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Lena Leggings

Lena (leen-a) is a very popular German girl's name that means "child of light."

$24.50

Sizes 3-6 M to 12

Pointelle Leggings

These incredibly soft leggings will match her favorite dresses and tunics.

$24.50

Sizes 3-6 M to 12

Winzige Tulpen Leggings

We saw winzige tulpen (tiny tulips) in most areas we visited in Germany.

$24.50

Sizes 3-6 M to 12

Dazzling Dot Leggings

Sparkling dots add personality to these essential leggings.

$24.50

Sizes 3-6 M to 12

Jugend Stripe Sweater Vest

Jugend (you-gend) means "youth" and was the name of a popular German magazine that featured famous Art Nouveau artists.

$39.00

Sizes 3-6 M to 12

Siegfried Striped Sweater Romper

Siegfried (zig-freed) is a German boy's name meaning "victorious." This romper makes dressing easy and gives baby winning style, too.

$69.00

Sizes 0-3 M to 18-24 M

Klaus Striped Bodysuit

Klaus is a German boy's name that means "leader in victory."

$26.50

Sizes 3-6 M to 18-24 M

Munchen Stripe Sweater

Munich (or M√ľnchen) is the capital and largest city of Bavaria, and it's home to BMW, the luxurious car company.

$59.00

Sizes 3-6 M to 12

Rodeln Stripe Happy Hoodie

Rodeln (sledding) is very popular in Germany, especially bobsledding, luge and skeleton sled.

$29.50

Sizes 3-6 M to 12

Rodeln Stripe Bodysuit

Rodeln (sledding) is very popular in Germany, especially bobsledding, luge and skeleton sled.

$22.50

Sizes 3-6 M to 18-24 M

Tux Stripe Piper Pants

A chic style for little citizens that looks great dressed up or down.

$42.00

Sizes 2 to 12

Eislaufen Stripe Pants

Eislaufen (ice-lauf-en) means "skating." The first German Figure Skating Championships were held in Munich in 1891.

$29.50

Sizes 2 to 12

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