Lines We Love: Just Bo

January 07, 2014

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Simplicity has never looked as beautiful as it does in Just Bo‘s collection of minimalistic essentials. Made in Holland by designer Geraldine Kol (who is also the founder of online boutique Born2Bseen), the line of baby and children’s clothing seamlessly bridges practicality and style to create a collection of unisex basics that are timeless yet stylish, cool yet wearable. Each piece is made from butter soft fabrics and, because they are all made in neutral colors, super versatile. Many of the items also have a bit of an edge to them as well – baggy harem pants, sweatshirts with raw hems, and slouchy beanies - to keep them for becoming too basic. Shop the line’s current collection (and get a sneak peek of what’s to come for Spring) here.






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