Remember Album Di Famiglia When Shopping For Boutique Baby Clothes

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If you have need of baby girl clothes, and want to lavish her with a little bit more love than an average one-piece, then remember the name “Album di Famiglia.” Italian design, understated and simple fashion, delivered in a luxurious and practical way, Album is known for boutique baby clothes. Couple any dress or other ensemble from Album with baby girl shoes from Estella, and you’ve won the “best baby shower present” contest, hands-down. These are designer baby clothes that would make a perfect gift that packs a powerful sense of forethought and style.

Just what is so fantastic about Album di Famiglia? Simple, modern lines and practical fabrics look stunning on any little girl. Are they luxurious clothes? Oh, yes, and how! Unlike your typical, overdone fare, these clothes deliver a subtle, yet potent sense of sophistication that any parent would love. Case in point, they make a 100% cotton tunic for girls in an elegant salmon, and once you see your little girl in it you’ll never look twice at clearance rack shenanigans, unless said rack displays Album’s clothing.

With all of this style, you would be surprised to find the practical punch that makes a parent thankful for the forward-thinking of designers creating machine-washable children’s fashion. That’s because the designers happen to be parents (go figure!) – The end result is a winning combination in anyone’s book.

Speaking of understated, potent fashion, you ought to see Estella-NYC’s pink and brown fleece booties for your little girl. The fact that brown is “in” really makes these booties seem a little more sophisticated than you’d typically find for your infant, but they’re also comfy and versatile. They pair nicely with a pair of cream leggings and a simple dress – precious!

Here’s a mystery that nobody seems to understand, unless you’re a proud parent of a little princess: it is often so much more fun to dress your girl in boutique baby clothes than it is to shop for yourself. How is that even possible? It’s a mystery.