Entries Tagged as 'hair bands'

"kids imaginative play"If I was asked to describe the world through a childs eyes I think I would say it’s a place where anything is possible, where every little experience becomes an epic adventure, where you can go from being a princess to a dragon in the space of a second.   Full of magic and fairytales, a child’s world is enchanting.  And this new little boutique captures that spirit so well. "girls clothes hair accessories"Leuie has clothes, toys and accessories that fit perfectly in a world where imagination and creativity rule, in a world where each day is an adventure.  From whimsical mobiles to beautiful hair accessories, there’s a little bit of magic in every piece sold in this store.  And they’re currently having their Summer sale so you can get a nice little discount too.  Each time I visit Leuie, I really feel like I want to be a kid again… if only!

Felt sweeties…

March 11, 2013

"felt necklaces for girls"Being Indian, I visit India often as I have loads of family there including my parents.  For me, shopping and eating are always at the top of the agenda in India because I love doing both.  As far as the shopping is concerned, I never really indulge in expensive stuff but instead it’s always about picking up unusual little trinkets and treasures for the home or to wear.  The one thing I never leave India without is a load of bangles, bindi’s and necklaces for my daughter Anya.  She absolutely loves her accessories and will often load up her arms with 20-30 bangles at a time!  Last time we were there we picked up a gorgeous fabric necklace for her which has now become an absolute favourite of mine and Anya’s.  India is a great place to buy colourful and unusual jewellery for kids but since I don’t live there I’m always looking for other avenues too.  And my latest finds are these super sweet handmade necklaces, hair clips and hair ties by Homako.

"pastel hair clips girls"Based in LA, Yoko hand makes all these gorgeous accessories with a definite Japanese vibe to them which isn’t surprising as Yoko is originally from Japan.  I love the soft pastel colours which are perfectly complimented with dark stripes and little unexpected details like the pearls and baubles.  The necklaces are strung on ribbons finished with little coloured felt dots that are such a pretty addition.  Yoko makes jewellery for adults as well but a lot of the kids’ range is designed for mum and daughter to share.  You can get these sweet necklaces and hair accessories at Homako but Yoko has also created an exclusive and beautiful range for the lovely online boutique Minikin which is also very worth checking out.

mama & baby…

July 5, 2012

"handmade hairband for girls"

This week’s picks for mama & baby… let mama wear these eye-catching embroidered thong sandals while baby makes a style statement in that dramatic hand made hairband.

"Namhee hairclips, hairbands for children"

I have a very soft spot for girly accessories as long as they’re free from over embellished frilly-ness.  So naturally when I saw the oh so pretty creations by Namhee I was hooked.  For any girl with a girly side, these are irresistible.  Hairbands, bracelets, necklaces, hairpins and brooches all draped in the most gorgeous liberty-esque fabrics and many adorned with a sweet little birdie is what Namhee offer for the girls.  The little bird brooches are just so lovely and I can see them adding bags of style to cardi’s, coats, dresses and tee’s.  All these wonderful accessories are hand sewn and hand finished and come in a range of colours from bold fuchsias to aqua blues and forest greens.  Many have flower prints but there are checks and polka dots too.  Today I’ve lusted after Namhee’s hair accessories and jewellery for girls but there are other offerings that are equally delectable… more on that another day.  For now, to get these beauties for your little girl head to Atsuyo et Akiko (which is a whole other post!).  The Namhee accessories cost from $16 and Atsuyo et Akiko ship internationally on request. 

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