Lucky Palm Tree: Luxury organic baby clothes that make you happy to have a baby to shop for.

Lucky Palm Tree organic baby clothes | Cool Mom Picks

Well, here I go again. After five years of heavy spousal debate we are expecting a brand new bundle of girlie joy this winter.

And YES that counts as my big announcement!

We are ecstatic, but we’re finding ourselves in the position of shopping for baby clothes again, only this time for super warm ones that our summer baby never needed. Luckily I found a treasure trove right away at Lucky Palm Tree. And if you hurry, some of it is on sale. Which is great. Because I did say luxury.

Lucky Palm Tree features fresh and adorable organic threads for babies and toddlers that have me feeling extra dreamy about my little girl’s arrival. The designs in this charming collection are witty and fun, the obvious result of owner and designer Katie Lee’s talent and 15 years in the fashion industry. And I love that they’re all handcrafted right in the USA, made in partnership with local families and businesses around New York.

 

Lucky Palm Tree rainbow arrows onesie | Cool Mom Picks

Retro camper organic baby blanket from Lucky Palm Tree

Lucky Palm Tree alligator onesie for babies

Organic cotton arrows baby blanket from Lucky Palm Tree

Lucky Palm Tree Diamond Pants for baby

Lucky Palm Tree Heart Beanie | Cool Mom Picks

I am cooing over her straight up funky and original patterns. Arrows, bicycles, anchors, horses–they are all so different and fun. Even classic patterns like hearts and stars feel fresh here. Besides, I am a sucker for anything extra soft and cozy, and these tiny duds are all about cool comfort. Like my baby will be.

Take a visit over to Lucky Palm Tree for adorable luxury organic cotton baby clothes including onesies, leggings, beanies, blankets and more. Look for lots of items on sale right now including the short-sleeved one pieces shown here; and get free US shipping on orders $75+ ($150+ for Canada shipping).

Stephanie M.

Stephanie Mayers is entrenched in the kindie rock industry, a former gallery manager, and a self-proclaimed foodie who doesn’t get out to eat much. (Darn you, parenthood.)

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