Chloe-Sofia is wearing NINA headband, KATY long-sleeve body and tartan trim LILY dress all from Séraphine via Féminin Plurielles. Shot in Dôme – Interior Design, Chemin du Triangle 5, 1295 Mies, Switzerland.
Photos by Alexander Ramp.
When I was pregnant, I made it my mission to buy only gender neutral clothes. I suspected that we would receive pink clothes and accessories from family and friends. And I was right. By the time Chloe-Sofia was three months old, she was in pink and ruffles all the time. As much as I have nothing against pink, I think that girls and boys should not be stereotyped by color of their clothes. But what I believe is different from reality of what you can find in stores. I can find “bodies” in white but most coats, sweaters, pajamas and t-shirts for girls are in pink. The other weekend I had to get her corduroys in the department for boys. For some reason, dark blue and brown are not considered girly enough.
You can find much better selection of clothes for babies online. There are several websites that I like to visit and one of them, that I discovered lately, is Féminin Plurielles. Their clothes are beautiful and delicate, perfect for a special occasion such Sunday church visit, Baptism, birthday celebration or any other event that requires looking gorgeous.
This white, tartan trim dress with puff sleeves would be perfect for Baptism, don’t you think? It is made of soft twill fabric that holds shape all day and it is just adorable. Although we have not decided yet when and where Chloe-Sofia will be baptized, one thing is sure – we have already found the perfect attire!