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Ice cream and pixie dust

Because there has been a bit too much drama on this blog lately, now for some lighter entertainment: fashion. And because all my pocket money goes to tiles, taps and toilet bowls these days, I am concentrating my sartorial creativity on little L.

Pastels are all the range this coming season – or so I’ve been told. I was thinking pastel coloured ice cream shades mixed with the odd bit of a nautical theme. Also, everything ever so slightly fairy-inspired won’t go amiss with my Mini Sartorialist. This spring we are going to love:

Caramel Baby and Child’s yellow sun dress ( pictured above), metallic strappy sandals Vivi by Papouelli Shoes, apricot coloured pleated skirt from M&S Limited Collection for kids and classic cotton vest top by Petit Bateau.

Spring, we are ready whenever you are.

11 Responses to “Ice cream and pixie dust”

  1. Rose

    all very pretty but especially the shoes! Little L has an enviable wardrobe of shoes!

  2. Expat Mum

    We’ve had quite a mild winter here in Chicago. Not quite spring yet, but I am getting excited about not wearing huge sweaters! Will have to go look around the shops.

  3. EmmaK

    Ah spring came today and I am walking about in a t-shirt. You will know it is spring in London when the builders take off their shirts and sport bright red sunburn stripes.

  4. Love and Enterprise

    Hello, loving those spring-like clothes. I have to do a top-speed clothes shop tomorrow (for myself, not the kids), before I win Frump of the Year Award, but I will only have two hours in the shops to miraculously transform my wardrobe. Congrats on the teeny tiny pregnancy :-)

  5. Jody Brettkelly

    Those wee sandals are adorable. My daughter has reached the non-dress stage and is keen on white jeans with everything.

  6. Kim

    Gorgeous. I have just bought my wee 11-month-old boy jeans with braces and a wee flat cap for his spring wardrobe… :)

  7. Sonia Atkin

    It’s really looking cool. Yes, sometimes you will not get the things that you want so much. I like to buy pinkish creamy color dress for my daughter. But finding difficulties.

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