What We Wore #1 | A Littlelondoner

What We Wore #1

Hello….I've decided to start a new series on "What We Wore" but really it's going to be mainly what the kids wore. I generally have everything up on my Instagram page, but with this I can add direct links to each outfit or something similar if it has sold out! There may be the odd "What Mum Wore", but mainly it will be the kids, because, you know, my money is in their wardrobe (or if I'm honest more so Amelia's wardrobe).

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I've ditched the socks and boots and so very close to doing the same with the kids, but it's that inbetween time is'nt it? One day it's all suncream and sundresses, straw hats and sandals, the next the socks, cardigans and closed shoes have to be taken out from the back of the wardrobe again….but we can still get ourselves ready, for what is meant to be a long hot summer (don't they say that very year??) So the holiday shopping for summer clothes has begun….always great to have that glass half full and stay optomistic.

Whether you are having a staycation or travelling abroad this summer for the school holidays, the kids will need some new clothes, especially if they are like mine, and all the items you kept from last summer, now look like they will only fit their teddies and dolls. This year, I've started early, I want to try to buy just a few items, that I can mix and match, dress up for those nights out and be also everyday wear, lets be all cool and call it a kids capsule wardobe! Packing for a family of four can be stressful at the best of times….and 9 /10 left up to the nurse/cook/cleaner/teacher/nappy changer…..thats me, MUM! So, buying a few items that can be mixed and matched together, saves space, saves money on baggage when flying and saves one giant headache for that said nurse/cook/cleaner/teacher/nappy changer.

Marks and Spencer Kids Holiday Essentials are now all in store and up on their website. They recently asked us to pick our favourites from this seasons collection, and having bought from them before and know the quality of their clothing…..sure it would have been rude to have said "no".

My style for both kids is simple and classic and Marks and Spencers do just that, making choosing my items a hard job. Sun hats were at the top of my list, my kids are pale, very pale and protecting their heads and faces is my priority and their stylish straw hats are perfect.

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Shop Striped  Cotton Dress here, Silver Leather Sandals here and Sun Hat here

 

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Shop Trilby Straw Sun Hat here, T-Shirt/Shorts set here, Dungarees Short Set here.

 

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Sure all the cool kids go barefoot…….this will be the story of my life for the summer!

 

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Shop Scalloped Red Shorts here,  Collared Top here,  Stripped Shorts here.

 

And…..Marks and Spencers wins for me when it comes to shoes and everyday essentials for women. I wanted to find something I could dress up and down too, something that could be paired with flats for the daytime and dress up with heels in the evening. Their shoes are so cushioned that it feels like walking on air. Both the shoes pictured below have Insolia® fitted, this redistributes your weight away from the balls of your feet, reducing pressure and increasing ankle stability, allowing you to wear your heels comfortably all day long. Insolia® is endorsed by the UK College of Podiatrists. It might be about style, but comfort has to come first for me when running around after two little monsters.

 

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Shop Denim Pocket Dress here,  Toe Cap Espadrilles here and Block Heel Sandals pictured below here

 

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Happy Holidays and Happy shopping, hope this inspires you for all those holiday essentials!

 

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T, A & H xxxxxx

*A collaboration post with Marks and Spencer And Shopping Links.

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