Children's Fashion, Review

What the Children Wore // Growing up in House of Fraser

childrens clothes from house of fraser review

We’re having a fab time on our little escape to Sussex, which is why I’ve been a bit quiet on the blog for the past couple of weeks! We’ve been very busy, and (consequently) the children have gone to sleep absolutely shattered each night. Before we came away, the lovely folk at House of Fraser offered us some gorgeous items from their vast children’s clothing range to feature, and I had far too much fun perusing and choosing!

For Busby I opted for this divine t-shirt from Petit Bateau with the most darling Peter Pan collar. The t-shirt is a sort of raspberry-coral shade, and suits her colouring beautifully. I am absolutely in love with the beautiful polka-dot pattern, and am desperate for my own grown-up version of this tee!

childrens clothes from house of fraser review petit bateau t-shirt

Sadly the t-shirt only goes up to size 36 months, so I can’t buy her further sizes (sob), but this one should last her another few months as it’s still quite roomy.

childrens clothes from house of fraser review jumping

I also chose her a pair of Mango Kids jeans. I’ve only recently discovered Mango Kids, and have been so impressed with the good quality, reasonably priced garments, which are akin to those sold by Zara Kids. These skinny jeans are super soft and comfy; perfect for running, jumping and climbing in.

childrens clothes from house of fraser review petit bateau t-shirt

Busby’s jeans are size 4-5 years. I always tend to size up with Mango Kids (and Zara Kids), and would definitely recommend sizing up with these as they are on the smaller side.
childrens clothes from house of fraser review petit bateau t-shirt

Busby looks so grown up in this lovely outfit, and I adore it!

For H-Bear, I chose this gorgeous jumper from Name It. It’s so soft, and I love the design (as does Nick – who often wishes he could be the next Tim Peake!).

childrens clothes from house of fraser review astronaut jumper

childrens clothes from house of fraser review astronaut jumper

H-Bear is wearing size 12-18 months, which is on the larger side from him (there’s lots of growing room!). I love the various colours of the jumper, which make it so easy to coordinate the rest of his outfit with.

childrens clothes from house of fraser review astronaut jumper

Busby’s t-shirt retails at £23 and her jeans at £15.99. H-Bear’s jumper retails at £17. All of the above items can be found on the House of Fraser website in the Kids Clothing section (and shh! They have a sale on at the moment!!).

Hannah

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*I received the above items for the purpose of this post. All views and opinions expressed in this post are my own.*
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4 Comments

  1. Katy (What Katy Said)

    13th July 2016 at 9:38 am

    Oh alllll the heart eyes for that collar!! So gorgeous. Loving that sweater too! x

  2. Wave to Mummy

    15th July 2016 at 8:27 am

    Really cute! I have always liked HoF selection in kids clothes, they have such great variety. That collar is just really cute 🙂

    Thank you for hosting #funkykidfriday 🙂 And have a great time on your holiday!

  3. The Gifted Gabber

    15th July 2016 at 2:05 pm

    Oh, my!! I’m a sucker for a Peter Pan collar! Darling! And the polka dot pattern is just perfect. I’ve been away from Funky Kid Friday for a month or so as I took a little break from writing my What We Wore posts during the first month of my summer break. Glad to be back this week! – Amy @ http://thegiftedgabber.com/polleras/

  4. Baby Isabella

    17th July 2016 at 9:54 pm

    This is the second time we’ve seen a Peter Pan collar pop up on a kids style round-up this week! They are gorgeous! We love the ones from Mini Boden! I wish I could be Tim Peake as well!! 😉 xx *Whooooosh* #FunkyKidFriday

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