Looking for cool greens for St. Patrick’s Day? How about something from Peekaboo Beans’ new spring line … in hippie-esque bean colors!
Canada-based clothing company Peekaboo Beans is known as “Playwear for Kids on the Grow” (love this!). Traci Costa founded the company in 2006 to integrate innovative children’s couture playwear with early childhood development (nice mission). Bean styles are perfect for play dates, the playground and playtime anytime.
Considered a mommy-approved brand, Peekaboo Beans recently launched its Spring 2013 collection called Endless Summer. Inspired by childhood memories of fun-filled long summer days, Endless Summer channels the inner surfer dude and “beachy keen Bean” with fabrics that reflect the hippie era, featuring vibrant colors that play off the warmth of natural, beachy hues.
Drawing inspiration from a rich summer sunset, the girls collection incorporates a fun floral print, sweet ruffles and bright, beautiful colors. Girl Beans and their moms can take advantage of selected styles available in size 8. The lavender hues, beachy coral, cornflower blue and sorbet pinks come together with a hippie-esque, dip-dyed fabric (available May 1 to store buyers) to create a collection full of fun.
For Any Playful Escapade. With the focus on safety, function and fun all in one, no collection offers Peekaboo Beans style without great versatile pieces at affordable prices. Traci’s inspiration for the line are her daughters, born though Invetro fertilization. She got them to eat their vegetables by playing peekaboo with their beans –edamame beans- a cute backstory for the brand name. She and her team are dedicated to designing a fresh, functional, fashion-forward line of playwear for girls and boys that allows children to play in comfort and still have a unique sense of style. Available online.
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