TOT Runway: Polkadot What Leggings for Girls & Celeb Kids

Polkadot What Leggings for Girls & Celeb Kids

I'd like to introduce you to the New York based leggings line for children - Polkadot What. The interactive website allows young girls (ages 2-10) and their parents to design their own pair of leggings online, empowering girls to build their self-esteem and express themselves through fashion. Plus, it's fun! One leg can have purple stripes and the other leg can have green stripes, etc. I enjoyed using their tool to design leggings with hearts and stars. The capri and stripes styles range from $30-$32.

Here is my girlfriend's three-year-old daughter Janiya looking proud in a striped pair of full-length leggings that she designed. Her mom meanwhile says that they can never have enough tights for her. She also says, "We love the quality of the leggings that are a mix of cotton and spandex making them very comfortable to move around in especially since Janiya does not like wearing jeans."

Janiya is in good company considering these celebrity kids have been seen sporting Polkadot What leggings too:
Halle Berry's daughter, Nahla
Heidi Klum's daughter, Lou

Polkadot What also gives back with ten percent of its profits going to The Lunchbox Fund - a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a daily meal to orphaned and impoverished school children in townships and rural areas of South Africa. For ever pair of leggings created and sold, 5 meals are provided to children in need in South Africa.

TOT Runway readers can now save 20% on Polkadot What leggings in any style with the following online coupon code:


 - Code is valid until May 5, 2013

- FREE U.S. shipping for purchase of 2 pairs or more + FREE Polkadot What mini bag



  1. Hi Tara,
    we stumbled upon your blog and love it!!!
    Your babies are beautiful! Congratulations. You look like a great MOM and a great fashionista.
    Thank you for sharing.

  2. Janiya looks adorable in her leggings. I realize that the coupon code is up now but maybe you'll be given a fresh one soon. Either way, it's good to buy a pair of them if it means that a child will be more comfortable.

    I also like the fact that a portion of the sales goes to a worthy cause. I don't know how comfortable they would be for a child who is not too fond of having anything too close to their skin. However, they are a good idea for active girls.

  3. polka dot is such a cute design for kids and for adults

  4. Sounds like a great company. Their leggings look so cute.