This post is sponsored by Mayoral
The children’s clothing company Mayoral wants to make you smile, and based on my family’s recent shopping trip, I can tell you that you most certainly will!
The family-owned, Spanish brand has been making clothes for kids for more than 80 years. It all started with socks and tights, but the brand has since become an icon of Spanish fashion worldwide.
Mayoral has 180 store locations globally and is highly sought after in Europe. The brand makes garments for both boys and girls, ranging from newborn through 16 years old.
Their clothes are fun and functional, and absolutely perfect for travel! My girls love lounging in the hoodies, leggings, and track suits.
Add a sweater dress to the mix and you’ve got a cute on-the-go outfit. The adorable faux fur, padded vests are both cozy and fashionable.
Mayoral really is a one-stop-shop for kids’ clothes, even selling underwear, denim, accessories, and shoes. What more do you need?
The company prides itself on creating high quality clothes at the best possible price and delivering on time. It’s also highly committed to social and environmental responsibility.
Mayoral enforces a code of conduct to all of its manufacturers and workshops, ensuring fair labor conditions for workers and the protection of the environment.
Furthering this, Mayoral is a part of the Ethical Trading Initiative that works to help workers who are in poverty and vulnerable to unfair labor conditions.
Now that’s something to smile about!
About Carmen Sognonvi
Carmen Sognonvi is a luxury family travel content creator at Top Flight Family, named a top 10 family travel Instagram account by Time Out New York and Brit + Co. Her insights on travel have been featured in The Washington Post, INSIDER, Huffington Post, Wanderlust Travel Magazine, TravelPulse, HOTELS Magazine, and more. Carmen firmly believes that you can (and should) travel with your kids from a young age. She offers families practical solutions for travel, as well as tips on how to travel in luxury for less. She lives in New York City with her multiracial and multicultural family of four. Follow her on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
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