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PAIGELAUREN Baby: Classic & Comfy Clothes

I’ve never been one for dressing my boys in crazy prints or your typical baby clothes with cutesy animals or silly sayings. I prefer to dress my kids in classic clothes. Can I just lament for a minute about why most boys’ clothes must have an animal, sport or vehicle on them? Give me stripes and polka dots, but if I see one more “beary cute” or “mommy’s little prince,” I might scream. Is it just me?

PAIGELAUREN, on the other hand, has got my style down pat—classic looks, effortless style and these kids just look comfy. Have you checked out their new Earth & Sky Collection?

With my first son, I was more apt to dress him up in all sorts of fussy, little outfits that I had received from my baby shower. With my second baby, I’m all about comfort. It’s rompers, sleepers and loose-waisted clothing all the time. PAIGELAUREN knows about comfort; their clothes are super soft and luxurious. I have the Classic Twofer Romper for my eight-month-old, and it works effortlessly from playtime to naptime.

PAIGELAUREN has expanded their line to include select styles in toddler sizes too. Now if they only made pajamas for me. I’m telling you, they are that soft!

To ensure this product fit our readers’ needs,
Project Nursery received a sample for review.

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4 Comments

  1. 1

    Those are really cute!

  2. 2

    These clothes are really classic. Perfect for those who love them plain, simple, elegant.

  3. 3

    Oh my, I feel you when you lamented that they didn’t make adult sizes. I would love PJs that are as soft and gorgeous as those!

  4. 4

    I like the simple, classic and elegant design of these PJs. No cutesy cartoon characters, no Disney Princesses, no baby-ish prints. Just plain and comfy.

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