It’s Fashion Friday and we’ve been neglecting our fashions. Not because we didn’t want to but because we’ve been having spotty weather here in CO. One day it’s almost 80 degrees and the next day it’s snowing. It’s said here in CO, if you don’t like the weather, wait 30 minutes it’ll change again. So far we haven’t been disappointed. Well today we are excited to announce that we recently got the opportunity to work with, Elephantito, a luxury line of clothing and shoes for babies and children up to 8 years of age. I have always been a fan of their shoes but actually had no idea that they had a clothing line as well. I’m very happy that they contacted me because I have to admit that I’m in love with their clothing collection. They are absolutely adorable!
Elephantito has a modern approach to classics, creating fresh, contemporary styles in easy-to-wear-and-care quality fabrics. This season their collection is inspired by a Mediterranean summer, ‘Costa del Sol’, which features a European aesthetic full of fun prints in colors reminiscent of the sea, sky, and brightly colored landscape. Shoes are crafted with only the finest leathers, and colors are exclusively tanned for Elephantito. Founded by Maria Frallicciardi in 2004, Elephantito can be found in more than 150 boutiques worldwide and retails between $59-$90 for apparel and $39-$80 for shoes.
Today I want to focus on their Spring Collection and I was sent two adorable dresses from their new line. The Vichy Yellow Festive Dress w/Front Smock and the Poppy Bees Crossed Jumper Dress that you see me wearing above. As expected the quality of these outfits were just as good as their shoes that I have come to love. The dresses were all made of 100% cotton and there wasn’t a thread out of place.
The colors really popped and I love when you get something that is exactly like the way it looks online, or in this case even better. I originally had a tough time choosing what I wanted to receive because they were all so adorable. These outfits whether it’s for your little boy or girl (yes they make for boys too), can be worn to any event that you decide to go to. They can be worn casually or dressed up with a cardigan making them any event friendly.
These outfits were perfection from the tiny button details to the pockets in the front of my Poppy Bees dress to the smock detailing on my Vichy Yellow dress. The buttons are small enough not to detract from the beauty of the dresses but not too small that you’re fighting trying to get them in the hole. Yes we’ve had problems like that before and have ended up ruining the dress because of it.
I have to also note that the material of the dresses I received are also soft, not hard and itchy as some cotton dresses tend to be. They were also super comfortable to wear and as you can see, comfortable enough to play in. That’s the true test of fashion. If your little one is comfortable enough in them to play then they’ll be comfortable for everything.
So if you’re looking for European fashions without spending too much money then I would have to suggest checking out Elephantito. Well made luxury fashion at prices that won’t break the bank. You will love Elephantito as much as I do. It’s why it gets my TWO TINY THUMBS UP, but I’m sure you knew that it was going to!
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