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Lalilu launches organic cotton collection for young children
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Apr '11
Lalilu announces its debut of their new organic cotton children's wear for little boys and girls, ages newborn to 10 years old.

The Lalilu product line includes custom hand-painted nursery artwork, accessories and luxury silk crib bedding.

Lalilu offers a new collection of modern and sophisticated apparel for young children that isn't limited by traditional color and motifs. The designs are unique and whimsical and exhibit simplicity and style.

From tiny angel wings to race cars to the brand's signature angel crest logo. Printed on premium quality, super soft interlock cotton and 100% certified fair-trade organic cotton. The collections includes long and short sleeved infant bodysuits, coordinating yoga style pants, toddler tees, thermals and dresses.

Lalilu offers a beautiful selection of coordinating knot hats, bibs and receiving blankets.

Lalilu is dedicated to manufacturing in an environmentally sustainable and ethically conscious manner.

All garments are proudly made in the USA.

The company just recently included a full line of nursery and children's artwork, accessories and luxury silk crib bedding into its collection.

The collections are designed to coordinate with and complement each other. Heirloom quality artwork feature paintings and embellishments on canvas. Quality and attention to detail are paramount in each product, and each hand-painted item is skillfully crafted with greatest care and dedication.

The colors are carefully chosen to create harmony, and to interpret and give life to each motif and theme, whether of singing birds, butterflies, bees, flowers, sweet bunnies in the garden, dreamy teddy bears, and sweet little angels. Classic or contemporary designs complement each other. The designs are wonderful addition to a nursery or a child's bedroom. All of the designs will grow with a child from infancy to toddler hood and beyond.

Lalilu Inc

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