I’ve always had a thing for handbags and shoes, whilst I don’t own half as many I once did pre-children. Clothes on the other hand I am… well lacking in style. I often look at magazine, TV shows or window shopping thinking ‘oh that looks nice, but not on me‘. So I tend to buy for comfort and practicality, opting for something to quickly put on without fussing.
When it comes to dressing Roo and Tigger it’s a completely story. Having a girl first I was in my element with dressing her in cute outfits, matching dresses and tights and designer clothes. Mr Boo has never had much say in what clothes I have dressed Roo in, however when Tigger came along he suddenly has all these opinions on what he should wear.
Joseph M is one site I love to check out for designer kid’s clothing, they have a wide range from babies to 16 years. With our family holiday fast approaching I am starting to think about summer clothing (assuming that the sun is shining by then).
My love of shoes has clearly been passed onto Roo and I’m sure that she would love these Ugg sandals… I’d quite like a pair of these, shame they don’t do my size.
Billieblush is one label that I really like for their selection of gorgeous girls clothing and accessories.
Billieblush offers a collection befitting the lives of the little girls of today, who are sassy and stylish but never affected!
The Billieblush wardrobe accommodates all of a little girl’s big moments, combining comfort for everyday wear with sophistication for special occasions. Little modern-day princesses will find all the fashion codes that are dear to them, in keeping with the latest trends: a palette of luscious colours, a fun and funky graphic world, feminine details and girly accessories!
I’m especially loving this broderie anglaise summer dress and denim handbag.
As for Tigger, I pass any purchases past Mr Boo but I’m sure he’d love this BOSS kids racing car top…
I really wished I dressed half as well as Roo and Tigger, maybe one day I will gain a sense of style and treat myself to a whole new wardrobe of designer clothing (especially as Joseph M have a ladieswear section).
Do your children dress better than you?