Just in: Imps & Elfs Fall 2014 - Estella

Just in: Imps & Elfs Fall 2014

Baby Clothes Imps & Elfs Fall 2014

 

Our Imps & Elfs fall 2014 collection has arrived and is available to order! Hailing all the way from the Netherlands, the baby and toddler designer clothing brand is loved for its high-quality and organic cotton clothes that emphasize fit and function. The line forgoes fancy frills and overly-complicated details for simpler pieces that work well with baby & toddlers’ growing bodies and personalities, resulting in collections that are equal parts adorable, practical, and eco-friendly. According to one of the line’s founders, “the design of the clothes should complement the child rather than overrule him. That is why it suits almost every child.”

The Imps & Elfs AW 14/15 collection features durable, warm, and versatile pieces you’ll be reaching for all season long: baby one-piece rompers and hats in an adorably clever ace of cards or hearts print, cozy sweatpants and hoodie sweatshirts, and even baby’s first pair of denim jeans! There are also loads of fun graphic t-shirts and practical baby clothes that make great baby gifts for any newborns in your life! Head on over to our website to check out the entire Imps & Elfs fall/winter 2014/2015 collection.





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