Lines We Love: Liberty London Prints

June 06, 2013

It seems like the iconic British brand Liberty London is everywhere these days, but the line’s floral prints are so perfect for girls that we just had to share. Aren’t these breezy dresses perfect for those hazy and humid days of summer when even the lightest of fabrics feel too heavy? They also work well for any formal events that may be on the calendar this summer. Shop the line’s in-house children’s collections here, or Bon Bon‘s adorable liberty print baby bloomers, dresses, tops, and sun hats at Estella.

1. Blue Betsy Print Suzanne Dress 2. Fuchsia Mitsi Print Ruby Dress and Knickers Set 3. Mirabelle Print Pleated Dress 4. Baby Angela Christina Print Bloomers 5. White Ros Print Dress and Knickers Set 6. Betsy Print Pleated Dress 7. Xanthe Sunbeam Print Shift Dress 8. Blue Chive Print Bloomers






Also in News

Nursery Décor: Soft Toys for Baby Rooms

August 22, 2016

Whether you are in desperate need of baby room ideas or still in the midst of prepping for your first one’s impending arrival, there’s no doubt that nursery decor is an important final step in preparing for baby. Think about all the time you and your little one will be spending in there over the next few years! Once you […]

View full article →

Beach Toys: Baby Toys for Summer Babies

August 09, 2016

Is it time to refresh your little one’s collection of organic baby toys for the final stretch of summer? Baby may not be old enough to go swimming or play around in the sand just yet, but our beach-themed infant toys will still let him or her participate in the summer fun. Choose from organic baby toys like […]

View full article →

Olympic Baby Gifts: Baby Toys for Future Olympians

August 01, 2016

With the Olympics all set to begin in Rio in just a few days, you might be thinking about how to get baby involved in all the fun. Estella to the rescue! As a baby and children’s lifestyle brand that designs and hand-makes baby rattle toys, lovey blankets, nursery décor, and more, we have lots of […]

View full article →