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Win And Bring A Little Bit Of India Home With Masala Baby!

India is rich with traditions, culture and magic, which is why Masala Baby used this country as the inspiration for their clothing line. Dancing peacocks, the pink stone architecture of Jaipur, mosaic tiles and gypsy folklore are all integrated into the clothing and design of Masala. Shades of mango, rose, saffron and indigo are put together in a palette that brings out your child’s personality.

Mela is the brand new collection from Masala Baby, that is perfect for globetrotting toddlers and children. Combining the urban and contemporary styles of the West with colorful, warm traditional styles of the East, Masala Baby mixes two cultures creating a fusion of fabulousness all their own.

Enter for a chance to bring a bit of India home, after the jump!

For girls, my favourite piece isthe Gypsy Raani (meaning queen) dress , available in rich jewel toned colors, inspired by fortune tellers, gypsies and their colorful caravans. The dress is fully lined, making it ideal for the fall and winter season!

The casual yet chic tunic tops are a must-have for boys. Available in the spicy and warm Chili Stripe and cool Indigo, these tunic would work with slacks, under a suit jacket or with a pair of jeans. They really are quite versatile!

WIN IT!

If you love these as much as we do, leave a comment below for a chance to win either the Gypsy dress or the Stripe Tunic Shirt!

For an additional entry, you can “tweet” the contest on Twitter, linking to the giveaway http://su.pr/1nt4kC (just be sure to leave an extra comment below informing us of the tweet).

This contest is only open to U.S. residents and ends Friday November 10th at 11:59 p.m. A winner will then be picked at random and announced on this page.

Congratulations to our winner Laura! This contest is now closed.

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