Your little girls and boys can look like “Exotic Charms” in the new 2010 little maven by Tori Spelling collection. With boys tees starting as low as $28 and shorts starting at $14, your little monkey can swing from the trees with delight! Don’t worry girls, little maven by Tori Spelling also has great pieces in their collection for you too! Little buggies can twirl around the summer sun wearing their Medallion Print Tiered Sundress priced at $68. Both collections are available in sizes from 6/9 months to 6x for girls, and 7 for boys.
About little maven by Tori Spelling:
As a working actress and Los Angeles native, Tori Spelling has always been known for her distinct sense of style. With her new role as mother to Liam and Stella and the release of her second memoir, Mommywood, Tori is now keen on sharing her vision for stylish living with mothers everywhere. She firmly believes that this vision should not be compromised when it comes to her family. This led her to the realization that there is need for inspired, yet accessible, clothing for infants and toddlers.
Tori’s vision for little maven is defined by modern Hollywood living. This combination of Hollywood chic and seaside casual has created a style unique to the line, mixing elements of resort, such as vibrant colors and bold prints, with more distinct expressions of Hollywood vintage and glamour. little maven features fun, young and incredibly versatile designs. Tori has inspired a line that is truly chic and iconic. To learn more about little maven, visit www.littlemaven.com.
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