Children’s Boutique Near Me: 20 Spots Atlanta Moms Will Love

When it comes to kids fashion in Atlanta, there is fashion and there is Southern fashion, where kids are often better dressed than their parents! But it isn’t all smocked dresses, Jon-Jons and big bows. There are unique children’s boutiques all over this amazing Georgia city, which offer mini-fashionistas and baby boys from all walks of life a chance to stand out and dress to impress.

Looking for a “children’s boutique near me?” We’ve got some you’re sure to love!

Children’s Boutique Near Me : 20 Spots Atlanta Moms Will Love
Photo courtesy Baby Braithwaite.

Where’s the Closest Children’s Boutique Near Me?

The Children’s Shop

You can’t talk about fancy without mentioning The Children’s Shop, in the Peachtree Battle Shopping Center. This shop has been around for almost 30 years, dressing Atlanta’s best in top of the line children’s wear.

They carry high-end classics, such as Kissy Kissy, Feltman Brothers and Auraluz, as well as more modern brands, along with Beaufort Bonnet Company and Little English. If you are looking for designer clothing for everyday outfits, or a special occasion frock, you can find it all here.

Baby Braithwaite

Baby Braithwaite is not only the go-to stop for baby clothing and gifts in Atlanta, but it is home to the softest lovies you will find anywhere. You’ll also find every essential item that new moms need in their lives once that baby comes home!

Seed Factory

If you are looking for more of a “lifestyle boutique,” then check out Seed Factory over in the hip Howell Mill area. The store stocks clothing for children from newborn to age 8, as well as books, simple wooden toys, and arts and crafts supplies for budding Monets, or just those who want to explore their inner creative voices.

Check out their dedicated nursery area for baby basics, including furniture and baby gifts.

King & Bear Children’s Boutique

King & Bear Children’s Boutique was opened with the idea of being the destination in Atlanta for traditional, Southern style clothing, and they do just that by carrying a big selection of well-known designers and brands.

They also support children-inspired foundations in the community, so you can feel good about them giving back while you shop.

Baby Bella Boutique

Baby Bella Boutique may be inside a mall, in Phipps Plaza, but it is certainly a one-of-a-kind shopping experience, stocking European brands that are hard to find in the US, from strollers to dresses to bedding. The store carries many exclusive brands from newborns to 14 years old, for boys and girls.


Another Atlanta boutique with a European flair is Mitylene, named for the owner’s grandmother. Every item is handpicked to ensure they stock the most desirable brands, from European collections to niche and favorite US brands, to hand knits straight from the Andes.

While this is a children’s boutique, they also carry women’s brands as well as home and decor items.

Feather Baby

Feather Baby was born out of a desire the owners had to ensure that they sell items made out of the best fabrics, from an ethical and all-natural point of view, and they have built a business selling hand picked curated Peruvian goods from independent, family-owned companies. These soft cottons will feel fabulous on your child, and you will feel good about supporting them.

Sweet Repeats

Another upscale child and maternity consignment store is Sweet Repeats, which has served Buckhead and the rest of Atlanta for over 35 years.

They accept and sell seasonal, high-end clothing for kids of all ages and offer affordable prices!

Beehive Atlanta

Not all stores are dedicated to just children’s items, and some of these have great sections full of uncommon baby and child products that are perfect to pick up for a baby shower, a birthday present, or a just because it’s so darn cute you need to buy it right away reason. We won’t judge.

Beehive Atlanta is home to handmade, modern, and local items for baby girls and boys. They also have a great online presence, so check out their website!

Sugarboo & Co.

Sugarboo & Co, known for being a ‘dealer in whimsy’, carries that theme into their kids sections, with unusual toys and, yes, whimsical signs begging to be hung in nurseries all over Atlanta.

Marguerites on Dresden

Marguerites on Dresden offers books and blankets, along with the softest stuffed animals and the sweetest baby clothes.

Swan Coach House

If you happen to be at the Swan Coach House enjoying the very Atlanta experience of eating their chicken salad and drinking sweet tea, venture through the gift shop on the way out to peruse their selection of bibs, books and blankets, along with clothes (newborn to 2) and toys, for kids from newborn to age 8.

Rhen’s Nest Toy Shop

If you are looking for a one-of-a-kind toy to impress even the pickiest of children, Rhen’s Nest Toy Shop could be the place to find it. Not only do they stock a collection of unique toys and games, they encourage children and families to come in, take a look around and stay, while playing, exploring and creating.

Blabla Kids

Blabla Kids is an Atlanta-based brand that is well known across the US. In the Atlanta area, their products are carried at The Seed Factory in Atlanta and at Treehouse Kid & Craft in Athens, GA.

What started off as knit dolls has expanded into pillows, blankest and rattles and they make the perfect gift for babies, toddler and even bigger kids!

Treehouse Kid & Craft

Treehouse Kid & Craft offers a space for kids to create and craft, as well as a shop with toys, activities and supplies that encourage creative play and learning, with locations in Atlanta and Athens.

Kazoo Toys

When a toy store is owned by a local family and they give out kazoos when you buy something, you know you have hit the jackpot. Kazoo Toys in Buckhead focuses on imagination, education and activity. They will help you find the best toy for whatever the occasion!

Sprong Children’s Shoes

Did someone say shoes? Look, even the smallest feet deserve some style!

Sprong Children’s Shoes has been dressing the feet of Atlanta’s children for 12 years, and offer a diverse selection of stylish, yet affordable, shoes, from dress shoes to athletic footwear, boots to flip flops, and even women’s sizes. They will ensure your child gets the best fit for their foot!

J. Wills

And even we know that sometimes heading outside to shop seems like a lot of work, and online shopping becomes your default, so if you must shop with your fingers instead of your legs then the locally owned J. Wills should be on your bookmark list! Started by a new mom in Atlanta searching for the perfect Southern attire, she highlights class brands along with up and coming designers.

Whether your heart desires smocked, embroidered and monogrammed styles, or you lend yourself to the less formal and more fun type of fashion, there is certainly a boutique somewhere in Atlanta that can ensure your child will make the best dressed list for years to come, all while shopping local!

Wee Bee Baby Boutique

Located just outside Atlanta in Chamblee, the Wee Bee Baby Boutique has it all. At this beautiful shop, you’ll find baby gear, clothing, essentials, books and toys, gifts and more.

You can shop their online store, or stop by their brick and mortar location on Chamblee Dunwoody Road Wednesday-Sunday.

Want to know the best part of ordering from here? They offer free gift wrapping and free delivery in the Atlanta area. How perfect is that?!

Atlanta Children’s Boutiques FAQ

What is the best type of children’s clothing to resell?

If you’re looking to buy clothing that you can resell later, name brands are the way to go. In the reselling market, name brand clothing tends to sell better. Brands like Baby Gap and Janie and Jack are popular.

What is the most expensive kids brand?

The most expensive kids clothing is sold by some of the biggest fashion houses in the world. Some of the most expensive are Burberry, Dolce u0026amp; Gabanna, Chanel, and Gucci.

What is a popular Southern-style children’s clothing brand?

The Beaufort Bonnet Company is a popular children’s clothing brand known for its Southern-style outfits and items.


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Children’s Boutique Near Me: 20 Spots Atlanta Moms Will Love