Just In: Imps & Elfs Fall 2013

October 07, 2013

Hailing all the way from the Netherlands, Imps & Elfs is known for its ultra-soft and comfortable clothing that suits children’s personalities as well as their growing bodies. Foregoing frills and fancy fabrics, the line instead focuses on creating modest yet stylish pieces in eco-friendly organic cotton that complement our kids instead of overruling them. This season is no different; featuring cozy basics, graphic tees, and ultra-warm baby snowsuits, these are the items you’ll be reaching for all winter long. See our entire collection here!

P.S. Check out this interview we did a few seasons back with one of Imps & Elfs’ founders and head designers on the Dutch brand’s philosophy and design process.






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