There is a very unique clothes shopping experience awaiting mothers of little girls. The clothes come from California, but their inspiration comes from years ago in France.
Anastasia Backstrand is the owner and designer of Tralala, a children's clothing boutique. Long before leaving France, Backstrand was mesmerized by patterns and colors. She eventually earned an education in fashion design in Paris. In the mid 90s, she left France for California, where she lives and designs clothing today. Tralala became a reality in 2003 with her vision to design high-end children's clothing.
Playtime for kids needs to be comfortable as well as fashionable. You will have the best dressed kids on the playground. If you like the vintage French look of floral appliques and black or red toile patterns, Tralala delivers that for your kids.
It is nothing short of an understatement to say that the clothing line from Tralala is unique. The clothing is made from 100% soft-combed cotton. The clothing has not been pre-shrunk so the fashions will shrink the first time they are washed. The French children's wear is sized for average children at every age so take that into account when choosing the appropriate size for your little darlings.
The prints on the clothing can best be described as classic or romantic. Some designs have a hint of Oriental flare with black and white fabric outlines for skirts and play sets. The company designs clothing from limited edition, one-of-a-kind prints that are exclusive to Tralala. After taking a look at the clothing you'll agree that it is something special.
The new spring 2009 collection called Pure is an organic baby and toddler clothing line. These fashions will actually cater to both baby boys and girls. Now both genders can enjoy the luxurious, stylish, cotton fabrics that are a signature of the Tralala clothing lines.
The clothing is made from 100% bamboo cotton, mother of pearl buttons, and organic satin. The collection will include dresses, layettes, pant sets, and blankets. The goal with the line is to be more stylish and appealing than the usually bland, organic clothing available.
A portion of all sales from the Pure line will be given to the organization Kids in Distressed Situation. The organization helps kids with the pure necessities of life such as shelter, food, and clothes.
This is not the first time that Tralala will be helping out those in need. The company has also been involved with Feed the Children and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Although Tralala is a very high-end children's clothing line, it is available at boutiques across the country, as well as over the Internet. If you're looking for unique clothing for your little girl or a baby shower gift for any newborn, you'll definitely want to take a look at what Tralala has to offer. The fabric looks the part of expensive French fashion but it will become your child's favorite clothing to wear for its down-to-earth comfort.
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