Sunday Style: Lucy & Leo

This weekend, we decided to have a couple of lazy days. When I returned home Saturday morning from my red eye flight, I was completed exhausted, the kids were all just getting over viruses, so I had no choice, but to hit the ground running. The house was upside down, so I did some spring cleaning, while unpacking my suitcase and doing laundry. By Sunday, all were feeling better, and we were busting to head out to enjoy the beautiful spring day.

Lucy & Leo

With weather in the high 70s, I dressed the girls in these adorable Lucy & Leo coordinating outfits. Lucy and Leo is known for its soft color palate and classic design, with a modern twist. I love that they create unique, adorable and comfortable outfits but in an eco-friendly fashion. They are one of the first organic and USA-made clothing brands in the children’s industry. The outfits made quite the splash, because we were stopped a number of times, by people wondering who made their pint size garbs.

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Lucy & Leo is committed to bettering the world by using only environmentally sensitive and organic materials, and for every garment purchased, they plant a tree with Trees For the Future.; not to mention that they are designed and manufactured domestically, right here in New York City.

Lucy & Leo

 

Gemma is wearing their criss cross, tulip back with heirloom lace, and matching bloomers. The lace detail featured on the top offers the perfect touch of girly girl. Siella wore a complimentary dress, and the lace paired with  fabric insert, gave off a vintage vibe. The soft organic fabrics make these perfect options for warm weather days!

Lucy & Leo

Lucy & Leo

For each item you purchase from Lucy and Leo, they will donate a tree to Trees For the Future, so when you buy their products, you are supporting fair and working conditions, all while helping to save the planet.

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Once a fashion showroom owner now turned mom and blogger/writer. Brianne Manz lives in New York City with her husband, three children and enjoys their fast paced city life. Her blog Stroller In The City boasts about city living, family travel, kids fashion and all things that are mommy. Being a mom doesn't mean you need to lose sight of the cool stuff. Brianne has has been featured on the Today Show, E! News, and People Magazine to name a few.

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