I will not lie, shopping for clothes is actually something I very much enjoy (as opposed to the weekly grocery shop). I used to browse the high street stores quite regularly, but since becoming a mum and going back to work, I don’t have as much time to do so. I now mainly clothes shop online in the evenings from the comfort of our sofa (ah – bliss!). Our little girl had a real growth spurt lately and is outgrowing her clothes so very quickly. She also has her very own fashion sense and loves loves choosing which outfits to wear. She will quite often ask me: “Does this match, mummy?” (yes, definitely a mini-me!). We buy most of her clothing from either Gap, Next or H&M (I am obsessed with their kids ranges). A few days ago, I received an email from Farfetch, the online destination for the world’s best boutiques, about the recent launch of their kids wear range. As part of their launch campaign, they sent us this gorgeous colouring poster designed by illustrator Will Broome. My little girl loves this poster and was engrossed in her colouring for quite some time. After she finished her masterpiece, my little fashionista and I had a good look through the Farfetch website and chose these pieces as our most favourite ones (the decision, however, wasn’t easy – the clothes are all stunning).
Dolce and Gabbana Kida lemon print brocade dress
MSGM Kids sequin bird T-Shirt
Moshino Kids graphic rose print dress
Yound Versace Medusa stud printed T-Shirt
Rykiel Enfant polo dress
Stella McCartney Kids „Zachary“ Skirt
These items come with a certain price tag and I wouldn’t kit my little girl out completely in designer clothing, but there is nothing wrong with owning one or two statement pieces.