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What the Children Wore // Snapshots of Tootsa SS17

Tootsa are one of my favourite childrenswear brands. They don’t have a designated girls and boys section on their website (which makes my heart sing with progressive unisex childrenswear happiness). Their clothes are alway so beautiful and boldly designed. And everything is ethically made! A few weeks ago we were very kindly sent a number of clothes for the children, which you’ve no doubt seen ALL over my Instagram feed. In fact, they sent so many clothes that not all of them  ...

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What Busby Wore // We Are Scamp

We Are Scamp have featured on the blog previously when Busby was about H-Bear’s age (*sob*)! So when Jennifer got in touch again, and asked me whether Busby would like one of their new sweaters, I was rather excited! We Are Scamp is a gorgeous business run by Jennifer and Stacey, who are sisters. Both creative mums (with five children between them!), they design, make and sell personalised goodies for all ages – and their sweaters are a new addition in the shop.

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What the Children Wore // Mini Medley

A few weeks ago, lovely Leigha from Mini Medley got in touch and asked me whether we’d be interested in featuring some of her beautiful clothes on What the Children Wore. I love dressing the children in bright, bold clothes – so my answer was very obviously yes! Leigha is based in a small village in Sussex, and hand-makes all of her garments. She started Mini Medley after wanting to create clothes that were a little bit different for her own children. Mini Medley doesn’t  ...

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What Busby Wore // The Princess and the Frock

I’ve admired The Princess and the Frock’s dresses from afar for a while now, but as I scrolled through Instagram on the train down to Sussex two weeks ago, this beautiful bee pinafore popped up on my feed… on sale. I deliberated for all of two seconds before I commented ‘SOLD’, as I knew it would be perfect for our very own buzzy Busby. And I haven’t been disappointed. The dress is a beautiful, lightweight cotton – with a thin cotton lining in  ...

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