Printed Baby Rompers

September 19, 2011

After much ado, we proudly present the newest addition to the Estella collection, our graphic collection.

With a name like Estella, we had to have a star print baby bodysuit. We are happy to have created a star baby romper that is playful yet sophisticated.  We are equally excited about our circus, wooly mammoth, glasses and mustache baby rompers.

These unique prints are meant to bring a smile to your face whenever you dress your child. And last, but not the least, the bicycle printed one-piece is simple, clean and modern looking, even though the bike is antique.  We hope you enjoy them.

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