Review: Children’s Clothes from House of Fraser
The lovely people at House of Fraser sent S some new clothes to try out. S is really into her clothes at the moment, and usually makes her own choice on the outfits she wears. I kept my fingers crossed that she would approve of these clothes when they arrived!
We were sent a pink hoodie by Animal (£12.50), flower print trousers by Little Dickins & Jones (£10.00), and a blue butterfly top by Pumpkin Patch (£5.99).
I am so jealous of this hoodie; it’s so cosy and thick. And more to the point, the hood is a decent size! So often you get hoodies, and the hood barely comes to the hairline. This one is admitedly a little big on S, but the hood is a proper hood. Look:
Yeah, she went back to bed to watch Peppa Pig while I was getting dressed earlier… not sure why. It’s a proper hood though, right? She spent all day with it pulled right down, over her face as far as she could get it!
The butterfly top is gorgeous, and just the sort of thing I love for S to wear; girlie, but not girlie girlie. Three of the six butterflies has 3D wings, as you can hopefully see from this photo. S loves them and enjoyed showing them off when we went to my mum’s for lunch. The material is good quality, too and it is a good shape (it looks a little big on her because we got it in a larger size to be sure of a fit – she’s between sizes at the moment). S loves butterflies so this was a definite hit.
The trousers are navy blue with white flowers on them. Again, they’re girlie without being in-your-face girlie, and we love them – they’re definitely good for jumping in, as you can see! They’re very good quality too; nice, thick material and a good length. I can tell these will be one of those items she wears again and again – and insists on showing off to everyone we meet.
As you can see, S was pleased with her new clothes!
Note: we were provided with these clothes free, in exchange for an honest review. All words and opinions are my own.