What Indy Wore // Tractor of the Day from Hatley

Who doesn’t love tractors?? We certainly do here in the Make, Do & Push! household, so we were very happy to find a plethora of tractor clothes in our box of goodies from Hatley.

Hatley recently opened a brand new store in Chiswick; it’s their first ever store in the UK (having originated in Canada). The gorgeous brand aren’t unknown in the UK, however! You may recognise the name and distinctive style from independent boutiques and department stores.

Indy was sent this lovely two-part set made of 100% cotton.

hatley tractor review

hatley tractor review

The set is comprised of an awesome long-sleeved tee with contrasting sleeves in the Hatley tractor print.

The trousers are the ideal colour for rolling around on the floor and playing in.

hatley tractor review

The set is absolutely perfect for moving in, giving plenty of room and comfort for rolling and doing the caterpillar!

hatley tractor review

The two-part tractor set costs £22 and is available to buy on the Hatley website.

Next up in the land of tractors is this gorgeous fleece pramsuit, which is crazy soft!

hatley tractor review

My favourite thing about the suit are the fold-over mittens and booties! Such a fantastic feature and means that socks remain on and safe on chilly days.

The suit also has a cosy hood.

hatley tractor review

The tractor fleece bundler suit costs £33 and is available to buy on the Hatley website.

Finally, (it’s a good job we love tractors, isn’t it?) Indy was sent this wonderful tractor sleepsuit which is made from 100% cotton.

hatley tractor review

We’re big fans of Hatley pyjamas in our household, with Busby having owned a few pairs in her time, and this sleepsuit is no different.

hatley tractor review

I love the addition of the popper at the top of the suit so he can’t chew or get his fingers stuck in the zip.

The soles also have grips, which are super useful when he’s rolling and moving on our wooden floors, and will continue to be when he starts crawling (which I don’t think is too far away!).

hatley tractor review

The tractor sleepsuit costs £24, and isn’t currently available on the Hatley website, but can be found on a number of online boutiques.

All of the above products are machine washable and are fantastic quality! Pop over to the Hatley website with a cup of tea this nap time for a peruse – especially if you’re looking for special pyjamas for Christmas Eve boxes!

Hannah

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10 Comments

  1. 13th November 2015 / 6:53 am

    Tractors are awesome and Indy looks so cute all snuggled up. The big question though is whether they are going to make mummy pyjama trousers in tractor pattern to match!

    • 13th November 2015 / 9:29 am

      Can you imagine?? Ultimate twinning right there… we could get the whole family in them 😉 xx

    • 13th November 2015 / 9:29 am

      Thanks lovey xx

  2. 13th November 2015 / 10:28 am

    These look so cozy and great designs xx

    • 15th November 2015 / 8:56 pm

      So cosy!!!! xxx

  3. 13th November 2015 / 11:35 pm

    Oh that pram suit looks so cozy, perfect for the colder months. I’ve never heard of them before but they have some lovely designs. x #funkykidfriday

    • 15th November 2015 / 8:56 pm

      Definitely worth checking them out 🙂 They have some fab dino prints too which you’d like xxx

  4. 16th November 2015 / 11:57 am

    I love the sleepsuit. Ethan had a Hatley farm print sleepsuit as a baby. I loved it. They are quite long and skinny suits, aren’t they!

    Gorgeous pics as always! XX

    #FunkyKidFriday #FKF

  5. 17th November 2015 / 2:43 pm

    Awwww love his clothing! The sleepsuit looks so comfy and cosy

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