THAWING part II …The Boys. 

A few staples that will see your kids through this awkward time of year and will still be going strong come August.

I love putting together boys styles. I love how things can be so simple but look so cool. Here’s my pick of  fuss free, stylish and most importantly, practical pieces for your little guys. The beauty of all these items is that they can be mixed and matched, dressed up and down. A capsule wardrobe!!

  1. Gap baseball tee £8.95
  2. Verbaudet trousers £19
  3. Gap cardigan £19.99
  4. new balance trainers £37.84
  5. Marks & Spencer boots £28
  6. Zara coat £27.99
  7. Verbaudet cardigan £17
  8. Zara shirt £12.99
  9. Zara trousers £12.99

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                THAWING


As the weather starts to brighten up, here’s a quick guide on how to dress your kids during the winter- spring transition 

It’s another beautiful sunny day, we all have a spring in our step and it feels as though we’re on the verge of being able to ditch those thick winter coats. Thank goodness!

But, it’s that time of year when it’s sunny and mild but can still be very cold and so unpredictable. You can head out for the day with your kids totally bundled up and by midday everyone is far too warm. You spend the rest of afternoon fumbling around under everyone’s things and resembling a bag lady. Not a good look.

So, here are a few staples that will see your kids through this awkward time of year and will still be going strong come August.

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BEST DRESSED (mini) WEDDING GUESTS

A friend recently called me up in a panic. She had a family wedding coming up and had NOTHING to wear. This time she wasn’t talking about her own outfit. At this time of year the stores are awash with beautiful dresses, hats, shoes, you name it. The high street has wedding season covered..but not for kids. Surprise surprise.

Unable to find anything stylish and smart to dress her little girl and boy in she was stressing out that she was going to have to resort to “formal wear” (heaven forbid).

I personally can’t stand seeing really little kids looking too formal. They have their whole lives to wear suits and ties, it’s so very uncomfortable and just looks and feels wrong.

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