Just In: Imps & Elfs SS14 - Estella

Just In: Imps & Elfs SS14

February 25, 2014

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Our Imps & Elfs spring summer 2014 collection has arrived and is available to order (and will ship immediately)! Coming all the way from the Netherlands, the baby and children’s clothing brand is known for its high-quality and organic cotton basics that emphasize form and function. Instead of designing elaborate pieces full of frills and unnecessary details, the line’s pieces are designed to compliment our little ones’ growing bodies and personalities, not overrule them. The clothing is still fun and unique, featuring clever graphic tees, cute prints, and elegant colors. Plus, how great is this gift box, featuring four comfortable and ultra-practical one-pieces? Shop the entire collection here!






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