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Zutano's new long sleeve trapeze dress seen here in their Edelweiss print is a comfortable and stylish option for all day wear or for special occasions.
Extra soft and cozy for a special winter occasion, the Cozie Dress is made from soft fleece in bright, solid colors.
An extra adorable option for holiday parties, this darling dress features a long sleeve top with Henley styling: two buttons and contrasting trim.
The long sleeve button dress for baby and toddler is a pretty, comfortable style.
Lovely and adorable for little newborns, the Little Dress has a stripe top with a back placket that has three adorable buttons to make dressing easy.
This adorable short sleeve dress for your little girl is just as stylish as it is practical.
Zutano's new short sleeve surplice dress is a must have for the warmer months! It features a contrasting wrap style pattern and trim on the front for added style and comfort.
This sunny day dress was made for your little girl's summer wardrobe!
Yumi is a Japanese girl's name that means "beauty," which rightfully describes this artfully embroidered dress.
Maiko is a Japanese girl's name that means "dancing child." Whether she's dancing, daydreaming or discovering new things, this romper will keep her looking cute and feeling comfy.
Riko is the Japanese word for "jasmine." This vibrant floral print was designed in the style of Yuzen dying, a traditional stenciling technique.
Aka is the Japanese word for "red." This rosy dress will be one of her favorite fall frocks.
Yuri is the Japanese word for "lily." A lovely lily print adorns this fun and flowy dress.
This adorable little pocket dress is a simple yet playful style for your newborn. It's a great wardrobe option all year-round, and is perfect for both formal and informal events.
Taiyo means "sun" in Japanese. This fashionable floral print is inspired by traditional yuzen stencil resist fabric dying techniques.
Amai means "sweet" in Japanese. This pretty print is inspired by a vintage kimono the designers purchased from a flea market in Kyoto.