Lines We Love: Oeuf Fall 2013

September 12, 2013

NYC-based Oeuf‘s fall collection is whimsical, easy to wear, and full of humor-just what we look for in children’s clothing. Not only are the line’s products full of style and charm, but they are all knitted by hand in 100% alpaca wool, a hypoallergenic and eco-friendly fabric that is also ultra cozy and warm. Highlights from this season’s collection include superhero rompers, animal-themed knits and accessories, and sweaters with cozy pockets for little hands. Oeuf has its own line of sustainable furniture for nurseries and kids’ rooms that is worth checking out as well. Head on over to Oeuf‘s site to shop the entire collection!






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