When it comes to Spanish fashion Zara is probably the first name that comes to mind but Spain has always be a very important textile producer country and there are many other successful brands
There are many Spanish children brands that are doing really well worldwide but for some reason they are not so well known in the UK, not sure why but I guess price might be an important factor
I will be introducing you here to some of my favourites
Zara is one of the biggest retailers in the world with over 5,000 stores in 85 countries, they are part of the Inditex group and as mentioned above they are probably the best known brand of all the ones I am listing here.
Zara’s strategy involves stocking very little and updating collections quite often, and unlike other brands that only update once a season, Zara restocks with new designs twice a week.
They offer on trend collections at an affordable price
Their ranges go from newborn to 14 years. I personally love their Mini collection 0 – 9 months
TucTuc was founded in 1994 and they have 59 shops worldwide. They do not seem to have any presence in the UK or sell through any retailers here. They were pioneers in online shopping, launching their online shop in 2009 when not many other Spanish brands were doing it.
Originality, colour of their designs and their excellent quality are their main selling points.
Tuc Tuc also have a nursery and accessories range which is quite popular in Spain.
My youngest son used to get lot’s of compliments on a a lovely Tuc Tuc jacket he had when he was a baby, it was gorgeous and very colourful
Probably one of the few Spanish brands known in the UK. They don’t have shops here but they are stocked by a some online retailers.
Mayoral was founded in 1941 so it has a long history in Spain, I remember wearing their clothes as a little girl. Their clothes are absolutely beautiful and are of great quality.
Look at the pictures below, aren’t they gorgeous?
Nanos is the most expensive of the 4 brands mentioned here.
They are the only Spanish children’s brand stocked in Harrods and they have a stand alone shop in Notting Hill. They dress royalty and celebrities and their clothes are very smart, they also have a “special occasions” range with outfits suitable for weddings, first communions, etc.
What do you think of these brands? Do you know any of them? Which one do you like? Do you like Spanish children clothes?