Lines We Love: Mainio ss14

April 29, 2014

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Mainio Clothing’s geometric prints and bold patterns are back this season in the line’s signature black-and-white, mustard yellow, and mint green colors! Founded in 2013, the Finnish brand creates 100% organic cotton basics for babies and kids that are practical enough for everyday wear but still fun, unique, and quirky. In addition to the trademark graphics the brand designs so well, the collection also features cool graphic tees (like this or this), breezy tunics, and unique rompers + one-pieces for baby. It’s all fresh and original yet still on-trend and appealing to kids – and the campaign pictures never disappoint! Check it all out here.






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