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Friday, 25 January 2013

Matching Outfits for Girls: My Favourites

This week I have mostly been making wish lists of outfits for the girls. Yep, as you've probably guessed from the title of this post, I'm going to be one of those mamas that dresses her girls the same every now and again. This could be seen as cruel, given my penchant for 60s floral prints, as it means there is a very good chance that the Modern Mummy girls will end up resembling the Von Trapps. However I personally think that matching outfits (even ones made from curtains) are c-u-t-e!

Luckily for them I am not particularly good with a sewing machine so I have been searching the web for some ready made frocks instead. There are some beautiful ones out at the moment, but I've found very few clothing companies that sell the same outfits in both baby sizes and kids sizes. If anyone can point me in the direction of some shops I might have missed (both online and on the high street) then I would be very grateful - please drop me a line! 

Here are a few of my favourite outfits that I've found this week.....

Hands up who loves this gorgeous teal floral flapper dress from Emma Levine as much as I do? It's available in both baby and kids sizes (ranging from 0-6m to 8-9years) and the best bit is that it's also currently in the sale, priced at £17.50 for the baby sizes and £29.00 for the kids. This dress would look great teamed with some brown or dusky pink woolly tights and brown boots! Perfect for these last days of winter.

I'm also everso slightly in love with this pretty jersey dress from Boden - available in both Daisy and Evie sizes (0-3m to 2-3years with prices starting from £18.00). I just adore the Peter Pan collar and this long sleeved dress will last right into Spring.

And what about these cute and cosy Bangles sweater dresses from Joules? The bold prints are divine and I would add some bright pink tights and Converse for a comfy and casual look. Available in navy for the teeny tinies, and candy bloom for older girls, they're a bargain at £16.95 {sale price} for the baby version (0-3m to 18-24m) and £29.95 for the kids version (ages 3 to 11-12).

Next week I will be sharing my favourite kids pyjamas.... see you all there xoxox


  1. Boden wins for me every time - sadly the local one has just closed.

    1. The Walton one? Why did it close?! I was gutted when I heard it had gone x


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