A wonderland of plaid. Featuring a classic hunter green plaid print and the sweetest embroidered collar you ever did see, this Embroidered Collar Woven Dress is a winter dream come true.
This item may run small, we recommend you size up.
60% cotton, 40% viscose
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Tartine et Chocolate is a storied French heritage brand that’s been around since 1977. Known for its never-goes-out-of-style separates, basics, and accessories, the world of Tartine et Chocolat is sophisticated, free, and totally dreamy, with a sense of quality that’s meant to be passed down again and again.
There are few things more bittersweet than back-to-school season. With the end of summer comes the end of beach days, ice cream cones, and breezy adventures, but also the excitement of a fresh new year, and, of course, fresh new back-to-school supplies. Here are our picks!DanrieRead More
We were lucky enough to chat with Hannah Shatzen, author of one of our absolute favorite books, Bodega Baby, and self-proclaimed “professional aunt,” about her origins as a writer, her top NYC spots, and her foolproof children’s gifts ideasDanrieRead More
We chatted with Fixoni’s Design Manager Anne Niebuhr about the brand’s approach to design, its storied history, and its shift towards sustainability.DanrieRead More
If you, like many of us at the Danrie office, have spent hours upon hours furiously scanning Google for a magic trick to help your little one sleep through the night, then you’ve likely come across the work of Ann Marks, single mom of 3 and founder of the Full Feedings MethodDanrieRead More
Bespoke education can be an incredibly effective method of learning for children ages 2 and up. Education by SR, founded by NYC native Stephanie Rosenfeld, offers bespoke education tailored to the unique needs and learning styles of each individual student. We sat down with Stephanie for to learn more about why bespoke education is so effective, why it’s worth the investment, and how to prevent the dreaded “summer slide.”DanrieRead More
We first traveled to Iceland with our son when he was a toddler and had plans to return in 2020, but COVID hit and, just like that, travel was off the table for us for a couple of years. So when we finally got to visit in August last year, we made the most of our time in Reykjavík so we could put together the ultimate family guide to a place near the top of everyone’s list for Danrie’s Diary. We made the capital our home base and focused on Reykjavík and Southwest Iceland, doing just one overnight outside of our apartment swap in Reykjavík.DanrieRead More
Miki Miette was founded in 2011 by Sawako Yamauchi, a Los Angeles-based fashion designer. After 12 years in womenswear and menswear, the arrival of Sawako’s son inspired her to create a “beautiful little brand” that could grow and evolve with him. We chatted with Sawako about her family's favorite spots in LA, intentional diversity, AAPI Heritage Month, and how her heritage and family inspire Miki Miette.DanrieRead More
Anicia Ngozi of Kid’s Table is sharing her go-to recipes for picky eaters. The first is a pasta sauce filled with "hidden" veggies. The second is a batch of banana muffins designed to be easy enough to involve your little one in the baking process—the more involved they are in the kitchen, the more likely they are to try new things!DanrieRead More
My husband, 8 year old son, and I took our first domestic trip to Santa Fe, NM for Spring Break this year. While I wasn't sure how much my beach-loving self would feel in the thin mountain air (Santa Fe is the US's third highest elevation capital city), as I started to research kid-friendly activities, I got really excited about the possibilities. Everything we did exceeded my expectations; needless to say, we were all fully enchanted by the Land of Enchantment.DanrieRead More
It’s no secret that we love a classic. Luke’s Toy Factory designs toys with an old school wooden style, but for the 21st century. With organic, US-sourced materials like maple sawdust, walnut shells, and flax fibers, combined with safe, certified clean plastic pellets to make their toys durable and washable, these are some of our favorite modern heirloom pieces.DanrieRead More
Rain, sleet, or snow—no matter what’s keeping you indoors in NYC, sitting home or in a hotel room with kids can get really old, really fast. From museums to candy kitchens, movies to feasts, these are some of my family’s favorite ways to have a full day out and about indoors in NYC.DanrieRead More
KinderFarms was started by two parents—actress Jessica Biel and natural products entrepreneur Jeremy Adams—who had a “farm meets pharma” idea. They launched in 2021 with an electrolyte beverage and have been growing the product line ever since. KinderMed launched in 2022 during a period of children’s medication shortages.DanrieRead More
Danrie’s founder is headed to Barcelona with her family this month and we were lucky enough to get the insider scoop from Diana Badosa of Barcelona-based children's line PLAY ACTIVE on her favorite family-friendly spots, what not to miss, and, most importantly, where to PLAY in the beautiful city she and her family call home.DanrieRead More
It's a lot of fun to have littles around all the time, and to get to know their growing personalities… but it can be really challenging to figure out what gifts they (or their grown ups) would love. As the designated "cool aunt" of the group, I put together a few ideas and tips that I’ve learned over the years, which will hopefully help spark inspiration in your gift-giving journey.DanrieRead More
Whether you’re traveling by plane, train, or automobile, the goal is toys and activities that are packed with big fun, small enough to fit in a backpack, and quiet enough not to disturb the next row. So we’ve rounded up some of our favorite travel-friendly picks for keeping the little ones’ hands and minds busy and content, even through intercontinental travel.DanrieRead More
We got to speak with Anicia Ngozi, founder of Kid's Table, about picky eaters, the magical power of sauces and dips, and why kids "hate" veggies. Kid's Table has a chef-designed “hero” menu of 10 globally-inspired flavor- and nutrient-packed dishes. Kid’s Table offers a meal-delivery service, catering, birthday parties, and cooking classes.DanrieRead More
Here at Danrie, we love hunting for the best of the best. You can say it’s kind of our thing. The good news is that we love sharing as much as we love the journey. One great recent find we (and our #DanrieKids) can’t seem to stop talking about is the (totally vegan, totally delicious, totally unique) donuts at Cloudy Donut Co.DanrieRead More
Banwood scooters, balance bikes, bicycles, helmets, and accessories just launched on ShopDanrie.com! If you’re ready to roll, but unsure of where one even starts when it comes to teaching a child to ride a bike, you’re in luck: The experts at Banwood are here to spill their secrets for first time bicyclists and the grownups who love them.DanrieRead More
While we encourage digging as deep as you can, we've compiled five easy and meaningful ways you can honor Black History Month with kids, along with some of our favorite links and resources for each.DanrieRead More
Collégien was founded in Briatexte, a small village in the southwest of France, in 1947. Six decades later, the same village saw the relaunch of the brand thanks to the backbone of its company: a dedicated family. Collégien, then and now, prides itself on their collection of socks, slippers, and tights.DanrieRead More
Three of our team members are expecting... And soon! Is there something in the water here at the Danrie offices? Or is it simply a great place to work if you're a parent (or soon-to-be parent)? I checked in with our founder and CEO, as well as our pregnant teammates, to see how they're preparing and what they can share about this unique and exciting time.DanrieRead More
Looking for something to keep your kiddos busy over break? We love this (relatively) quick and easy (and for sure heartwarming) keepsake ornament DIY.DanrieRead More