Victoria Christmas at Estella featured in Daily Candy!

Victoria Christmas at Estella featured in Daily Candy!

March 17, 2009

Daily Candy, one of our favorite web-based insider shopping guides, has featured one of Estella’s newest additions to our growing collection of eco-friendly organic baby clothing lines. Victoria Christmas‘ design philosophy is to create baby clothing that is designed and produced in a responsible manner while maintaining comfort for the little wearer’s sensitive skin and keeping a chic and simple aesthetic. The French line sources its fabrics from Japan, where the cotton is grown organically, meaning it is free of chemicals, pesticides, GMO’s, harmful dyes or chlorine bleach. The organic baby line is perfect for newborns and infants with sensitive skin – they also make thoughtful newborn baby gifts!

View Victoria Christmas here.

 






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