Just In: Aden and Anais

May 28, 2014

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Just in at Estella: Aden and Anais! The beloved brand has merged the legacy of muslin with modern design to create a line of baby blankets, swaddles, & baby accessories that are practical and versatile without compromising on style or beauty. Not only is the fabric super soft and machine washable, but it helps naturally regulate baby’s body temperature to prevent overheating. The products are all super versatile, too; the Aden and Anais Swaddle can also double as a stroller or nursing cover, playtime blanket, or makeshift crib sheet, while the bibs can also be used as a burp cloth.  Modern, practical, and wonderful baby gifts for new parents, these muslin swaddles and accessories are a must-have for babies everywhere. Head on over to the Estella website to check out our entire collection!






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