Lines we Love: Beau Loves, Part 2 - Estella

Lines we Love: Beau Loves, Part 2

October 15, 2014

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A few more images from the Beau LOves‘ AW14 collection! Founded in 2010 by Faye Wilde after she had her son Beau, the line is full of comfortable, 100% cotton designer baby & toddler clothes for boys and girls that are modern, bold, and practical. For fall 2014, the collection includes t-shirts, sweatshirts, & harem pants in elegant grey, green, and blue colors with bows and arrows, crosses, and mask prints. Most styles are gender neutral and designed to be mixed and matched. Sophisticated, stylish, and highly-wearable, Beau LOves is a practical and comfy brand to check out this season. Plus, how beautiful are these pictures?

P.S. See part 1 here.






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