The Corduroy Capsule

September 12, 2018

The Corduroy Capsule

Can you feel it? That brisk autumn air? It's about that time for those fall-inspired adventures! 

 

Our Corduroy Collection, releasing September 13th at 10am Mountain Time, features twelve saturated colors of soft corduroy bows. To capture the simplicity of these bows we held a cozy shoot in the home of Wunderkin owner, Hillary Denham, and invited a fun furry friend named Rosie to play. 

 

 

Download the Lookbook HERE! 

photos by Amy Lacy Photography

Corduroy Collection Lineup of Oversized Schoolgirls  

 

Rhubarb Petit Schoolgirl Pigtail Set

 

"Eucalyptus" Medium Schoolgirl 

 

Dill, Quail, Blueberry, and Strudel Oversized Schoolgirl  

"Dill" Petite Schoolgirl Pigtail Set

 

"Quail" Oversized Schoolgirl

 

Thick Retro Knots - Coming 9/18

 

 "Saffron" Medium Schoolgirl and "Plume" Petit Schoolgirl Headband

 

"Eucalyptus" Oversized Schoolgirl





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