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What Busby Wore // Po-Zu Star Wars Kids Shoes

I’ve come to the conclusion that kids have the best shoes. Why can’t I get away with wearing shoes with rabbit ears? Or frog faces? Or even BB-8, like these awesome ones from Po-Zu? Actually, I could definitely get away with these (and they make them in my size)! Ethical shoe company Po-Zu have collaborated with Disney (under license with Lucasfilm/Disney), to bring you this amazing collection of Star Wars inspired shoes. 

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What the Children Wore // Muddy Puddles AW17

We love wonderful outdoorswear brand Muddy Puddles here at Make, Do & Push! HQ, so I’m very excited to bring you another Muddy Puddles What the Children Wore post for autumn/winter 2017. The children were sent matching Puddleflex jackets in yellow, and matching Puddlestomper yellow lightning bolt wellies. Twinning is winning after all! We put them to the test last week on our adventure to the National Trust’s beautiful property in West Yorkshire – Nostell Priory. The  ...

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What the Children Wore // Mini Medley

We first featured Mini Medley back in June this year. Handmade in Sussex by mum of three, Leigha, Mini Medley’s clothes are all so vibrant and super comfortable for playing in. The quality is always outstanding and the children love wearing Leigha’s playful designs. Last month Leigha launched a range of clothes in her own exclusive Mini Medley fabrics, and the children were lucky enough to be sent a couple of items from the beautiful new range.

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What the Children Wore // JoJo Maman Bébé AW17

We are huge fans of JoJo Maman Bébé childrenswear here at Make, Do & Push! HQ. Their clothes are always so classically designed and incredible quality. So when a package arrived on the doorstep containing garments from their amazing autumn/winter ’17 range, I couldn’t wait for the weather to cool so we could start wearing them! Thankfully the weather in the Lake District was rather autumnal and chilly (hoorah for woollies!), so we put the clothes to the test on our holiday  ...

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