Monday, 11 March 2013

Designer baby clothes for boys.

Hi everyone. Today's post is a little bit different :) It is all about designer clothes for boys. 
I think that every mum loves buying beautiful clothes for their children and we can get carried away and spend a fortune :)  I must admit, I used to spend a lot on Zachary's outfits... 

Kids grow out of stuff really quickly, so I am trying to be more reasonable when I buy new clothes for Zac. I make exceptions though and buy an odd designer piece sometimes. The quality is great and you get what you pay for. 

Surprisingly, brands like Ralph Lauren are not that expensive. The wellies are only £30 at the moment, which is the same price as some high street brands. I bought a Ralph Lauren top for Zac when he was a little baby and it was really well made, the fabric felt luxurious and  the overall quality was just amazing! I wouldn't recommend designer clothes for everyday wear though. Can you imagine a massive orange baby dinner stain on a brand new £40 top? Exactly :) I choose designer pieces for special occasions or when I want to take some nice photos for a family album.

I am excited about Zac turning two this year. It means that he can finally wear stuff from the proper boys section. I buy his tops in the 2-3 yr  size, but he still wears 18-24months bottoms :) I am already planning his Spring/Summer outfits and I have been looking at summer swimwear for kids. All the shorts are really cute and there is so much choice. You can choose from Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Hugo Boss, Burberry and more. The prices start from £25, so quite affordable in my opinion.

You can find all the pieces I featured on It is an online boutique full of designer and high end baby clothes. If you are a mum, you will love it!

What is your favourite brand of baby clothes? I would love to know.

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  1. I'm not a mum but I love buying clothes for my nephews. I've only bought them one quite expensive thing each because they are just so messy no matter where they go haha but these clothes are lovely especially the shorts :)

    Ash xx

  2. Once I bought a pair Timberland,my boy was 18 months...they were too cute,costed like 90 dollars. I live in Israel, clothes here are expensive, no matter the brand,I got a Ralph Lauren shirt too,they are great quality...this aren't so good financially for the past 3 years so now we stick with the necessary, but I agree, Designer clothes for kids are way too cute!

  3. My boyfriend is obsessed with buying designer clothes! and Ralph Lauren is his favourite brand! So I can just imagine if we have a wee boy he will be kitted out exactly like this! Lovely stuff! The wellies are so cute xx

  4. Unless it's a special occasion like a wedding I really couldn't justify buying designer stuff for kids. It will only last a few months before they grow out of them and they're bound to get them messy/ripped!

    Amy| The Little Koala Blog ♥

  5. £30 for wellies, crikey. The rate my kid's feet grow they would get to wear them once.
    I used to be addicted to Mini Boden and Oilily but tend to buy 2nd hand designer 'gear' for them from FleaBay now. After near 7 years i figured out that i was wasting money.
    The clothes i buy 2nd hand are as good as new 90% of the time.

    Jules x


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