Some children’s clothes are functional, others are attractive, and a few are both. It would be nice if everything were functional attractive, and affordable, but you can’t always get everything.
The clothes for kids at Little Goodall definitely fall into the attractive category. The site is based in Texas, and was founded by a mom who found that her son refused to wear his hoods when he went out in inclement weather. She thought that perhaps she might create a hood for him that he might want to wear, and the next thing you know, she was in business.
Little Goodall sells clothes for girls, boys, and occasionally for moms, though the supply of clothes in the Mrs. Goodall section of the store is somewhat limited.
Everything on the site is handmade, and the wares include dresses, shirts, hats, and coats. There’s lots of color in the product line, and a huge emphasis on animals. That’s particularly true with the hats and the hoods, because animals hoods were the inspiration for the company in the first place.
The clothes are mostly made from cotton and felt, with occasional linen. Everything is made by hand, and they’re adding new products to the line all the time.
Prices are not exactly inexpensive, however. Hats are $50-$60, and dresses and coats run in the $100-$180 range. Boys’ shirts are about $85 or so.
These are indeed well made, attractive clothes and you’ll undoubtedly want to get your camera out just as soon as your son or daughter puts on anything from this site. I particularly liked the now-sold-out Dairy Made Dress, which features a prominent cow on the front…in a good way.
The Cat and Mouse dress features a prominent cat with a few mice for ornamentation.
No, these are not clothes for everyday wear, and frankly, it’s a bit hard to justify buying them, given the price. On the other hand, they’re just too cute, and I know I’m not the only mom who sometimes just can’t resist buying something based on cuteness alone.
If you like adorable, then Little Goodall is probably worth a peek.