Friday, August 26, 2011

Back to school & baby clothes at Tea Collection

See that cute baby there? He's wearing Tea Collection. Oh, you know it. He's nothing if not stylish.

I seriously had been drooling sooo much over Tea Collection clothes that I had to try some out for myself. I started off easy and bought some used ones from on eBay because Mama isn't made of money and I wanted to make sure they were actually as cute and well-made as they looked.

Well: They are! They're now some of my favorite baby outfits. They get compliments every time Alrik wears one, and they've machine washed really well. I've gotten rompers and t-shirts, and I'm looking now to find some matching baby-preschooler outfits to make Mikko happy. (He loves to match his little bro!) I love that many of the Tea Collection clothes fit babies through elementary-age kids. It can be hard to find outfits that work for such a range of ages! (Trust me — I've been trying.)

Anyway, Tea Collection wants me to tell you about their back-to-school outfits. Tea Collection has just added hundreds of new styles to their children’s collection: adorable jackets, sweaters, pants, knit tops, and scarves that are not only modern and wearable, but also are inspired by cultures around the world!

Tea Collection Marimba Mini DressFor girls, a great choice is the Marimba dresses. The Marimba Mini Dress is inspired by the marimba musical instrument and was developed in southern Mexico and northern Guatemala. It's made of a machine washable cotton jersey and has unique and beautiful tones.

Tea Collection Diez Stripe JacketFor boys, the Diez Stripe Jacket is definitely a staple item. This stylish striped jacket is 100% cotton, machine washable, and inspired by Mexico’s declaration of freedom in 1810.

Tea also has a collection of internationally themed kid’s books. Going to School in India has captivating photographs and an engaging story of real children going to school across this vibrant and exciting country. This book is a great way to get your special students excited about the upcoming school year. Best of all, proceeds from the book sales benefit the Global Fund for Children!

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and Tea Collection is sponsoring this post.
I bought my Tea Collection clothes myself.
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