Bamboo Receiving Gowns by Estella

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Made from a soft bamboo fabric that not only feels wonderful on baby's sensitive skin but is also naturally antibacterial, hypoallergenic, and wrinkle-resistant, these gowns are simple, neutral and sure to make changing time a breeze during those long nights.

Bamboo Receiving Gowns by Estella


About bamboo fabric

Bamboo is an eco-friendly, sustainable crop that grows wild without the aid of fertilizers or pesticides. Bamboo fabric is naturally antibacterial, anti fungal and anti static. It absorbs water 3-4 times better than cotton, keeping skin comfortable, rather than sticky, in summer weather. And Bamboo stays 2-3 degrees cooler in hot weather and warmer in cold.

About Estella

Jean Polsky is the the co-owner of Estella with her husband, Chike Chukwulozie. Jean was born in New York City and has been interested in clothes since the very beginning. As a child, she would spend hours alone in her room, trying on clothes and experimenting with how different colors and shapes looked with one another. Decades later, things haven’t changed very much; not only does she still put a lot of thought into what she wears, but her heart still skips a beat when she see an interesting outfit pass me her on the street. Living in colorful downtown New York City means this happens a lot - and is one of the reasons she still live there. Professionally, Jean has always worked in fashion. After getting her bachelors degree from Harvard, she followed her heart and took an $8/hour job at Bergdorf Goodman. After steadily moving up the ladder and becoming a buyer, Jean went back to Harvard, got her MBA and jumped back into the adult fashion world. Years later, while pregnant and traveling through Europe, she fell in love with a handful of small children’s brands that she had never heard of before. Jean couldn’t believe how beautiful the clothes were and that the brands were virtually undiscovered back home in America. All the designers used premium fabrics (Japanese prints, Italian cottons, Scottish cashmere, etc), and they all had different, yet equally compelling, aesthetic visions for their lines. Some were conservative and elegant, while others were bold and exciting, but what they all had in common was that they were designed by creative moms, many of whom had previously held design positions with some of the most important names in women’s fashion. Jean was excited by their work and loved their personal connections to their collections. When she returned home to NY, she felt inspired to bring these Europeans designs to the US, so in 2002, they opened Estella.

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