In the Lap of Luxury

August 23, 2010

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Mama, poppa, we know your secret. You may dress your kiddies in the best duds and say it’s because you want them to feel good about themselves in the big bad world. But we know what’s really up. That fact is, your child’s wardrobe reflects on YOU. And are you the type to go for cheap fabrics in trendy cuts? Goodness, no.

So the Back Zipper Hooded Sweater from Bon Bon is right up your alley. The cashmere blend, classic cut, and understated color doesn’t just look luxurious – it is. And while keeping baby warm and snuggly on a cool autumn day is paramount, it’s definitely a big bonus that you get to hold something soft and beautiful in your lap – far nicer and infinitely more valuable than any “it” bag.






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