Sunday, November 27, 2011

2011 Holiday Gift Guide: tea collection's HOLIDAY clothing {Review & $50 Gift Certificate Giveaway}

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If you are looking for the perfect holiday children's clothing for your kids this season, look no further than Tea. With their approach to fun and exciting prints, {ace} will be dressed extra fashionable and to the nines this year! 

About Tea

Founded in 2002, Tea, based in San Francisco, designs distinctive Kid's Clothes as well as women's clothing that is inspired by the beauty they discover in their travels around the world.

From the art of traditional Korean patchwork to the graphic boldness of Brazilian street graffiti, Tea designers interpret their discoveries into beautiful, modern and consummately wearable Children's Clothing for ages 0-12. 

ace and friends thoughts

Tea Collection’s amazing holiday lines continue to be inspired by their latest destination: Modern Mexico. Their inspiration travels are shared through a series of photos and stories that translate into their new holiday clothing line. Lots of fun. Lots of Sparkle. Everything necessary for the perfect holiday outfit. The Girl’s collection has a decidedly Modern Mexico accent while the boy’s pieces are outfitted in super stripes and the magical spirit of Mayan jaguars.
On girls: Cecila Crinkle Dress with Sparkle Stripe Mockneck, Frita Flora Dress with Tres Pico Turtleneck;On {c}Pedro Pullover Sweater, Chapultepec Polo and Carrot Fit Cords

Each piece of clothing is always made with exceptionally soft material that I have grown to love from Tea.  In addition to the super soft material, the design and quality are continually apparent in this year's holiday collections.

My little dude looked so grown up in his Pedro Pullover Sweater, Chapultepec Polo and Carrot Fit Cords. He said he felt and looked like {daddy}. In addition to looking extra handsome, he was also warm and cozy. I just love that about Tea's clothing.  {a} and {e} looked so sweet in their adorable outfits including: Cecila Crinkle Dress with Sparkle Stripe Mockneck, Frita Flora Dress with Tres Pico Turtleneck, Jacarandá Wrap Dress with Flores Pequeñas Leggings and Que Bonita Wrap Dress.

on girls: Jacarandá Wrap Dress with Flores Pequeñas Leggings and Que Bonita Wrap Dress.

What I truly love about Tea is their introduction of new styles and gorgeous prints with each new season. Tea's creativity never ceases to amaze! Their attention to every detail is what makes Tea one of my favorite kid's clothing designers.

If you are in the market for the perfect mix and match collection (which, as I've mentioned before, is one of my favorite things about Tea) for everyday wear or to dress up for that holiday extravaganza, look no further than Tea!

Don't you think that these beautiful prints and comfortable styles will make for one adorable holiday photo. Now... the problem is.... which outfit shall I choose for the cards? PLEASE HELP... which would you choose?

Buy It

Tea is available at, in specialty and department stores, including Nordstrom, Bloomingdales, Saks Fifth Avenue, and more than 300 high-end children’s boutiques in the U.S., Canada and Australia.

Win It

Thanks to the Tea, one LUCKY ace and friends reader will win
a $50 Gift Certificate to spend on their favorite styles!

[Product review & giveaway disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free from the manufacturer of a PR Agency. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising." See ace and friends Disclosure Policy HERE.]
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faewings25 said...

great looking kids & clothes! <3

Naomi said...

Those clothes are SO CUTE! I wish my kids were smaller so they would fit...

eve2570 said...

I love tea collection, it is my number one brand for my sons clothing. They have the best customer service. Thank you for the chance at winning this great prize.
Carmen Van Deursen