Lines We Love: Beau Loves - Estella

Lines We Love: Beau Loves

December 23, 2013

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British kids’ fashion brand Beau LOves is full of comfortable and playful pieces that are stylish and cool yet still quirky and adventurous. The line, which was founded in 2010 by Faye Wilde after her son Beau was born, features a relatively monochromatic color palette (with the occasional punch of mustard yellow in this season’s collection), loads of graphic prints, creative shapes, and ultra-comfy styles. The brand also has an awesome collection of black and white bedding that you can check out here. As an added bonus, the entire line is designed, printed, and manufactured in London to support local businesses and reduce its environmental impact. View the entire collection here!






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