Where To Splurge On Your Baby


For new parents, second or third time parents, you probably want to splurge a little on your baby. Well, if Kim K and Kanye West could dress their baby in designer clothes, maybe you want a taste of that too for your little one. To help you out, here are some of our top picks of where to splurge on your little fashionista!

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Kids Emporium

At this store you are not only limited to clothing but you are provided a wide range of high quality, designer and durable maternity clothing, baby wear, children’s wear, essentials, décor, toys and gifts. So even if you’re not the expectant parents, you can score some great gift ideas for a baby shower you’re attending in Kids Emporium.

Guess Kids

Dress your baby in high fashion, simply because you can and “why not?” Be it for a baby shoot or just for everyday, you can get some awesome baby and children’s fashion from Guess Kids. Offering great options for both boys and girls, your little one will be the talk of the nursery with his or her stunning clothes. Have a look at their online store as well for some great sale items.

Koco Bino

With brands such as Korango, Lou Harvey, Phoebe and Floyd, Stokke of Norway, Polo and Pringle of Scotland – you can do all the baby splurging you’ll need at Koco Bino. Nominated as the “Best Independent Retail Store” in 2011 by Sandton City Mall Management, it’s definitely worth a visit and get firsthand experience on their boutique offers.

Naartjie Kids

This clothing brand was once only exclusive and available through Cape Town markets. Today, the store is a division of Truworths Limited, offering kids up to the age of 10 with designer clothes locally made. Naartjie Kids is also now available nationwide with 30 stores as well as an online store also based in South Africa. Go indulge this local brand for your baby.

Full Of Beans

Exclusive to moms, babies and kids Full Of Beans offers a range of clothing, gifting, décor and boutique buys sure to make anyone’s heart melt. With an online store available and free delivery for purchase over R500, you can really splurge on your baby without the guilt. If you prefer to shop in person, visit their store based in Benoni.

Baby Belle

From furniture, toys, essentials to clothing, shoes and accessories, Baby Belle is luxury for the little ones you must invest if you’re all about splurging. Their store in based in Cape Town but with their online store, they can and do deliver nationwide. This store also helps you design your baby’s nursery, so you can have all your needs sorted by one store.

Mamas & Papas

Mamas & Papas offers luxurious equipment and fine baby collections in South Africa. With outlets in major cities, you can purchase your baby’s fancy or necessary products and accessories either here in Johannesburg, Durban, Port Elizabeth or Nelsprit.

Earth Child

Each Child offers organic baby and children’s clothing available for purchase online or at one of their retail stores available nationwide. If you already practice a healthy and organic diet, why not expand it to your lifestyle and baby’s clothing too? Not only are the clothes available organic but they are also super stylish!

Baby Fantasy

Featuring fast toy cars for toddlers and fancy milk bottles for babies, Baby Fantasy is definitely a dream option to splurge all you want on your baby. Offering an array of brands and products, your little one will not only have the best of the best but you can also score some really unique buys. Other parents won’t even know where to start looking!

Posh Baby Boutique

For some imported exclusive buys for your little one, visit Posh Baby Boutique. If you want your baby to stand out from the rest and have that option available at some surprisingly affordable prices, this should be for first stop. A delivery fee is charged however, it’s all worth your baby looking posh and super. This is a nice gateway store to more budget-friendly options if the splurge gets too much.

By Cleopatra Shava

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