Duchess Kate is a fan of Spanish children's brands, particularly the
"Seeing the little members of the Royal family in some of our clothing is always a surprise and an
While most of us (you know, aside from Meghan Markle) will probably never be a member of the British royal family, Gonzalez can help us dress like one. Below, she shares the top 10 pieces she believes every child needs in their closet.
For Girls: A Classic Hand-Smocked Dress
"Every girl should wear a hand-smocked traditional dress once in her lifetime."
For Girls: A Liberty Print Frilled Collar Top
"Liberty is the
For Girls: A Knitted Cardigan
"A knitted cardigan is
For Girls: Mary Jane Shoes
"The classic shoe style is perfect to pair with a dress but also with jeans and a beautiful blouse."
For Girls: Oversized Hair Bows
"There is nothing more girly than a big hair accessory to complete a look. In Spain, no girl leaves home without a bow matching her outfit!"
For Boys: Knitted Sweaters with a Motif
"I love designing these sweaters and thinking about which animals might be a child's
For Boys: Shorts
"There is nothing more traditional that little boys wearing shorts. It’s a very English thing to dress a young boy in shorts until age six. Trousers are for older boys and men, whereas shorts on younger boys are one of the silent class markers that we have in England."
For Boys: A Top with Peter Pan Collar
"Peter Pan collars bring a sweetness to any baby outfit. They are such a traditional touch, and we feature the style in every collection."
For Boys: Knitted Dungarees
"Dungarees are so comfortable and
For Boys and Girls: Leather T-Bar Buckled Shoes
Leather T-bar shoes are another classic piece that belongs in every baby's wardrobe! Not only are they the traditional shape for baby shoes, but they also look sweet on both boys and girls.
We make our shoes in Spain using high-quality leather materials inside and outside, making sure they are the right shoe for your baby’s first steps.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.