Kids’ Clothes by Tori Spelling



I stopped by another trade show recently, ENK Children’s, and was very excited to stumble onto this booth for Tori Spelling’s upcoming “Little Maven” kids’ clothing line (no website yet). Regular readers of this blog know I am a fan of Tori’s decorating style, and I think she dresses her kids Liam and Stella very well, too. Her reps told me she is “heavily involved” in the design of the clothing you see above (how cute are those suspenders??). I think the results are great, and I can’t wait to see them in stores. Will keep you posted when they’re available!

p.s. Also keep an eye out next month for Tori’s 2nd book, “Mommywood”.I’ll post a review here.

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7 Responses to Kids’ Clothes by Tori Spelling

  1. Naomi says:

    Love your new look! It feels more like “you” if that makes sense…

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