ROCK N ROLL BABY!
Fashion and music always go hand and hand. Musicians not only make a statement with their songs but also with their styles. Even the ones that aren’t trying still look cool. Do you like buying cool styles for your kids? Well, look no further! Baby Rock Apparel will give your kids that rocker look! Baby Rock Apparel offers edgy rock styles for boys and girls. Their Web site is full of t-shirts, footwear, headwear, accessories and more. You can dress your kids in retro shirts from popular bands such as Pearl Jam, AC/DC, Run DMC, Jimi Hendrix and other bands you’ve probably rocked out to. These shirts are unique so your kid will probably be the only one on the block wearing these clothes. They’re fun, eye-catching and comfortable.
Teagan’s daddy is a drummer. So the “D is for Drums” t-shirt is definitely appropriate. We love the medieval style font and drum illustration. Teagan likes to point out the large D and and say “D is for drums”. The material is soft and 100% cotton. So far the shirt has held up to washing. There’s been no fading or loose seems. We layered this short sleeve shirt over a long sleeved shirt to give her extra warmth as that’s the style these days. Also, there is a black baby clothes section for those parents who want something outside of the usual pink or blue options.
Purchases for their apparel can be made on their site. Right now they’re offering free shipping on orders $50 or more. Baby Rock Apparel can also be found in boutiques in the United States, Canada and Europe. Check out their “Last Call” sale section for deals. The clothes are more than what I usually pay but the price is reflective of boutique rates.
Baby Rock Apparel donates a portion of its profits to The Pediatric Cancer Foundation. “Cancer has impacted our family like it has so many others, so we found it fitting to contribute to this great foundation to help kids”, says Kimberly Strayer, President of Baby Rock Apparel.
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