Entries Tagged as 'Latvian design'


August 9, 2013

"linen dresses for girls"I’m loving these simple, ethereal, soft silhouettes by Muku who I just discovered.  The muted colours, the loose shapes and that wonderful raw linen all come together so beautifully.  The clothes look so comfy that I can imagine them becoming firm favourites… you know, the kind of clothes that you wear and wear till they are threadbare.  Luckily Latvian based Muku also make similar clothes for mama’s so we can indulge too.  Simplicity always works for me and these clothes are so simple and wearable that they’re making me want Summer to stay forever.

"chunky knits for girls"Finally, finally we have a hint of summer here in London.  The sun is shining and we are wearing short sleeves and sunglasses.  While I am celebrating the desperately awaited arrival of the sun,  there is one Autumn/Winter collection I can’t resist sharing with you right now.  I know chunky knits and woolies are the furthest things from our minds but once you’ve seen this collection you’ll wish winter was back!

Paade Mode is a newish Latvian brand that makes clothes for boys and girls aged 0-8 years.  I’ve pictured a selection from the girls range but there are equally cool knits and more for the boys too.  In the girls collection I love the deep emerald greens and ruby reds that perfectly compliment the more neutral tones.  And the chunky knits paired with sheer, delicate skirts looks so cool.  The leggings in the collection too deserve a mention.  The Autumn/Winter collection like all the other collections, is designed to be dressed up or down so the clothes can be worn for an occasion or as everyday wear.  I visited Paade Mode’s site a few days ago because I wanted to order this dress for my daughter from the current collection.  But now that I’ve seen this newest collection, I don’t think I’ll be able to stop at just one dress!  This collection isn’t available yet but should be towards the end of the Summer.  Have a great weekend and enjoy the sunshine!

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