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About DLG

Baby Nay owner Nay Khoubnazar spent years designing for little girls before expanding into equally adorable garments for boys in her DLG line. The collection, cleverly dubbed Da Lil Guys, features preppy button-downs, layered jumpers, and color-treated jeans. Most pieces, festooned with graphics like bulldogs and skulls, have a decidedly streetwise edge. The line is durably constructed to withstand serious play and boasts lead-free dyes, in compliance with safety regulations for children’s apparel.

Past Sales Featuring DLG

Sale Ended August 01, 2012

Baby Apparel Under $20

Expand your little one's wardrobe instantly with this too-cute-for-words collection of outfits, shoes, bloomers, onsies, and even socks for tiny feet. With prices like these, the items are going to sell out fast. Ready, set, shop!

Sale Ended July 21, 2010

DLG: Da Lil Guys

After first designing clothes for little girls, Baby Nay owner Nay Khoubnazar branched out into equally adorable styles for boys in her DLG line — short for Da Lil Guys. With bold graphics and durable construction, DLG pants, tees and rompers have a streetwise edge for tots who play hard. Basic cargo shorts withstand wear and tear, and are fun in green and blue plaid. Or send them out on the playground in one of the brand’s graphic crewneck tees: From tigers and zebras to rocket ships and pirates, there’s a graphic print here that every kid will love.

Sale Ended July 16, 2012

Boys' Apparel Under $25

Rough-and-tumble boys can wear out their outfits quickly, and our team kept that in mind when we chose this selection of boys' clothes (let the summer fun begin!). Everything in this sale can stand up to the ultimate level of wear and tear.

Sale Ended October 05, 2011

The Boys' Shop

For little boys, falls means playing in the leaves, throwing a ball around outside, climbing trees, and masterminding other outdoor adventures. With that in mind, Gilt's Children team has chosen a cozy array of separates that can stand up to their level of wear and tear: Think bright tees, casual denim, warm boots, and more.