Wednesday, September 7, 2016

simple style from spanish baby clothing co.

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Something traditional and not of the norm isn’t something that I step outside the box and try.  This time I did.  And something we should all do, whether it be with clothes, life or food.  Spanish baby clothing isn’t something you see around much these days. I am talking real authentic clothing.  Super cute  eyelet lace, rompers and dresses.  If you follow on Instagram, you will have seen a sneak peek of these last week or so!

The Spanish Baby Clothing Company is passionate about traditional Spanish baby clothing. All clothes are handcrafted under the tutelage of their lovely creative director, Maria Elena, out of Arcos de la Frontera, Spain – a small town along the famed “Ruta de los Pueblos Blancos” (White Hill Towns) well known for its impeccably dressed babies and toddlers. They manage a pretty hectic social schedule, with popular celebrations Feria, Semana Santa, a friend’s christening celebration, or the everyday play date!
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When Ray, from Spanish Baby Clothing Company, emailed me to get featured and get the word out about their line, I knew I had to help out. I was sent the Palencia and the Huesca,  to try on my daughter.  These two outfits were simply adorable on my daughter. I just love the tiny details all the way to the style of each of these. I’m kinda going to let the pictures do the talking because they are too precious for words.

On the Palencia it has a fine line ribbed surface (cotton pique) and two columns with rounded stitching and over-under blue ribbon in sync with raised white circles. A thick blue ribbon acts like a large, electrically-charged cherry across the elastic waistline for a snug and cozy fit.
The Huesca features engraved diamond shaped patterns on cotton pique, with embroidered flowers and left in straight formation across the rounder collars and hemline. Pink pops with two slim ribbons down the shoulders.


I love the simple traditional style of these two pieces. I, also, love that they are handmade in spain.  What a wonderful fun gift these would make for any baby!  You have to check out the other adorable styles Spanish Baby Clothing carries!

What is your favorite style from Spanish Baby Clothing?  Do you love the more traditional style of their clothing?


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