SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! Cabbages & Kings Childrens Accessory Line Launch

Attention all Mommy’s! Your precious little ones’ will look fabulous & stylish this winter with “Cabbages & Kings” debut line of comfy, cozy and incredily cute accessories  

New Mommy and Beauty BFF, Alex, has put her heart and soul into creating the most adorable and stylish toddler & kids accessory line, Cabbagges & Kings

The debut line launches unisex infant/children’s Leg Warmers (that can also be worn as arm warmers) and Infinity Scarves (that double as ‘hoodies’)

The line offers six unique styles of Leg/Arm Warmers and eight cozy Infinity Scarves.  Cabbages & Kings products are all hand-made, with the highest quality 100% natural fibers, by the Sumaq Ruracc, a Quechua-speaking group that live in an Andean Valley in Peru.

LEG/ARM WARMERS

  • Leg/Arm warmers are 85% Alpaca.
  • Hand knit in Peru.
  • Has a fold-over muff to be worn as “booties” or hand mittens.
  • For care instructions click here
  • Each piece is hand made and may vary slightly in pattern or measurement.
  • $68.00

INFINITY SCARF

  • Scarves are 85% Alpaca.
  • Hand knit in Peru.
  • Can be worn around the neck or pulled over the head as a “hoodie.”
  • 24″ circumference and 15″ wide
  • For care instructions click here
  • Each piece is hand made and may vary slightly in pattern or measurement.
  • One size fits all (Infant to child)
  • $88.00

Her beautiful daughter, Luella (nickname “LuLu”) is the cutest little model we’ve ever seen!  See LuLu below, looking fashionably ‘hip & current,’ by accesorizing her outfit with the sweet, charming and impossibly cute Cabbages & Kings leg/arm warmers in red & ivory, and infinity scarf in red & charcoal…

All Mommy’s can shop the “compelling color combinations and patterned designs” that “Evoke a sense of whimsical play suitable for the taste of parent and child alike!” by visiting the website – cabbagesandkingsny.com

You can also support our guest writer and Beauty BFF, Alex, by ‘liking’ Cabbages & Kings on the brands Facebook page – HERE

Information about the company below….


About the Founder (Alex):

In the Fall of 2010, Alexandra, founder of Cabbages & Kings gave birth to her first child, Luella. With winter just around the corner, she ventured out in search of warm, durable, yet fashionable clothing, only to be bombarded with scratchy wools and lifeless fleeces. But out of this frustration came an idea. “Why not design and make what I’m searching for?! As they say- if you want it done right, do it yourself!” And so Cabbages & Kings was born.

Alexandra has been in the fashion and entertainment industry for over 25 years, having started her career with the Ford Modelling Agency at the age of eight. She went on to graduate cum laude from Skidmore College where she double majored in Business Administration and Anthropology. It was here that she first became fascinated with Andean culture, specifically the centuries long traditions of weaving and hand-knits; this is what served as inspiration for the debut collection of her infant and children’s accessories line.


About Cabbages & Kings:

The compelling color combinations and patterned designs of Cabbages & Kings evoke a sense of whimsical play suitable for the taste of parent and child alike.

Customers will initially be drawn to the uniqueness of the line but ultimately be won over by the versatility and quality of each piece.

Cabbages & Kings is a strong supporter of fair trade and strives to build bridges between artisans of excellence and socially responsible consumers. All of our accessories are hand made by the Sumaq Ruracc, a Quechua-speaking group that live in an Andean Valley in Peru 11,000 ft. above sea level. The Sumaq Ruracc work in collaboration with a network made up of 14 community groups, churches and non-governmental organizations called Bridge of Hope that work to strengthen the capacities of local, participating institutions and base communities.

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