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Maybe you have a child of your own? Perhaps you have lots of nieces and nephews that you love to spoil. Worn by the likes of Harper Beckham and Prince George, Elephantito, a Key Biscayne-based luxury children's brand, has opened its first physical store in the heart of South Miami.
Currently, the brand is sold in over 100 high-end department stores and children's boutiques all over the world, including a few key kid's stores in Miami like Warm Hearts, Petit Amie, Peekaboo, and Bambini. At the Elephantito boutique, you'll be able to find the current collections of shoes, clothing and accessories, as well as silver jewelry for special occasions. The brand caters to babies, boys, and girls.
Elephantito defines its style as European clothing and shoes adapted to fit the All American lifestyle. Shoes are "Proudly Made in Peru," as their label states, each handmade by trained artisans on Italian machinery. Good quality yet affordable, most of the clothes and shoes cost between $40 and $100.
Can't make it to the store anytime soon? You can also order their products here, as well as a number of other shopping sites like Zappos and Bloomingdales.