Lines We Love: Mini & Maximus - Estella

Lines We Love: Mini & Maximus

July 29, 2013

If your kid wants to be wearing the coolest clothes at the playground, you’re going to want to check out the Southern California-based line Mini & Maximus. The brand celebrates the imaginative, curious, and often humorous nature of kids in its eco-friendly designs that include graphic tees, neat hoodies, and funky bottoms. Even cooler is that the line collaborates with a well known or up-and-coming artist each season whose aesthetic aligns with the company’s, giving us unique and one-of-a-kind creations. And because Mini & Maximus uses earth-friendly fabrics in all their products, you can feel good about your child wearing the line’s clothes, too. Check out the entire collection here, and let us know what you think. We see a lot of great back-to-school options!






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