New Arrivals; Album di Famiglia Spring/Summer 09

March 30, 2009

There’s a reason this Italian baby and children’s clothing designer has developed a cult-like following. Album di Famiglia’s Spring/Summer 2009 collection is filled with thin jersey rompers, linen separates, and light cotton essentials all in the brand’s signature chic pallette. Favorites, like the Dada cinch bottom dress, have been updated with large pop art-y polka dots. We love this adorable romper onesie with a snap up v-neck as a summer must-have. The light-weight jersey makes sticky-hot days bearable, especially because your baby will be looking super adorable! See the entire Album di Famiglia line here.

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