Looking For Comfy Baby Clothes? Anne Curtis And Solenn Heussaff Launch Fashion Brand For BabiesTheir baby products are sustainably made, too!by Ana Gonzales .
Four days ago, the two were already posting photo teasers on their personal IG accounts of what deemed to be something so special.
It's pretty obvious that the netizens were also on their toes as we all waited for the launch drop earlier at noon.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Anne Curtis and Solenn Heussaff Launch Tili Dahli
And now, they finally revealed the launch of their newest baby shop, Tili Dahli. Even at first glance, you can already tell what they had in store for us.
The minimalistic aesthetic of their site could easily tell us that any item would fit any baby's needs and room aesthetic. "Founded by two sisters-in-law, Tili Dahli is a baby wear brand that is rooted upon the strength of motherhood and inspired by the growth of their children," it wrote.
Sounds like Anne and Solenn went out of their way to make sure the materials used for each item was entirely sustainable.
As young as one-year-old, the cousin besties are always found playing in style. And so, it shouldn't come as a surprise that their chic celebrity moms would come up a shop that are not only named after them but also produced fashionable yet plush baby items that even their own babies would comfortably use.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
Tili Dahli's first collection offers elevated basics
Tili Dahli doesn't leave any item out that you might need as a first-time mom like these two. The brand fully knows a baby's delicate needs but that doesn't mean you can't dress them up for fun, too!
"Our first collection of basic essentials is made with 100% organic cotton and we are GOTS certified. We offer elevated basics that your little one can wear all the time. You can be assured of quality products that are soft and gentle on your baby's skin," they wrote.
The mothers made sure to design playtime onesies and nighttime bodysuits that are easy to remove and then button it back for a quick diaper change.
Since we're all stuck with our little captains and princesses inside our homes majority of the time, the Basic Essentials collection offers different design cuts—short ones for the hot weather and longer sleeves for colder days—and multiple colors to choose from just in case you want to stack a couple in your baby's wardrobe.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Tili Dahli's second collection showcases fun pieces
Like their second collection's name entails, the Playdate is filled with super adorable rompers and dresses that are perfect for an afternoon play time with your baby's besties.
Imagine your little ones in one of these colorful fit, and for sure your heart will turn to mush just by looking at their precious smiles as you take a photo.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
How much are Tili Dahli clothes?
Their baby clothing start at a quality price of P798 and come in different sizes, both for babies and toddlers up to two-years-old.
It is no doubt that these sustainable baby clothes will not irritate your baby's sensitive skin and would allow them to move around freely as they grow up cozy and safe while still being in style.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
To top off this special launch, Tili Dahli is offering a free shopping deal from June 23-30 with a minimum purchase of P1,500 nationwide.
In a recent IG post of Solenn the celebrity mom wrote, "Looking forward to keep surprising you guys with fun designs as we grow little by little one baby step at a time. Much love from our little team of women."
Looks like there might be a possibility the shop will venture out to producing adorable, handmade nusery furniture and toys in the future. Exciting!
For inquiries, email them at email@example.com. You can also check out all of their baby items in full at tilidahli.com, or through their Instagram and Facebook page.
Congratulations on your launch, Anne and Solenn! We can't wait to see Dahlia and Thylane wearing these lovely items and see them in the cutest OOTDs!
This story originally appeared on Preview.ph.
*Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.
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