Monday, June 3rd, 2013
Behind the fab shop Fable Baby you’ll find two Australian cousins: Phoebe & Prue. They founded Fable Baby in June 2012, combining their backgrounds in fashion and textiles to make adorable baby clothes that are nostalgic of times gone by – when baby clothes were lovingly made by hand and passed on from one baby to the next.
All the fabrics are organic or locally produced and hand-screenprinted. And then they’re fashioned into mini-wear that your little one would look lovely in…
These stupidly sweet garments are for little ones aged 0 to 2 years. So if you have a baby of that age, or know somebody who does, get yourself over to the shop!
Monday, May 6th, 2013
First and foremost Van Wright is a kids’ clothing company but what makes them a little bit different is they also offer matching clothing for the mums and dads too!
So if you want to be one of those super adorable families that wears matching outfits then you have to check them out! The clothes are also really modern and super bright too; fresh and fun :)
Here’s a little look at the different collections…
Le Kex collection
Small Talk collection
Van Wright are also working on other exciting products for your home and your children so to keep in the loop just subscribe to their newsletter.
And, just before I go, I need to share a story that I was reminded of whilst thinking about families donning the same clothes… the story of Donald & Nancy Featherstone from Massachusetts who have dressed alike for 32 of the 36 years they’ve been married. Read it! It’s adorable :)
Van Wright website
Contact Van Wright
Phone: +49 69 707 93 703
Monday, March 11th, 2013
Manchester-based Nell Smith makes stupidly adorable baby wear! She screenprints all the garments by hand and can even personalise them to include your child’s name. With cute hats, baby bibs and mini T-shirts all coming in at under £20 these would be a perfect gift for a newborn too. And if you want one yourself (like I do) Nell also welcomes custom orders. Yay!
Nell Smith website
Nell Smith Etsy shop
Nell Smith Blog