Spanish Baby Style Families

July 05, 2016

Spanish Baby Style Families

Our christening gowns, baby dresses, and rompers carry distinctive traits. Enough of those common traits separate a group of pieces into families, each piece distinguished by a small addition. For example, sleeveless vs. non sleeveless, pleated vs. non-pleated a rounded vs. V-shaped collar, or a green vs. blue floral print design.

In our baby romper line, the Brava, Maresme, Garraf, and the Dorada form cotton pique floral print line. Splashed with whites and blue floral petals on sharply angled stems, each romper is unique with pleated cotton pique collars, organdy ruffles, button formation, and body style. This includes a snappy overcoat for chilly summer evenings.

Crossing over to baby dresses, the quaint Blanca, provocative C​álida, and Tropical comprise of our green and gold pastel family. Besides body styles (one-piece romper and baby dress), its Valenciennes lace is embroidered in distinctive patterns and colors. Some carry English green and gold stitching (creating a 'crunched' bodice), others do not. 

Lastly, our cotton pique baby dresses act less coordinated and wilder child, with random distinctions between each piece. From the conservative Del Sol with white on white and V-formation stitching, it contrasts with the polka dot heavy Almería or the show stealer Badajoz with its exaggerated shoulder ribbons and thick lace. Count the odd, eccentric Vizcaya as its closest competitor in this regard.

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Size Chart
0m  3m 6m 9m 12m
Height 56 62 68 74 80
Leg  27.5 32 36.5 41 45.5
Chest  21 22 23 24 25
Waist  20 21 22 23 24
Neck 21 22 23 24 24.5
Shoulders 5.6 6 6.4 6.8 7.2
Arm 20.5 22 23.5 25 26.5