Entries Tagged as 'wovenplay'

"girls silk satin bikini"What’s not to love about this wonderful new collection by Wovenplay for Spring Summer 2013?  Full of understated drama and whimsy coupled with that magical touch that only Wovenplay can deliver.  This may be my favourite ever Wovenplay collection but then again I think that about every new collection of theirs.

"dressing up clothes for girls"In every collection I usually have a favourite piece but here I’m struggling to choose just one or even two pieces.  Everything is divine from the silk satin bikini to the orange stripey sunsuit.   Truly magical stuff…

"purple girls swimsuit"I’m off to dream about adding a little bit of Wovenplay magic to Anya’s wardrobe…

"wovenplay autumn winter 2013"

One of my absolute favourite brands from the States has to be Wovenplay.  Dreamy and theatrical clothes, filled with wonder and imagination is what you get from each collection and this latest Autumn/Winter 2012 one is no exception.  I’m loving the cape and the neon pink dotted through the collection.  Actually, who am I kidding… I’m loving it all.  That tutu dress with the electric blue top is so striking and I know if my daughter owned it she would never take it off!  Little girls love dressing up and with these clothes you can do just that everyday, not just at dressing up play times.  This new collection is available now from the wonderful Line + Liv boutique.

"dressing up clothes and tutus"

Wovenplay’s new Spring 2012 collection has arrived and once again it surpasses my high expectations.  I so adore this New York based clothing line which always offers lots of drama and whimsy.  The outfits are bordering on dressing up clothes but can still be worn anywhere and that’s what makes them so fun, so unique, so special. 

"dressing up outfits girls"

In this latest collection I’m loving the vibrant greens and luscious red pieces which have the wow factor.  There are also new feather headpieces in the collection… these headbands are something that feature in every collection and are accessories that any little girl would love.  Then there are the beautiful Jess Brown rag dolls wearing similar outfits and these too are hugely covetable like everything in the collection.  To check out these wonderful, dramatic clothes, head to Wovenplay.

"wovenplay clothes for children"

"wovenplay fall 2011 collection"

"wovenplay autumn winter 2011"

I’m a huge fan of Wovenplay and I always look out for their new collections.   With each new collection you also get a visual treat with their stunning photography.  All the collections I’ve seen have been shot on the streets of New York (I think).   I love the contrast of the soft clothes against the concrete urban setting that is New York.  I went looking for the latest Wovenplay Autumn Winter 2011 collection and fell in love all over again.  The clothes have all the drama and whimsy that I’ve come to expect of Wovenplay with pieces like the Jada suit, Prussian tutu and the Shark shorts on offer.  And then there are the feather head pieces which I adore and which any little girl would love.  You can check out the Wovenplay Autumn Winter 2011 collection on their site where you’ll also find a list of International stockists.

P.S. Have you checked out our 2011 Christmas gift guide?  We’ve started it but there’s lots more to come next week.

"wovenplay darger dress and feather headband"

I am deeply in lust with Wovenplay’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection.  Oh my god, what a dramatic, whimsical collection of clothes.  Hand made or hand finished in Manhattan, these clothes are way too cool for school.  Take the feathered headband or the moth outfit or the tiger cape even… the creativity is just incredible.  I love the theatre in the clothing and so will any kiddy that likes dressing up.  While inspired by the creativity of the past, Wovenplay are very modern and very today.  To get yourself some magic that is Wovenplay head to Orfeo Design who have a good selection and prices range from about £25 – £100.

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