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About Bambeeno

Jennifer Fritz and Whitney O'Brien believe that “into every life, a little luxury must come.” To add “a little luxury” to the lives of our “little ones,” the two women created Bambeeno: a collection of 100% cashmere and cotton-blend sweaters, layettes, outerwear, and accessories for babies and kids up to age 12. Bambeeno uses only organic yarns and eco-friendly dyes to create its scallop-necked cardigans, striped crew-necks, zip-front hoodies, and other timeless separates. Many pieces feature hearts, ladybugs, dinosaurs, and other graphics that kids love. Since its founding in 2007, Bambeeno has become a favorite brand among fashion-forward moms and celebrity parents such as Katherine Heigl and Jessica Alba.

Past Sales Featuring Bambeeno & more

Sale Ended April 16, 2013

Pretty in Pastels

With spring comes a whole crop of new colors — purples, pinks, yellows, and greens take on lighter shades as the weather warms up. So give your child's wardrobe a burst of brightness with these dresses, polos, cardigans, and more.

Sale Ended January 03, 2011

Bambeeno Cashmere & More

This fall and beyond, swathe little ones in the plush comfort of these styles for kids. Pretty striped rompers join sweet separates like cozy layette pants and soft tops, from pastel-colored crewneck sweaters to featherweight cardigans to a sharp navy style with a shawl collar.

Sale Ended April 15, 2011

Spring Trends: Pretty in Pink!

Not every girl is a girly girl—but if your little style hound is, she'll find plenty to love in this pretty-in-pink selection. From loungewear and pajamas, to footwear and dresses, this adorable crop of basics and frills will keep her looking darling this spring and beyond.

Sale Ended February 22, 2013

Kids' Cashmere

There's still time to scoop up some cashmere for your little ones! This cuddly soft material helps kids feel warm on the coldest days of the year, so snag these little luxuries, including sweaters, dresses, scarves, and hats, before they get snatched up.