $160 here.

Children’s Muses Dress
This decontructed style dress is totall AllSaints style. This cotton dress features a mix of fabrics and exposed seams, funky yet totally fashionable. $85 here.

Oslo Patchwork Cardigan
Mix and matching a variety of Fair Isle knit patterns, this totally old school looking sweater, in cotton, makes quite the statement on the schoolyard. $80 here.

Photos: AllSaints Spitafields

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