As the leaves start to turn and the trees are becoming gold, red and green all intermingled we can start thinking about cosy fashion not only for ourselves but for the little ones as they scamper about discovering acorns, hedgehogs (we’ve already seen one in our garden!) and the joy of jumping in fallen leaves. Here are just a few pieces which reflect what nature has to offer the kids and fashion they can wear whilst at rest or play.
Fox print jogger leggings and sweatshirt by Tobias & The Bear – Teddy wore quite a bit of Tobias & The Bear when he was smaller and they washed so well and were so comfortable for him to get about in. This graphic fox print is a signature design of the label and has been reworked for the new season.
Chelsea boot by Anglus – this boot will stand the test of time as well as the test you little one will put them through. Great for passing down to siblings these boots will only look better with age.
Blue Mushroom Dress by Nadadelazos – team with the Anglus Chelsea boots and tights for a very Autumnal look for your stylish little lady.
Francoise Dress by Apolina Garnet – I want this dress in my size please. How gorgeous is this design?
Morning Sea Intarsia Jumper by Bobo Choses – I won’t lie, this is not a cheap jumper but any Bobo Choses pieces we have had have lasted two boys and have been put away for the new arrivals. Amazing quality and the Autumnal mustard yellow would look great teamed with navy.
Bobbi Salopettes by Phil & Phae – these are perfect for comfortable, cold day dressing. From adventures on an Autumnal walk to relaxing with a hot chocolate afterwards, these will be a favourite.
Wild Adventure Crew Jumper by Boden – this jumper would look great teamed with green or rust coloured cords.
Twill Jeans by Zara – these jeans in a dark green will go perfectly with the Boden jumper or the Bobo Choses knit. Team with the Anglus boots and its a whole outfit for Autumn.
Knee High Socks by Monbebe – these rich Autumn colours will keep little legs toasty warm as the cooler temperatures creep in.