The Right Stripes - Estella

The Right Stripes

May 04, 2009

Whether channeling 60′s French New Wave a la Jean Seaberg or going for a nautical-inspired look, stripes are a great way to mix up your little ones’ wardrobe.  

  1. Navy Striped Cotton Baby Romper by Claesens - Dress your little jailbird in this comfy cotton romper. Shoulders and crotch snap-up for easy wearing and diaper changes.
  2. Striped Girls Jumper Dress by Dagmar Daley – This gorgeous cotton dress is perfect for lazing about on hot summer days. 
  3. Striped Car Kids Tee by Max and Lola – This skinny-striped cotton tee with vintage car print goes great with a pair of dark denim jeans.
  4. Medium Bunglie Zebra by Jellycat – This adorable fellow loves showing off his stripes, too! Soft, surface washable exterior.





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