LIL' STYLEKINS // Studio Bundis


Pajama dressing was big, really big, when I was pregnant. Your best Sunday uniform applauded? We’re still a fan. Besides, trends aren’t fun until everyone is over them, anyways.  Sweats, jumpers, items in the cozy family at all; they’re all welcomed when they have fantastically simple graphics, all to our geometrically obsessed liking. If you haven’t guessed it, Studio Bundis is a Sweden based company. Because all minimal genius must root from there. But even better, all ran by Clara who is just a mum like me and you. All the products are 100% organic and each can double as a lounge piece or layered to style up an outfit. It’s the duality that really wins, so we’ve shared three different ways of styling our favorite pieces!

Look 1: Masculinity.

Tiny Whales Snapback Cap, Studio Bundis Snake Sweatshirt (ON SALE), Zara Jeans (Similar), Ruum Girls Combats ($12 spray painted over the glitter)


Look 2: Hipster.

Zara Knit Beanie, Susie’s Custom Flannel, Studio Bundis Shine On Top, Studio Bundis Harem Tribal Pants,Mono Black Converse 
kid-skaters-style copy

Look 3: Skater.

Gap T-Shirt, Studio Bundis Tribal Harem Pants, Feiyue + Milk On The Rocks Tiger Shoe



Posted by Kaitlyn

FEATUREKINS // Diapers and Milk


Meet Diapers and Milk, a unique French company that creates unisex leggings for your little ones. We had the chance to speak with Leia about her company in detail and here is what she had to say.

Can you tell us how it all started ?
It all started when my daughter, India, was born. I loved to see her in leggings and it was difficult to find fun and cool ones that I loved in France. So I started to think about making them myself. I created my own line. I am not ashamed to say that my husband helps me a lot. In fact I am proud of the fact that we make a great team.
How would you describe your brand?
I think Diapers & Milk is a dynamic, graphic and organic brand. I really love the fact that we use organic cotton.
What is your favorite piece of the collection?
My favorite piece is Clotaire. Simple.
Where do you find inspiration?
Everywhere. The everyday live, but most of all it is India who inspires me the most.
How old is your girl and which brands do you like the most for her?
My daughter is 19 months old , I create my pieces for her so it’s obvious she wears them most of the time. Other brands I like are Gray Label for their simple basics, 10Is for their sneakers and Oeuf nyc for their very soft and comfortable sweaters.



























Thanks, Leia for sharing.

You can follow Leia on Instagram.
You can find the leggings HERE.

Posted by Isabel