European Baby Clothes & European Children’s Clothes?

September 03, 2008

Today’s fashions are as diverse as the people that embrace them, wear them and share them. But to a certain extent, many of the baby clothing and children clothing found in the USA follows one or two specific trends. After a while, it can be tiresome to see the same cuts, styles, colors, patterns and materials over and over. As a mother myself, I often strive to find less popular clothing styles, and stores that aren’t mainstream, in the hopes of being exposed to new designs, colors and styles that I haven’t encountered before. I enjoy dressing my children in high quality clothing that stands out from the crowd, and is unique while still be stylish, tasteful and acceptable.

One idea for thinking out of the box with baby clothing and children’s clothing is to look towards European clothing. European children’s clothes and European baby clothes. Estella-NYC is one option for finding these beautiful, inspiring baby and children clothes. They carry extensive lines of European children’s clothes and European baby clothes. In fact, the clothes that they carry are so inspiring that clothing designers, including Isaac Mizrahi (you may recognize his name as one of the designers for the exclusive line of clothing at Target, often browse their store just to find their own inspiration.

Estella has been in operation for six years, and is located in the Greenwich Village area of Manhattan, New York City. A husband and wife team (Chike Chukwulozie and Jean Polsky) run the company, and their fresh ideas for unique clothing has been a big success. They are known nationwide and even worldwide for their innovative designs and colors for European children’s clothes and European baby clothes.

The available European baby clothes include newborn gifts and first birthday gifts, baby blankets, onesies, and the standard array of clothing: outfits, dresses, shirts, pants, shoes, outdoor wear, swimsuits and other essentials. These European baby clothes are also available in organic and eco-friendly varieties.

The line of European children’s clothes is just as impressive. Cotton shirts, hoodies and sweatshirts, plain and button down tops, bottoms, shoes, hats, swimsuits and gifts bring plenty of European fashion right to you.

Dressing your children in the European fashion is a great way to make a statement that is stylish and tasteful, while being anything but ordinary. European childrens clothes and European baby clothes can go a long way in making your children stand out from the crowd.

Kimberly Green is a mother of two who really appreciates fine fashion in European Baby Clothes and European Childrens Clothes. She wants her babies dressed the best!

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