Silly Souls

Still looking for that irreverent retail stocking stuffer?

The concept known as Silly Souls is the silly brainchild Shelley Foster. Originally branded as babygags, Shelley’s “baby” is now supported by a network of sales representatives in U.S. and Canada and international distribution partners in Europe and Asia, serving over 1,000 boutique customers and key online retail partners. In 2009 the company launched its own online retail store which ships to customers all over the world.

For this holiday, Silly Souls and publisher Condé Nast partner on The New Yorker Baby Collection, which features cartoons from The New Yorker magazine. The line includes baby bodysuits, beanies, bibs, booties, melamine dish sets and t-shirts. Each product features a delightful baby- or kid-themed cartoon brought to life in kid-friendly colors. Dishes are BPA free, FDA and CPSIA tested/pass. Each set comes in a window gift box that can sit on a shelf or hang on the wall.  Packaging includes care instructions in English and French. Sign up to order online here. Or email / fax 415.615.0073 / call 415-615-0073 the order form here. Be a silly Santa; order today!

Silly Souls is the original irreverent funny line of apparel and accessories for babies. The company evolved to a more whimsical silly style and rebranded as Silly Souls after launching a baby shoe line. Silly Souls’ goal remains to inspire laughter and the sunny funny side of parenthood, and the silly personalities of each precious child.

The Silly Souls product line continues to grow and now includes products for kids 0-6 years old including bodysuits, t-shirts, hats, bibs, bottles, dish sets, birth announcements, the silliest socks, the coolest baby shoes and the best big brother and sister “sibling rivalry” gifts.

-Janet Muniz


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