The prettiest printed skirts {on sale too}

February 5, 2015

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Today it’s all about skirt love.  These are a few of my favourite skirts from the ebabee shop.  And in even better news, they’re all on sale.  All can be worn with boots or ballerina flats, with tights or without.  I love mixing and matching patterns, colours and prints and love that all these skirts are versatile enough to do just that with.  The feather skirt would look great with a simple striped top, the floral one with a contrasting solid coloured top and the bear one with a polka dot top.  I can’t choose a favourite but Anya’s been eyeing the bear skirt and asking for it since Christmas so I know which one she favours.  Do you have a favourite?

Skirts featured:  feather print skirt | benslily floral skirt | bear print skirt

{all photo’s by ebabee}

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  • thefolia

    OMG, they are the cutest little skirts! I especially adore the fox one, I am trying to convince my husband to splurge on the “diaper changer” it’s a beautiful hand painted piece with the cutest little foxes…wish me luck on winning him over! What sizes are the skirts available in?

    • ebabee likes

      Splurge, splurge, splurge! Clearly I am the wrong person to talk to if you are looking to be sensible 🙂 Wishing you luck and if you get it, please send me a pic – it sounds so lovely. The smallest skirt size is 3-4 yrs.

  • thefolia

    We took the plunge and splurged on the piece. I was able to since we only spend $59 on the crib…it will take me a couple of weeks to get the nursery in order but I will feature it in my post. I am excited to do some shopping with your line when we reach that size!

    • ebabee likes

      Yay! Really looking forward to seeing your post on the nursery and the piece – I’m sure it will all be beautiful. I would love to add some baby clothes to my shop – if I find the right collections I am sure I will.

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