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It could be argued that this post would have served well in the Summer Holidays but now Autumn is settling in, raincoats (and wellies) will be making a more regular appearance. Puddles to jump in are an essential part of childhood so these pieces may, just may help save the little darlings clothing underneath from getting well and truly soaked.

kid's raincoats

Pac-a-mac by Muddy Puddles x The Bright Company – a bargain price at the moment and perfect for storing in the car for rainy day emergencies (it’s where I keep the boys’ ones!)

kids raincoats

Fox Fishman’s Jacket by Jojo Mama Bebe – for the kid who just loves nature this adorable raincoat even has a fox’s tail printed on the back.

kid's raincoats

Iconic Waxed Raincoat by Petit Bateau – so recognisable and a firm favourite. The bright yellow makes your little one easy to spot as they dash off into the distance.

kid's raincoats

Ecosplash Jacket by Muddy Puddles – Muddy Puddles is always a good place to find every type of necessary outdoor item for little ones and this space print makes for a perfect print for explorers.

kid's raincoats

Rubberised Raincoat with Faux Fur Lining by Zara – a classic look with the warm lining for colder days.

kid's raincoats

Raindance Waterproof Rubber Coat by Joules – the bright pink against the pale blue add colour to a rainy day…and a star print? Big tick.

kid's raincoats

Pico Raincoat by Mini Rodini – Mini Rodini’s pieces are made to last and are always of fabulous quality. This unisex coat will withstand playful mischief ready for the next sibling to enjoy.

kid's raincoats

Coast Jacket by Sways at Scout & Co – I adore this raincoat in the soft powder pink and metal hardware finishes. A piece which will last and can be passed down. Also available in black.

kids raincoats

All Weather Waterproof Jacket by Boden – bright and cheerful with a retro feel.

kid's raincoats

Zipped Through Jacket with Stormwear by Marks & Spencer – simple and sleek with the flash of neon yellow in the lining.

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