How To Carry Your New Baby in Style! - Estella

How To Carry Your New Baby in Style!

August 13, 2012

Lambini Papoose, $339 AUD, if you can find one!

If you’re anything like me, you want to have your new baby as close to you as possible for all (or most) of the day.  And, if you love fashion as much as I do, you will spend months before your impending birth obsessing about which baby carrier to choose.  Your choice will depend on many important factors: the climate your baby is born in, whether the carrier needs to be unisex, and how long you want the carrier to last.  For the purposes of this post, however, I ignore all of those practical concerns and instead focus on the frivolous issue of aesthetics.  Here is a round up of some of my favs, I hope they inspire you!  Happy carrying…

 

 

 

 

 

 






Also in News

US Open Inspires Kira Kids & Estella to Create the Perfect Baby Gift Set for Future Tennis Stars

September 15, 2017

Inspired by the U.S. Open, we are excited to announce a collaboration with Kira Kids, the luxury baby gift company that makes the softest, coziest baby apparel ever placed in a gift basket.   This charming baby gift set starts with an infant romper that cuddles babies in soft organic cotton, with snaps at the leg andContinue reading →

View full article →

New Year-Round Luxury Baby Blankets from Estella

May 04, 2017

We’re thrilled to bring back our popular Moon & Heart Baby Blankets in a soft luxurious 100% Peruvian cotton. These approximately 30 inch square blankets are large, plush and beautiful. Choose between the heart and moon images on a cream background. The moon and heart image is available in soft baby blue, pink and grey.Continue reading →

View full article →

Four Essential Newborn Baby Gift Ideas

March 30, 2017

Having a newborn baby in the house is one of the most rewarding, exciting, and terrifying experiences you will ever encounter, which is why preparation is very much essential in this day and age. Whether you choose to shop for your own baby, or for a friend who has perhaps just given birth, to ensureContinue reading →

View full article →