Just In: Cabages & Kings Swimsuit

April 22, 2014

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Now available at Estella: the Cabbages & Kings Girls Ruffed Swimsuit!  The New York children’s brand is known for its colorful, fair trade winter knits, but has expanded its line this season to include swimwear. This playful suit features the brand’s signature print in a bold black and white, but the ruffled neckline keeps the look playful and kid-friendly. And, for the baby sizes, there are three snaps between the legs to make diaper changes a breeze. The best part though is that this one-piece offers UV50+ protection (the highest available – it blocks out 98% off all UVA & UVB rays) to keep your daughter protected from the sun during all those beach-time adventures. Head on over to our site to shop this suit and our other swimwear options for girls (boys here).






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