Estella’s Designer Baby Clothes

August 17, 2008

Estella is proud to announce its line of designer baby clothes. Our line of baby clothes comes to you thanks to several designers of high-end baby clothing and European designers. Our clothing for your little ones is not only representative of the latest fashion and styles, including what many celebrities are dressing their babies in, but it is also comfortable for soft and delicate baby skin.

Baby layettes are a must-have for a baby’s wardrobe. Layettes include soft cotton short and long-sleeved shirts, and matching long pants. These items are perfect for sleeping in, playing in, and even going out in — either on their own or underneath outfits.

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