Blinging Up Baby
She’s all sugar. Her wardrobe, however, could definitely use some spicing up.
Those pink gingham crinoline dresses, hot pink fuzzy bear onesies, and overly-ruffled rompers are more mini-Stepford housewife than future glamour girl.
She needs some coo-er looks to baby step up her game - and you wouldn’t cry if it meant a few stylish finds for you too.
Toddle into a new store guaranteed to be a girl’s best trend.
Leloa Baby Collections and Keiki Boutique just opened at Ward Center packed with edgy yet adorable buys for kids and moms. Along one wall, owner, former army soldier, and new mom Lynette Yi has stashed colorful clothes with chic details for the five and under set. Across the way, you’ll find sleek maternity wear and even sexy nursing bras for mom.
Many of the items are only in Hawaii at Leloa. Here is some of the gear that truly rocks the cradle.
Baby gear goes glam with Ajo.Bebe’s rhinestone and animal print diaper wipe cases (Starting at $28).
She already keeps you on your toes, so dress up hers with Trumpette’s leopard shoes ($32.50) or mudpie’s bow-adorned giraffe slippers ($16).
Add a little panache to your post-pregnancy wardrobe with flirty-but-practical nursing bras by Bellabumbum (starting at $38) and YOU! lingerie (starting at $30).
The shag and satin linings are cuddly soft but skull and pink zebra prints add edge to Little Yellow Chick’s plush blankets (starting at $80) and bibs ($27).
Find the perfect wingman for your little one in mudpie’s stuffed owls. ($20)
You’ll have a handle on diapers, wipes, and all the other stuff you have to tote stashed away in Oioi’s stylish and pocket-ful baby bag ($160).
Exclusive in Hawaii to Leloa, Nurserywork’s soothing rocker's style is anything but sleepy. ($850).
Leloa Baby Collections & Keiki Boutique is in Ward Center next to Zpizza. Today, receive 20 percent off everything from 9 - 11 a.m. then 15 percent off everything for the rest of Black Friday. Call 808.591.1000 or check out Leloa’s facebook page for more information.
Posted on Friday, November 25, 2011 in Permalink