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Fashionable Clothing for Kids from NUNUNU

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Clothing for girls can be pretty standard - some pink/purple tons mixed in with patterns and brights. While I do love that for my girls, I also really appreciate something different - especially clothing that represents a rock n'roll edge mixed in with high-quality fabrics. At a recent press preview, I learned more about NUNUNU, a kids' clothing company that blends high quality fabric, urban design, basic colors and a personal touch.

Founded by Iris Adler and Tali Milchberg in 2007, NUNUNU'??s line of children'??s clothing ranges in size 0-6 years and features an updated look to fashion with dresses in black featuring stars and skulls. For Spring 2013, I really love the black romper with white stars, the A-Dress in black with a pirate skull, the chic dyed skirt with its subtle neon belt and the sweet combo dress with a solid body shirt and a star skirt. For winter, they offer numerous hoodies, deconstructed long sleeve shirts, pullover hoodies with their signature skull and the fun baggy pants in black, white and grey. I also really appreciated their simple color palette (lots of black, white, grey and pops of neon) that is a fun take on children's clothing along with their signature stars, skulls, and circles and cute sayings like 'Control Freak."

Featuring cool fabrics mixed with an urban appeal, NUNUNU is a fantastic line for kids that offers something out of the norm that both parents and kids will really appreciate.

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