Just In: Nature Baby - Estella

Just In: Nature Baby

April 28, 2014

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Now available to pre-order on our site: Nature Baby‘s organic baby clothes! Established in 1998 in New Zealand, Nature Baby was born out of one family’s quest to find well-made and wholesome basics for baby; the mom and dad team are committed to designing and producing baby clothes made from organically grown and processed cotton, and the pieces are stunning. Featuring a one-piece, romper, baby leggings, hat, & socks that are all gentle on baby’s delicate skin, the line is not only elegant and beautifully crafted but is also good for the earth and its workers. These pieces also make wonderful baby gifts as they are practical, sophisticated, and comfortable for baby. Head on over to our site to view and shop our entire Nature Baby collection!






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