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Cozy Alert. Because Sweaters are So Last Year

Iglo Clothing from IcelandIt may not be freezing yet, but you can definitely feel the chill in the air. And when that happens, I find myself getting a strange urge; the urge to go shopping for sweaters, hats, blankets, you name it. How quickly we forget about the hassles of those major winter snow falls. The only thing I can think about are cozy nights in front of the fire and cute Fall outfits.

That said, I have to admit that my son doesn’t like dressing for Fall as much as I like dressing him. All those sweaters and itchy layers hold very little appeal for him — no matter how stylish he looks. If he had his way, he would live in sweatpants and sweatshirts all year. Luckily, I just discovered a new line called IGLO Kids out of Iceland that is the perfect compromise between my love of style and his love of comfort and performance.

Check out all the amazing pics of this soft and cozy collection. And a giveaway for one lucky winner! after the jump…


Founded in Iceland in 2008 by two designing friends, the IGLO kids collection is only recently available in the US. The entire line is genius for its attention to detail, quirky color palette and emphasis on durability and comfort. Made up entirely of sweatshirt and fleece materials, these clothes look runway ready but are perfect for romping around home. Comfy sweatpants, awesome girls fleece dresses, the cutest hats, mittens and snowsuits, I am seriously dying every piece.

Iglo Clothing for Kids

That said, I will definitely be picking up the sweater cardi shown here for my son. All the styling of a cardigan including elbow patches and trim, with the softest sweatshirt material. Perfect for those fall school days.

Iglo kids collectionIglo Kids

>>GIVEAWAY ALERT! Like the Mamaista Facebook page and comment on the collection on the wall to win an Iglo item of your choice.

Photos: Iglo, IcelandicMarket


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