The Little Style File wants to give some love to our wonderful sponsors! We had a FANTASTIC holiday season and we couldn't have done it without our wonderful sponsors. TLSF Holiday Gift Guide & 25 Days of Giveaways were both a wonderful success and we owe it all to them. Not only fantastic companies, our sponsors are wonderful people - mompreneurs and small business owners we are happy to (re)introduce you to.  To keep the focus small, we are going to post our sponsor love in two parts.  If you haven't yet checked their sites out or liked them on facebook, you defintely should. You won't want to miss out on sales and promotions throughout the year!


CoolkidsNYC carries the coolest of the cool for your little ones. If you want to know what is hot in kids fashion, visit CoolkidsNYC! They also have crazy cool sales throughout the year.

Vintage Child Modern

Vintage Child Modern and Petal Petal Designs have absolutely amazing girly yet fun clothing. Each of their pieces can be worn in such a fun and unique way for years to come!


Popochos USA

Not only does Popochos create fun and functional watches for all ages, they also have a huge heart.  Popochos USA is passionate about raising awareness for the causes close to their heart and we love them for it!  Popochos creates watches and face plates for boys and girls - the perfect gift for a friend!



Junebug says "Spring is our thing," but we think they rocked the holidays as well.  Another company with a huge heart, Junebug has a one for one program and works with Pentru Tine, a children’s center in a small village of 4,000 people in Iargara, Moldova.  Not just for girls, Junebug has great pieces for the boys in your life as well.

Me Giant

Any company whose core beliefs are, "Life is too short, laughter is the best medicine, kids make life better (not easier, but better), being giant on the inside is more important than being giant on the outside," is a company we can stand tall with.  Me Giant creates whimsical baby and kid clothing and accessories that come packaged in a lunch box to be the perfect gift.


Stay tuned for Part 2 tomorrow, or just click away on the right hand sidebar to read ahead for extra credit.