Oeuf Fall-Winter Collection: Fabulous Knits with a Surreal Twist

Kids went back to school this morning and surely the temperature indicated that the warm weather in New York is over. The brisk air, the whiter sunlight and a couple of leaves falling, were enough to make us think of long sleeves, pants and hats for the little ones.
We are fascinated with Oeuf's new fall-winter collection, so much that we even had a hard time narrowing down our picks for this post. We love everything about it and like every single style.
Abundance of goodness!! That's what we are finding in this line with its gorgeous knits, handcrafted by Bolivian artisans using 100% super-soft, hypoallergenic baby alpaca wool. 
Comfy designs, the collection includes many pullovers, tunic dresses, leggings, hoodies and cool accessories in classic neutral colors, perfect to mix and match endlessly.
Saving the best for last, the one thing that really gets us giggly about this collection is the whimsical, mix of funny and spooky theme. "Keep it Surreal" is the name of this line and without a doubt, Oeuf's creators totally  did. Gloves with open eyes, sweaters with glasses and moustaches, hoodies with bunny ears, attachables tails, and a bunch of playful accessories complete a stylish halloween look that no one would mind wearing through the rest of fall and winter... After all, wouldn't you like your little one to have an extra pair of eyes or ears to see youuuuu better, or to hear youuuuu better?? 

Oeuf Fall-Winter Collection available here.  


Mary said...

love this collection and the story behind it. I am just wondering if the clothes are Fair Trade Certified or the manufacturer in Bolivia is Fair Trade Certified? It is very important to really measure the impact this could be making in such a poor country as Bolivia.

Chittypulga said...

@Mary: Oeuf makes clear in their website that each piece from their collection is fair trade. They partner with indigenous women in Bolivia creating a sustainable flow of income for them and their children. Here is a link to their website in case you are interested:

Thanks for your comment :-)