Steiff’s Children’s Fashion Line: British Chic & Cuddly Comforts For Winter 2010

Steiff is known for Steiff’s exclusive children’s fashion line reflects Margarete Steiff’s own philosophy quite well, “Only the best is good enough for children”.

Based on the infamous Steiff animal world, each cute, comfortable and outstanding piece of clothing is beautiful in both quality and design. These classic outfits are divided into 3 collections:

The Newborn

This year for the first time ever, the Newborn Collection includes two-piece sets with underwear and romper suits with long-sleeved tops. Lots of comfortable cotton jersey and fine wale corduroy!

The Mini

The spotlight is on the boys in their rugged jeans, thick cable-stitch cardigans and Oxford shirts which can easily be combined with bright outdoor waistcoasts or nylon bomber jackets. Girls look lovely and elegant in dresses made of taffeta, fine corduroy and jersey.

Also included: skirts with a minimalist check pattern, tulle petticoats, plush pink jackets, woolen coats with fur edging, wraparound cardigans and polo shirts.

Young Adults

This Steiff collection goes by the motto “British Chic“ with deep colours like bright red and beige as the main palette. Down coats or jackets made from soft taffeta can be paired nicely with trousers and dresses for the girls. Boys will look smashing and sporty in rugby shirts or knitted jumpers with a striped pattern which can be worn with single-colour or striped polo shirts.

What’s new for the Steiff Collection this year? An entire range of ski suits and snow suits, which consist of an outdoor jacket with a removable fleece jacket and matching ski trousers.

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You can purchase the Steiff Collection directly through their online shop or through All Things Cute.

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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