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Monday, July 14, 2014

Winter Water Factory

Every time our kiddos wear these patterned clothes, we get a bunch of questions about where they're from. The answer: Winter Water Factory, the Brooklyn-based design company. The clothes are made in America and printed on organic cotton. Aren't they beautiful? We mix them with basics and they just look so, so sweet and are really well made. Anyway, that's all!

P.S. Look at the hats:)

32 comments:

Yuko Jones said...

oohhh, they are so darn cute! I must get some for my boys and nieces! Thanks for sharing xx

Jill Turner said...

They sell them in a baby store in SF and I always love the patterns. They make great baby shower gifts!

Beth said...

They are really cute, but 36 dollars for a onesie?!

Joanna Goddard said...

ye,s they're definitely a splurge, so our boys just have a couple pieces each, and we mix them in with basics (carters, old navy, etc.) also, they have great sales, i'll try to let you know when they do!

Christie. said...

LOVE the hats! But the rest of it is a bit pricey for me, unless I could snap something up in a decent sale.

I could definitely see the 'Arcadia' dress on my 4 year old, it's lovely. :)

Kate said...

They make cute stuff. Our twins got some as gifts from family in Brooklyn, but I haven't bought any more. I know they have special good sales locally too.

splendourandrouge said...

Beautiful designs!

ich said...

Joanna, is this a sponsored post? I find it quite diffiziler to understand which of your posts are sponsored. By sponsored I mean you received something in exchange for mentioning a brand (free stuff, discount, money).

ich said...

I meant "difficult" not "diffiziler" ;-) sorry.

Tom Sproull said...

Oh so cute! And yes, men get invited to showers now and we need gifts too! Baby and wedding showers. So ideas like this are awesome for the gift challenged guy.

Darnelle said...

They should make adult clothes, so cute!

Meredith said...

ich, if there are sponsored posts it tells you at the ends. This is a requirement for blogs. She always has the disclaimer at the end of her post if it is sponsored, so this one was not.

Suzanne said...

The store where I work, Sprout San Francisco, sells them. I get so excited when the new ones come in. I LOVE the patterns! Also, I love that they use organic cotton.

ich said...

Meredith, I know how it should be. I just wanted to hear from Joanna of she has received anything from WWF.
Thanks anyway.

Emily said...

So cute!!

sumslay said...

Super cute, thanks for posting!

Patricia O'Shaughnessy said...

I have always loved this brand. Wish my kids were that little still. My boys are middle school now and only want to wear soccer clothes. It makes them feel good, which I like, but I miss the old days of sweet little clothes (and them wearing what I put on them).

Kiana said...

These styles remind me so much of the Swedish kid's line Maxomorra which are also made from organic cotton. Have you seen their stuff? I'm not sure if they retail in the U.S, but if they do it might suit your taste: http://www.maxomorra.com/index.php?mode=corp&id=135&parent=1&url=products&pross=1

Amy P said...

Those are ridiculously cute. But inquiring minds want to know - WHAT COLOUR WAS THE RENTAL CAR?! ;)

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jannaxoxo said...

A splurge, but supporting local businesses is always a good cause

Michelle {lovely little things} said...

Such fun and colorful patterns!

Heat said...

Too much cute!!

Grace said...

Absolutely gorgeous :)

Carrie said...

Do they want to do a giveaway? I love them but they are a bit out of my budget. Or, does anyone have any that's used they want to sell? 3T please!!!!

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Dorothy Lin said...

Yay! Love these -- thank you so much for sharing where they are from.

Molly said...

sooo cute!! looks like all the 2T stuff is sold out... gonna have to bookmark the site for when new stuff comes in!

Cassie said...

Just a note: They normally have a booth at the Brooklyn Flea and their prices are WAY less than the website. Every time we visit NYC, I make a point to stop by and stock up if we can. For the most part, the quality is really great, withstands many washings and can be passed down (at least that's my plan and how I justify an occasional splurge).

Viederelke said...

Thx for sharing! I really love it and just ordered some stuff. You guys have more then 'our neighbors' Germany...

AlisonWillis said...

Thanks for this! So cute. I would love to see our little girl (due in November) in some of those dresses. As for the haters, get over yourself. It's not a sponsored post, and so what if it is? Thanks for all the posts, Joanna! Your blog has been very useful in helping us prepare for our little pumpkin!

Joanna Goddard said...

thanks for the comments! just seeing the questions now—this isn't a sponsored post in any way. when it's a sponsored post, i always always always mention it at the end. many times throughout the years i have posted about design finds, and this is one of those types of posts. totally editorial and not at all sponsored. that's it! :)

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