Trendy Tuesday Cuteness Alert

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This post contains über stylish cuteness!

The boys have been pestering me for some new hats, not that they don’t have enough already! I could open up a hat shop with the amount that they have between them. Oliver probably has one for every month he has been born and he is 19 months old.

It’s not easy customising boys clothes as it is for girls, there are so many pretty things out there for girls but when it comes to boys clothes and accesories you are limited to what you can buy which is probably why i started buying hats for them, a hat can change the whole look of an outfit.

I love H&M for buying the boys clothes from but they also sell brilliant hats and everytime we are out shopping the boys always want to pop into the store to buy one, yesterday whilst passing the shop the boys asked if they could look at the hats, so we popped in for a ganders.

Joseph found a gorgeous grey trilby hat with pictures of cars on it and I fell in love with a checked shirt that come with a dickie-bow.

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See, I told you it was cute!

He couldn’t wait to get home to try on his new clothes, literally, so he dragged me into the nearest toilet do he could get changed.

What do you think of his new outfit?

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Trendy H&M Toddler

What has your little one been rocking this week? (literally in Oliver’s case)

Today Oliver is wearing his check shirt with his brown trousers. I absolutely adore him in this outfit, the colour of the shirt bring out his gorgeous blue eyes

Both items are from my favourite high street store H&M, not only do they have a fabulous selction of clothes for my boys but they are affordable aswell. I find there clothes to be made to a high standard and fit really well. Oliver fits into their 6-9 month clothing range as he is only 74cm but i think it won’t be long until he will be able to fit into the next size up.

The shirt is blue, red and white check with a grandad collar, it has a denim blue choke on it and is slim fitting. The trousers have braces which i adore all of my boys in, not only do they look trendy and stylish but they keep their trousers up as they have such tiny waists lol. They are two tones brown and are like a soft denim.

I think the oufit has quite a country look to it, what do you think? Especially with Oliver sitting on his rocking horse 🙂

If you want to see some other trendy toddlers visit Medicated Follower blog especially to see Ethan in his Hatley coat and some more gorgeous clothes from Hatley

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Trendy Toddler Audition Style/Blazer and Trilby

I received a call last week from my son’s Modelling agency, they had got Joseph an audition for a commercial up London. I was told that he was to dress in his own unique style, so once I picked him up from school off we went up to his bedroom to sift through his wardrobe in search for an outfit that he wanted to wear, remembering that he had to be comfortable in what he was going to be wearing.

When my older boys attend auditions they have to enter the room on their own, this happens because they want to see if the children can be comfortable around other adults, children and cameras without having the support of their parents around, also children tend to take direction easier from strangers when their parent isn’t next to them. Auditions can be anything from a 5 minute chat with your child, to a much longer session where the child may be asked to read from a script or to go through some of the motions that will be required from them on the potential shoot. Making sure that Joseph was dressed comforatbly was important, i didnt want him to be fidgeting in the wrong fitting clothes or to get too hot as being infront of a camera and the lighting they use can get quite hot also i had no idea how long he would be in the casting room with the directors. I like Joseph to look smart and trendy not only in his clothes but with his hair too, as he has long wavy hair hair and unfortunately two cowslicks and crowns his hair has a mind of its own. I have to constantly keep brushing it and use lots of detangler.

Joseph chose to wear

  • Green Cotton Jeans which are a slimline leg and they have an adjustable waist, which is very important for him as he has a tiny waist. We Bought from H&M for £5.99
  • Grey Cotton Blazer with blue piping on the edges, two front little pockets, one button and a vent pleat opening on the back. This blazer is soft and doesn’t restrict any movement, the sleeves have polyester lining, which keeps him extra warm, whats great with this blazer is it can be worn under a coat in the cold weather or on its own. From H&M
  • Orange Fluroscent Polo Shirt, very bright and very bold, Just what Joseph is! Bought from Next for £10.00
  • Grey and Black Herringbone look Trilby Hat with a black satin trim. Joseph loves wearing hats and this one is his favourite at the moment Bought from H&M for £4.99

Black Velcro Canvas Shoes From Tesco for £5.00. These are great for Joseph to put on his self as at the moment he can not tie up his own shoe laces.

So what do you think of Joseph’s Style?

Do your children have their own style, do they like to choose their own clothes?

I’m linking my post up with VeryBusyMamaBlog go and check out her blog it’s fab and take a look at some other trendy toddler link ups whole your there

Thank you for reading my post 🙂

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Bright colours for boys

I met up with my sister-in-law today, fir a little chat, cuddles withy adorable little niece and just for a little mooch about around the shops.
I didn’t intend on buying anything but fell in love with the gorgeous bright coloured clothes that are in the shops the moment.
As I have all boys I like to dress them smart casual clothes with a slight edge and a bit different to the tracksuits, jeans and t-shirts.
My children are not shy of wearing bright colours and Jak often asks if I can buy him pink or orange shirts.
Anyway, on my little mooch around I came across these and couldn’t resist!

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The photo’s really don’t do the clothes justice, honestly they are adorable and so bright. Both jeans are soft denim so i know the boys are going to be comfortable.
The orange shirts are from Next and come in at £10
The blue skinny jeans are from Next and cost an unbelievable £14
The green skinny jeans are from H&M and cost £5.99, I know great eh!
What’s even better is that my Boys are quite small framed and they have adjustable waist lines, so I can adjust them to fit them.
They are such lovely spring colours, they have brightened up my day.

I absolutely love Shopping in H&M and Next for my boys clothes, they are best shops for affordable, trendy and fashionable clothes. I find that they wash up well too.

I showed them to the boys when I picked them up from school and they whooped with delight and can’t wait to wear them.
We are off to the LoliBop on Sunday so I think this will be the outfit they will be wearing 🙂
Oh I do love shopping for my boys!

Where do you buy your children’s clothes from?

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