minis Fashion | Rainy Day Coats

Wow, when will the rain end? Despite the wind and rain I am finding the kids still venture out to find branches which have blown off trees to build dens with and to simply breathe in the fresh air, run about and dash in for a hot chocolate. With all this wet weather it got me looking at coats for the kids and here are a few which I think would brighten up a grey day.

Country Jacket by Mini Rodini-adding a cool twist to a heritage style, this coat will see the minis through many adventures.

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Rubberised Parka by Zara – Love a yellow raincoat. it makes the rain seems less blurgh plus it’s easy to spot your little one in it!

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Fleece Lined Coat by Mini A Ture – I adore this brand. Hettie has had a couple coats and they are beautifully made and I have found they have last for a couple of yers size-wise (if not a bit longer). There are more grown-up versions for bigger kids which I equally love and are currently in the sale (see here).

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Cosy Waterproof Coat with Sausage Dogs and All Weather Camouflage Coat by Boden – Boden always make a good coat and these will provide protection from all kinds of weather. In fact, their ski jackets and trousers are great for hitting the slopes in this Easter. I also think their pack away cosy puffers are a good purchase for British weather.Keep int eh car for any eventuality (see them here).

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Nordfolk Lined Hooded Parka by Finger in the Nose – another brand I always find pieces I fall for. The boys have a gilet which has managed to last nearly four years of wear by both of them and it still looks good!

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Rubber Coat by Joules – Joules have a variety of animals to suit any little person but Hettie’s favourite animal is a fox so it’s a big tick for this design!

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Ecosplash Lined Jacket by Muddy Puddles – another great brand, especially for coats and jackets. My boys have had rain macs and ski jackets all of which have lasted numerous outings.

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