Entries Tagged as 'European clothes for children'

"European kids clothing shop"

Today I’m excited to introduce you to Walking the Cat, my newest sponsor and a very cool kids wear boutique from Germany.   Walking the Cat are a new online shop filled with some of my favourite brands like Bobo Choses, Louise Misha, Soft Gallery, Tocoto Vintage and more.  The founder Daria is crazy about kids fashion and it shows from her lovely selections.

"tights for boys"

Walking the Cat have clothes and accessories for boys, girls and babies.  One of their standout brands for me is Little Titans who make cool and colourful tights for boys as well as girls.  Who said tights are just for girls?!  Walking the Cat are new so they’re still adding labels to their range and one of their latest additions is Buho, a gorgeous brand from Spain.  While I have my favourites, all their brands are slightly unusual and very stylish yet very practical and comfy for kids too.  Walking the Cat, just like the name suggests, is a fun store with a cool attitude and they deliver worldwide too. 

'kids bedlinen with geometric shapes"A few days ago I came across some kids bedding by Oh My Kids from Belgium and I was smitten.  Their simple aesthetic of lots of white with tiny bits of colour really appealed to me.  Also, I just adore the random scattering of little shapes which extends across most of their designs.  I need to start looking for new bedlinen for Anya soon, and this is definitely going on my shortlist.

"european clothes for kids"I soon discovered that Oh My Kids also create handmade clothes for kids which include dresses, skirts, sweatshirts and leggings.  I’m not normally a sweatshirts and leggings kind of gal but these ones are an exception.  They’re so simple, stylish and fun.  And that little balloon skirt… too cute!

And before I go, have you entered our fab giveaway?

Simple French style…

September 11, 2012

"French clothes for babies"

In recent years baby and children’s clothing has evolved a lot and it’s so refreshing to see.  Gone are the days where everything had to be pink, blue and fussy… thankfully!  There are new stylish shops popping up everywhere especially Europe and it’s these little independents that I love discovering.  My latest find is mie (ito)… a French store that makes beautifully simple clothes for 0-6 year olds in small quantities.

"french clothes for kids"

Often times the simpler the clothes, the better they look.  I guess I am a minimalist at heart so this collection really appeals to me and I love the hint of embellishment that some of the pieces have.  Also on offer are some accessories like the black and white striped garland and some lovely bibs.  From reading their blog I gathered that mie (ito) may start a bedding line soon and I can’t wait to see it.

"italian clothes babies"

A few weeks ago I shared the brand new Tree House collection for babies by Anja Schwerbrock and what a collection it was… minimal, European style at it’s absolute best.  Today I have another amazing baby and kids collection to share.  It’s European, it’s minimal and ever so chic.  From Italy, Minimu had me swooning from the second I laid eyes on their offerings which include beautiful dresses, tops, trousers, baby rompers and more.

"italian clothes for kids"

The styles are simple often embellished with a subtle ruffle or a contrasting tie detail or even a sweet bow.  Then there are the adorable polka dot prints in deep maroon, soft lilac and pale grey.  The clothes look comfortable and easy to wear yet really pack a style punch.  That’s exactly what kids clothes should be about.  There’s no fuss here, just exquisite style that’s clean and effortless and very pleasing to the eye.  Minimu don’t sell online but I’m sure you can contact them for stockists.

"exquisite baby clothes belgium"

I opened my inbox one fine day in April and found a message about a new baby collection.  I took a look and my jaw dropped… before me was an absolutely exquisite range of baby clothes called ‘Tree House’ by Belgian designer Anja Schwerbrock.  I then filed away the email so carefully that I couldn’t find it again despite looking frantically.  Last night, much to my utter delight, I stumbled across it so here it is for you to see (before I lose it again!).  I hope you love it as much as I do.

"exquisite european baby clothes"This baby collection is all about simplicity that oozes classy style.  Colours are muted, styles are minimal and together they create a range full of elegance and sophistication that can often be lacking in baby clothes.  I’ve pictured nearly all the pieces because each one is so beautiful, yet so wearable.  I’m absolutely adoring the navy jumpsuit with tie detail as well as the grey dress.  Anja also creates clothes for women and those are no less stunning.  This is her new venture in to the world of baby clothes and I for one, can’t wait to see her next collection.  You can visit Anja Schwerbrock to see all the pieces and while you’re there do take a look at the photo’s of her store in Antwerp… another stunner!  This lady certainly has a sense of style second to none.  There is no online store yet but it’s coming soon. 

"scandinavian kids clothes"

If you drop by often, you’ll know I have a huge amount of love in my heart for Scandinavian kids fashion.  Sometimes it’s understated,  sometimes a bit edgy or quirky but always seriously stylish.  My sponsor Scandinavian Minimall has the best of bunch at her online boutique where she brings us hugely covetable brands like Pale Cloud, Livly, Monamici, Norlie, Shirin Kids and so much more.  The thinking behind Scandinavian Minimall is to bring us the best of Scandinavian style but that doesn’t mean just Scandi brands… it’s any brand that represents the whole Scandi style ethos.

"scandinavian fashion for kids"

Gabrielle, the mama behind the boutique has recently introduced a small toys and decor collection which includes Lucky Boy Sunday and Blafre, two brands that I adore.  But this boutique is mostly about the delicious clothes it offers and their latest Spring Summer 2012 collection lives up to the high standards I’ve come to expect.  I’ve visited a pop-up sale that Scandinavian Minimall had in London and I felt like a kid in a candy store.  The clothes were just stunning and I couldn’t resist indulging!  To check out the entire collection visit Scandinavian Minimall.

"Dominique Ver Eecke childrens collection"

"dominique ver eecke childrens clothes"

"dominique ver eecke kids collection"

While browsing the Spanish online boutique Nobodinoz, I discovered Dominique Ver Eecke.  I was instantly drawn to the wonderful children’s clothes that this Belgian designer creates.  The clothes are bright and colourful, the prints playful and fun with a vintage vibe running through the creations.  On offer are quirky dresses, skirts and cardi’s for the girls and shirts and trousers for the boys.  I’m loving that all the pieces are statement’s in themselves but still work beautifully well together.  Truly unique stuff.  The photography too deserves more than a mention.  The settings, the backdrops, the colours, all of it comes together for a magnificent feast for the eyes.  You can find Dominique Ver Eecke’s children’s collection at Nobodinoz or Zoenkids, both of whom have a different pieces and ship internationally.

P.S. Have you seen our 2011 Christmas gift guide for the kiddies?

I’m so excited to introduce Scandinavian Minimall as my newest sponsor.  And in even more exciting news, Scandinavian Minimall have generously offered an amazing giveaway.  And I do mean amazing!  Read on for all the details.

"livly scandinavian kids fashion"

THE GIVEAWAY:  We’re giving one lucky reader this absolutely gorgeous and super stylish dress by Livly which is pictured above (size: winner can choose size 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 yrs).  Livly is a new children’s clothing brand from Sweden which is sold exclusively at Scandinavian Minimall in the UK.  Livly clothes are designed with quality in mind, with lots of playful-ness and bags of style too.  This is their very first collection and it’s already been featured in Italian Vogue, Swedish mums style mag ‘Mama’ and many more style websites.  Any mamas with a penchant for kid’s style, you won’t be able to help but fall in love with Livly.  And this is your fantastic chance to win the absolutely stunning Minou dress.  {All details of how to enter at the bottom of this post}.

"scandinavian clothes for children"

Scandinavian Minimall is a new(ish) kids boutique, still in it’s first year.  Started by talented mama Gabrielle Sprang from Sweden who now lives in the UK, Gabrielle was keen to bring cutting edge Scandi kids style to the UK.  She has achieved just that by offering brands like Mini Rodini, Norlie, Swedish Hasbeens and Petite by Sophie Schnoor which represent the best of Scandi kids fashion.  But Gabrielle doesn’t stop there.  She also brings us brands that represent the whole Scandi style ethos even if they’re not from Scandinavia.  In short, Scandinavian Minimall is a hot spot for mini fashion.  It’s no secret that I’m a massive fan of Scandi style… they just seem to get it.  The result is often effortless style that is simple yet stunning, very much like the dress we’re giving you a chance to win.  You can visit Scandinavian Minimall to check out the rest of their beautiful collection.

GIVEAWAY ENTRY DETAILS:  For your chance to win the Livly Minou dress worth £63, just leave a comment below.  Say hi or whatever you like but keep it nice! One comment per person.  Entry is open to all my readers no matter where you live.  The competition closes at midnight (UK time) on Sunday November 6th.  Any entries after this time will not be counted.  The winner will be announced on Tuesday November 8th on our facebook page.  Good luck!

UPDATE:  This giveaway is now closed.  The winner is Juliet… congrats Juliet!  The winner was picked at random.org.  All details of this and all our future giveaways will be on our facebook page.  Big thanks to everyone who entered and massive thanks to Scandinavian Minimall.

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