Lines We Love: Omamimini - Estella

Lines We Love: Omamimini

December 30, 2013

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New Los Angeles-based kids’ brand Omamimini was founded this past fall by designer Ola Omami when she was unable to find clothes for her toddler daughter that weren’t overly sweet and colorful. After teaming up with graphic designer Natasha Mileshina, Ola launched the line, which has since gained recognition for its clean designs, neutral colors, and sophisticated styles that are stylish, comfortable, and easy to wear. The collection’s everyday pieces are fun and quirky while the more formal items are cool and comfortable. Plus, it is all made right here in the USA! How great is the Faux Fur Drape Jacket? Or the “Sleep is Overrated” Sweatshirt? Check it all out here!






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