Estella Picks: Salt City Emporium

Estella Picks: Salt City Emporium

October 29, 2013

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We came across Salt City Emporium‘s crazy cool prints on Etsy the other day and wanted to share them with you. The line collaborates with artists from all over the world to create its unique designs that include 100% cotton leggings, wide-leg pants, dresses, and accessories. The quirky prints pair with just about any basics already in your child’s closet and are a fun twist on the usually simple wardrobe staples. As an added bonus, all of the line’s pieces are made right here in the USA. Head on over to the line’s website to view and shop the entire fall collection (some styles are available in adult sizes, too!).






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