Style Spotlight: Grey

October 29, 2013


If you are tired of dressing your child in overly bright colors but think black + white is too harsh, grey is the perfect option! Gender-neutral, soft, and classic, the color looks just as lovely on sweatpants as it does cashmere. Here are some of our top picks for fall!

1. Album Di Famiglia Leo Baby Footie Romper 2. Estella Organic Bamboo Baby Mittens 3. Imps & Elfs Knit Cardigan 4. Imps & Elfs Sweatpants 5. Winter Water Factory Steam Engine Long Sleeve T-Shirt 6. Liberty of London Cashmere Baby Blanket 7. Album Di Famiglia Puffo Hat 8. NUNUNU Rib Star Dress 9. Liberty of London Cashmere Baby Booties 10. NUNUNU Dyed Skirt

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