Local "Mompreneur" Launches Nantucket Kids Fine Clothing

Encapsulating New England’s History with a Southern Flair
Courtesy of Nantucket Kids

Nantucket Kids, a new woman-owned, online retail business based on the South Shore, has just launched a summer capsule collection. This classic collection perfectly captures the innocence of childhood paired with our treasured New England tradition.

Classic, southern-inspired pieces meet historical New England elegance are designed by Founder & “Mompreneur” Andrea Romito.

Romito stated, “ There's a reason why classic children’s wear never goes out of style. From our Jon-Jons to our Bubbles and Bonnets, we’re bringing back the timeless look of past generations with a modern twist for today’s children.”

Romito recalls her childhood growing up in smocked dresses and bonnets. Her childhood memories and personal taste in style for her children, have influenced her designs. 

Legend has it, The Jon-Jon, appropriately named so after Massachusetts own JFK, Jr. was frequently spotted in this style of romper while running through the White House halls and Hyannis Port lawns. The characteristic colors and preppy seersucker and plaid fabrics prompt
memories of old-fashioned fun and an unmatched regal charm in Romito’s children’s line. 

This limited edition summer collection is now available for purchase online via the website, Fall 2017 coming soon.

Nantucket Kids is a line of fine children’s clothing founded by Andrea Romito. Each piece is expertly crafted using only the finest fabrics, hand smocking and embroidery so your children can look their best and stay comfortable. Best of all, their designs are machine washable.
To visit and shop the collection visit: https://www.nantucketkids.com 


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