Style Spotlight: Emile et Ida - Estella

Style Spotlight: Emile et Ida

April 10, 2014

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If you’ve been searching for inspiration for toddler boy outfits, look no further than Henry here, who’s rocking a graphic tank top from Emile et Ida and shorts from Bon Bon. Finding clothes for boys that are void of cliche designs and generic prints but still stylish and practical can be difficult – especially when he wants a say in what he wears.  So when we find options that are fashionable and sophisticated, durable enough for boys’ active days, and most importantly appeal to both you and him, we know we need to jump on it. Thanks Henry!

P.S. Head on over to our site to shop our summer clothes for boys.






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