Nantucket Kids Children's Clothing is Popping Up Everywhere

Fast growing kids' clothing brand now sold in locales from Nantucket to Dallas
Photo courtesy of Nantucket Kids clothing

COHASSET, MA - Massachusetts based childrens brand Nantucket Kids, well known for their timeless blend of classic New England preppy and traditional southern charm, just released their Spring/Summer Collection. While New England based, the line is popping up in fine children’s boutiques as far south as Dallas.

The classic children’s collection features sweet hand smocked dresses, jon jons, darling sunsuits and Pima cotton layette. In addition to timeless seersucker and gingham, the company introduced their own custom print fabrics including the “Nantucket Toile”, one of their most sought after designs for Spring.

And it just got a whole lot sweeter. “The response to our children’s collection has been overwhelming”, said designer Andrea Romito, “so we decided to take it a step further and introduce a limited collection of coordinating women’s pieces”.

The Spring/Summer collection will debut online in February and in fine children’s boutiques this month. For further information visit: https://www.nantucketkids.com. Follow the company on Facebook and Instagram to get the latest news.

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 be comfortable. Best of all, their designs are machine washable. Learn More: www.nantucketkids.com

Nantucket Kids is currently in a few stores locally, Carolann’s in Hingham, Cape Kids in Mashpee, Murrays Toggery Shop in Nantucket, and Nantucket Kids is opening a flagship storefront in Cohasset this Spring.


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