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Holli Gibson introduces select styling for boys
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Sep '11
Continuing with feminine dresses and coordinated separates for all the little twirly girls, LamanBlu stays true to what is best about its styling. Ruffles, dresses with great twirl-ability and extensive detailing, all in a fresh and compelling color palette.

LamanBlu is a girly collection, and this season does not stray from that, but it does introduce something brand new – a few select styles for brother that are decidedly smart, classic and comfy all at the same time.

The cool, classic linens in baby soft colors of pink, blue and yellow set the mood for Easter, with tons of dresses to crave for Easter Sunday morning, which are still versatile enough to wear for the entire season. The bustle back dress trimmed in ladder lace and natural shell buttons is a perfect example of a dress relevant today as well as something to tuck away for future generations.

There is a brother outfit for Easter also, a classic linen shirt with natural shell buttons, made to be worn untucked with a chambray linen clamdigger length trouser (perfect for Easter, or church, or a day out, or a walk on the beach, or a weekend in the Hamptons). LamanBlu offers easy care for its linen garments which give the option of dry clean or machine wash.

In keeping with its eco-friendly mantra, linen makes perfect sense. Linen fabric breathes and keeps kids cool by absorbing moisture and deflecting heat. It is also non-allergic which makes it an ideal fabric for children's sensitive skin, especially for those with skin conditions such as allergies and eczema because it has a natural pH balance. Even in light colors, linen resists stains like no other fabric and is completely washable. Best of all, linen is made from flax and every part of the plant is used. The linen production process is sustainable making it a great eco-friendly choice.

Not to ignore the bright hot movement into summer, LamanBlu segues elegantly into bamboo knits and micro Modal in the vibrant and intense colors of Bougainvillea and Aqua, including a limited edition Pucci inspired print. These are dresses that kids will never want to take off as they are cool and comfortable and ultimately twirly.

For the more casual days, LamanBlu has an offering of cotton knit romper dresses (and a shortall romper for brother) as well as ruffly shirts and unisex t's all with vibrant and detailed embroideries ranging from geckos to sea creatures to flamboyant birds.

LamanBlu is designer clothing with classically beautiful silhouettes and a modern edge. Its dresses and coordinated separates for Girls sizes 6 mos–6x. LamanBlu offers domestically produced eco-friendly apparel with no minimums to buy.

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