Mini & Maximus: Bring Back the Cool

February 05, 2014

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Southern California-based children’s clothing line Mini & Maximus‘s newest collection, Bring Back the Cool, is here! Known for its super-stylish and relaxed pieces, the line celebrates the joyful and humorous nature of kids through each of its collections, and this one is no exception. Full of bright colors, bold prints, and clever graphics, this capsule collection features the brand’s “coolest,” most-loved graphic tees, all of which are perfect for everyday wear and tear. Also, as an added bonus, the entire line is eco-friendly through its use of organic cotton, water-soluble inks, and recycled paper for its posters. Shop the new collection here.






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