(PRWEB) November 09, 2015
Dress up those little ones all snuggly and warm this holiday season with new eco-friendly luxurious clothing crafted from the heart with Blue Ullu. Quality made without compromise, all natural and cruelty free, the adorable, eco-friendly Blue Ullu outfits will keep little tykes fashionable and toasty warm in the upcoming cold months.
Blue Ullu is a deliciously luxe children’s knitwear line handcrafted by women artisans in the Indian Himalayas. Hang tags on each outfit come with the artisan’s name and a bit of their story and photo can be found at blueullu.com.
Each exquisitely handmade outfit is crafted from pure yarn of merino and angora wool, a blend that is absolutely soft and luxurious without the usual itchiness. The 100% natural vegetable-dye creates deep lush hues of all colors that are hand dyed and chemical free to keep babies’ safe! Those little owls will be wrapped up in mindfully ethical and simply adorable sweaters that will keep them warm, healthy and happy.
The Camryn Sweater is an easy pull over with side wooden buttons and a beautiful diamond pattern at the top, and available on sale in Forest Green and a maroon and grey mix at The Tumbleweed General Store and Gallery.
The Isabella Tunic paired with leggings or a cute pair of tights will keep little ones nice and snuggly. This outfit is great for a holiday event.
The high collar of the Caden Vest keeps littles neck warm this winter and goes great with a long sleeve shirt and blazer.
Both the Isabella Tunic and Caden Vest can be found at Wild Was Mama.
Blue Ullu is starting a Kickstarter campaign to help support the women artisans in India and help create more luxurious, eco-friendly clothing for children https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/blueullu/blue-ullu-childrens-knitwear-handmade-by-indian-ar?ref=nav_search
Blue Ullu can be found online and at a number of retailers including Wild Was Mama and Tumbleweed General Store & Gallery in New York, The McCloud River Mercantile Co. in California and Zuka Baby in Louisiana.
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