Lines We Love: Kujukuju

June 11, 2014

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For simple yet unique toddler clothing that is comfortable and practical enough for the everyday, look no further than up-and-comer Kujukuju. The Polish brand subscribes to the “less is more” principle, manufacturing everything by hand & designing easy-to-wear basics in soft, often-monochromatic colors. Unique details and innovative silhouettes keep everything fresh though – think harem pants, subtlety placed prints, and over-sized buttons. The mountain, cloud, and geometric cushions would make a fun addition to any nursery decor or kids room as well. Check out the line’s Facebook page for more relaxed & stylish fashions!

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