Busy And The Boy
I came across this lovely store on Instagram and loved the beautiful clothes featured in their photos. I was thrilled when we were sent a couple of pieces to try, in particular this coat by Mini A Ture.
The coat is quite lightweight and more of a raincoat, so it is perfect for the Spring weather and our common April showers. I love the chevron design and the colour makes it perfect for boy and girls. There is a zip and poppers and a lovely hood on the back with a peak detail on the top.
Miss H has worn this quite a few time on days out now and she loves it, often requesting it as we leave the house. It has kept her warm enough when her thick winter coat wasn't necessary and of course it looks great! This coat retails at £35 which for a coat of such great quality I really don't think it's a bad price at all.
Our second piece from Busy And The Boy was for Little J and is this fun, summery vest by Indikidual. J has owned quite a few pieces from Individual, usually their gorgeous leggings, so I knew the quality was top end. It's hard to tell from the photos but the green spots have a neon pop and the yellow pocket adds an extra bright element, and I cannot wait to see this on him on our hols. This top is £22.
When I came across Willow London I fell in love with their handmade clothes. They are a new team of two mums producing kids' clothes totally handmade in small quantities using organic cotton. They choose fresh and quirky prints, in high quality fabric, combine them with classic cuts, and give them their own special Willow twist. I've owned handmade clothes before but I was really impressed with the quality of the skirt and I really loved the teal feather material. Their organic cotton fabrics mean the patterns stay in great condition as well as being super soft on the skin. When you buy a skirt you can also choose to add a trim or embellishment, which is a nice little touch.
The skirt is so lovely, and with an elasticated waist it fit Miss H's teeny frame really well - I love the shape that ever so slightly billows out as she twirled. The skirt and headband sell at £30, however until the end of April they are offering them for the price of £25 so do hurry and get a great deal!
Last but most definitely not least is the gorgeous online boutique Kyna Boutique. I have bought many a piece from Jenny and her lovely store and when I saw she had added Gardner and the Gang to her range I was in love. I adore the Patsy dress featuring playful pink horses, however decided to give their signature print, Bolt, a try and opted for a pair of their leggings, as I figured I can pass them down to Little J once H has grown out of these.
The leggings are really soft and H seems super comfortable in them. She has worn them quite a few times now and although they are white they are really durable - she has crawled all over a play centre in them and they still look like new.
They are made from organic cotton and have an elasticated waist and ankles so fit wonderfully. The leggings are £22, however Kyna are offering you, the readers, a discount of 20% using the code HOLLYBOBBS at checkout (can be used on any Gardener & The Gang purchase)!
If you want to see more on these items and how I styled them, have a look at the video below of our little lookbook.
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