Dedo Kids pairs vibrant colors with fun graphics and prints, offering stylish girls apparel in sizes 2T to 10. “Our goal is to design energetic, high-quality clothing for girls who dress confidently to show their individual style, says Asma Iqbal, founder.
Previous seasons have taken the Northern Lights and music festivals as their themes. Everyday basics—skirts, tanks, tees, leggings, sweatpants, and sweatshirts—feature lurex lace, polka dot fur, and crackled foil, as well as princess crowns and glass slippers. The mix-and-match pieces can be used to dress up or dress down.
Dedo—phonetically pronounced dhay-dho, meaning “to give” in the Urdu and Hindi languages—takes that part of its mission seriously. “We aspire to connect each sale with the act of giving, donating a portion of our clothes to children’s non-profit organizations. The brand currently donates clothing to non-profit Room to Grow in New York City and 4Humanity in Washington, D.C.
For information call 240-484-8110 or visit www.dedokids.com.