Designer baby clothes by Album Di Famiglia & Estella

September 04, 2008

After years of just buying Album di Famiglia’s beautiful designer baby clothes and children’s clothes for the store, Estella has collaborated with this Italian designer on an exclusive line for our customers.

Knowing what you want from us, we worked with Album di Famiglia to make you these striped baby onesie rompers, hooded kids sweatshirts and children’s pants. These pieces are made from Album di Famiglia’s trademark cashmere-like fabric. Soft as cashmere, this brushed cotton fabric melts in your hands, but unlike cashmere is machine washable and easy to care for.

This tried and tested brand is a true Estella classic. Parents love it year after year and it is a perfect baby gift, not just because it is beautiful and one of a kind, but because it is very wearable for babies and kids.






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