Just In: Boy + Girl Clothing Fall 2014

August 27, 2014

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We are excited to be offering Los Angeles’ Boy + Girl this fall! Designed in Venice Beach and manufactured in downtown LA, the boutique toddler clothing brand blends California’s laid back surf and skate culture with Europe’s sophisticated designs, creating unique pieces that allow kids to freely & comfortably live, play, & grow. Designed by Christine Chang, a native Californian, the line’s designer children’ s clothes emphasize sustainable production and practical comfort. This season features wearable girls’ dresses, cozy harem style sweatpants, & a unique aztec print that will pair well the line’s denim jeans or any basics already in your daughter’s closet. View and shop our entire Boy + Girl collection for fall 2014 at Estella!






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