Estella Baby Boutique on Ugly Betty

March 06, 2009

We’d like to thank all of the participants in our Ugly Betty contest and to those who tuned in for the episode, “Sugar Daddy”, that aired last night, which featured Estella as Wilhelmina’s go-to baby store. Following her orders, Amanda and Marc head off to Estella to pick up organic baby onesies and cashmere diapers when they bump into dad Jodie, who says Estella is “the best baby store ever” to which Marc replies, “it’s like my favorite place in all of New York City.” Stay tuned to find out the winner, which will be announced here on Monday, March 9th, when we will also unveil our next contest.  Be sure to add Estella’s Baby Clothes Blog to your RSS feedreader to be included in all of our future contests and giveaways!






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