Fall/Winter Lookbook

August 15, 2019

Unique baby clothes: toddler girl looking at camera wearing pinafore dress featuring canning over mustard collared shirt.

Every season I think to myself, this is my favorite season so far and this season is no different! Currently, we are all about Tie Dye this fall/winter! Besides being so on trend, it just makes me happy every time I see it. Additionally, we have 2 of our own custom prints. Our short term goal is to have all fabrics be custom, so 2 is a great start! Hedgehogs and Canning (dropping soon) are a true labor of love. We hope you adore it as much as we do.
Below is our current look book for all of your Back to School style inspirations! 
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