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Kid Approved, Mom Obsessed. Sunbird Clothing for Creative Kids

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There’s nothing I like more than dressing up my son. But that doesn’t mean I’m going to outfit him in uncomfortable clothes that look good but make him feel like he’s in some awkward family photo. Kids need to look good, but most importantly they need to FEEL good and be free to move and play comofortably. That’s why I’m always on the hunt for amazing clothes to fit the bill. Fortunately, Sunbird Kids clothing out of Iceland totally gets it — in a big way!

More raves and photos after the jump…

Sunbird Creative Clothing for Kids

The clothes are amazing in every way. They basically feel like your every day sweatpants and sweatshirt, but the designs are kicked up a notch so that everyone is happy. Mom and tots. No scratchy labels, the softest materials, and design details that will make you swoon. Are you ready for this?

You will seriously want every piece from the exciting new Sunbird collection!!

Sunbird Creative Clothing for Kids

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Sunbird Creative Clothing for Kids

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Elina Furman Landauer is a media vet with over 15 years of experience producing lifestyle content for women. She launched A-List Mom with her sister, Leah Furman, to help moms filter through the myriad of information online. Elina is a former contributor to the Style and Parenting channels on Babble.

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