When it comes to clothes shopping for my toddler, I could easily spend a small fortune without thinking twice about it. If you are a mum, you will know how I feel :) I promise myself to stop buying all the cute baby boy stuff, but I end up picking up a couple of things during each shopping trip. I just can't help myself. Toddlers usually grow out of clothes within 6-12 months, or stain their brand new tops with juice, so the only expensive clothes I am planning to buy for Zachary this A/W are shoes and jackets.
My biggest problem was finding stylish kids shoes for winter. It is harder than I thought. At the end, I decided that I will buy a pair of wellies for rainy days and a pair of warm and comfy shoes for dry days.
I adore the look of the Hunter Glow In The Dark Wellington Boots (£42.00) and I think that Zac would love them. They are not too expensive actually and I could keep them for my next baby as well, because the colour would suit a boy or a girl.
The pair of shoes I actually fell in love with are the Brown Fleece Trim High-Tops by Fendi. Oh my... They are perfect. They cost £240 though, so I really hope I can find an alternative on the high street.
I would love to dress Zac in this Mini Rodini Faux Fur Trim Jacket. The panda print is sooo cute. Retailing at £140 it is a bit pricey, but when my little boy is a bit older, I will probably invest in a piece like this.
A totally different and more affordable option, by Timberland (£57.00) would be perfect for Autumn. It looks very comfy and would keep my little boy warm.
Knee patch jeans are a must have for boys. This pair is by Ikks and costs £39.00
Autumn/Winter wardrobe wouldn't be complete without accessories, so a warm hat (Barts, £20.00) and a pair of bear mittens (Sterntaler, £12.00) are essential :)
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