Long Beach, CA (PressExposure) December 04, 2009 -- If fashion mimics our culture, what does the dawn of a new decade bring for our newest generation? With over 8 years experience in running a successful on-line baby boutique in trendsetting Los Angeles, proprietor Dawn Torress of http://www.RecurrentDreams.com sought out to answer this question. âParents have a new sense of social awareness, and are optimistic for what the future holds for our childrenâ, states D. Torress. âThey continue to want the best for their babies, but whatâs changing is what they consider âbestâ.
The new âbestâ is unique baby clothes that are free-trade, sweat shop free, preferably made in the USA, Canada, Great Britain, Europe or Australia. And âbestâ is even better, if itâs eco-friendly, made from sustainable fabrics, organics and bamboo. âThese next genesis fabrics are full of color and are luxuriously soft for babyâs delicate skin. Long gone are the drab scratchy organic wools of yesteryearâ says Torress.
Styles are preciously classic yet relaxed as we emerge from recession Warm pinks and sky blues are modern again with argyle and kimono side ties. Colorful whimsy prints are seen on traditional baby rompers. Think orange owls, rich chocolate trims, turquoise guitars and animal prints! Little girl dresses take their inspiration from the storybooks of renaissance princesses and a midsummerâs night dream. âCelebrity favorites are California designers Luna Luna Copenhagen, Mad Sky Kids and Toni Tierney Designs. They are constantly mixing things up season to seasonâ, states D. Torress. âMiraculously, they have managed to keep their prices at bay, while maintaining high quality and excellent work conditions for their sewers.â
Will the twenty tens be as fashion iconic as were the 60âs and 70âs? Then again, when all is said and done, every generation laughs at the old fashions and follows the new; and babies base most of their fashion taste on what doesnât itch!