Lines We Love: Gray Label - Estella

Lines We Love: Gray Label

February 03, 2014

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Here are a few pretty basics from the Amsterdam-based line, Gray Label. Designed by Emily Gray for babies and children 0-6 years old, the collection is full of “organic apparel for the little minimalist.” The soft organic cotton and relaxed styles ensure a comfortable fit while the unique details, like raglan sleeves, oversized buttons, and peter pan collars, prevent the collection from becoming too simple. Plus, the line’s versatility is unbeatable; not only can each piece be worn year-round, but the elegant colors and simple designs mean they can all be layered, mixed, and matched with just about anything that’s already in your little one’s closet. View the entire collection here (the line ships internationally!).






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