Stylist Jenn Falik’s Baby Alexa in Bamboo Romper

February 10, 2011

Estella Bamboo Layette romper and hat cute baby girl organic cotton


Welcome to the world, Alexa! Isn't she lovely?

Style and beauty expert and blogger Jenn Falik recently raved about our Estella Bamboo Layette One-Piece Suit, calling it “soft and subtly chic.” She even said:

“I kind of want to buy 20 onesies and cut them up and have them re-sewn together into a giant onesie that I can wear around the house on a daily basis. Although I think that would scare my husband.”

Here’s an adorable picture of her newborn daughter, Alexa, wearing the pink Estella Bamboo Romper and a pink Estella Bamboo Hat. Welcome to the world, Alexa! You’re just as stylish as your mommy.

Stay tuned for an entry on Jenn’s tales of her daughter’s birth (hint: it was quite unexpected…) and her thoughts on that ubiquitous color pink.

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