Lines We Love: Go Gently Baby

December 12, 2013

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Go Gently Baby is way more than just another children’s clothing brand. Designer Kristin Coia, who founded the Southern California-based line in 2007, creates clothing that is sweet, simple, and slightly edgy, but by also teaching its wearers “to love others, be kind to the earth and Go Gently on their journey through life,” its purpose certainly expands well beyond making high-quality clothes. The line’s pieces encourage children to consider their surroundings, make a difference in their community, and work together to pursue their dreams. Additionally, Go Genty Baby designs and manufactures all of its clothes right in Los Angeles and uses certified organic fabrics, water-based inks, and sustainable materials to create its clothes. Comfortable and stylish clothes that also send a positive message – sounds good to us! Shop here!






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