It’s all about the patterns: Eliza Gran’s vintage fashion
June 11, 2008, 12:30 pm
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…and of course about the timeless vintage cuts as well, and the gorgeous vintage fabrics, and overall, do I have to mention that vintage is written all over these clothes? 😉
OK, I suppose I’ve let the cat out of the bag again! It’s vintage day! 🙂 I’ve come up with some pretty sweet things again, and I just had to start the day with Eliza Gran. Funny enough, some time ago I read this great interview of Eliza Gran on B:Kids, Irene Hoofs’ children’s design blog (check it out for yourselves, it’s really great, a lot of Dutch and vintage inspired design), and at about the same time, there was also a post on the Celebrity Baby Blog about a sighting of Cindy Crawford and her daughter Kaia, and the whole blog went crazy about Kaia’s dress. To make it short, I really knew I had found something great, something that had to be shared with you.  So voilà, here are some pictures of the current collection:

Available in the Eliza Gran online store, e.g. Kaia’s dress (1st picture) for $76.00, however only infant sizes 3 and 6 months still available.  But check out the fall 2007 collection, there are some great discounts available, and Eliza’s designs are truly timeless, so you can well buy your winter collection ahead of time and let the kids wear them later.

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Eliza Gran is amazing! I saw the same post on CBB and left a comment because I’ve had great experiences purchasing these same products from Petit Luxe http://www.petitluxe.com.

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