NEW Oliver Bonas – Olly B Babywear

Hands up if you can’t walk past an Oliver Bonas without peeking inside? I definitely can’t. It’s totally brilliant for gifts and home and, well, lots actually – things you didn’t even know you needed! So what exciting news it is that they have just launched babywear! The collection is titled Olly B Babywear and draws inspiration from the colours and prints from their womenswear designs. Look here…


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Don’t be Blue – Wear Bamboo

Lots of kids and babies suffer from Eczema. It feels horrible, looks horrible and is very, very sensitive to materials. A problem anyway, and a definite problem stylewise.

When her son Frankie developed eczema, mum Amanda decided to develop a product that her boy could wear, that looked stylish, felt good and didn’t cost the earth. Lucky for Frankie – and everyone else, Amanda and her business partner Judith had worked for years in fashion, for brands including Warehouse, House of Fraser and Whistles.

And so Panda and the Sparrow was born – a stylish line of baby and kids clothing made entirely from bamboo.

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And let me tell you – it’s not hippyish or happy clappy. Or, what I would have been most concerned about – vile. Check it..

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Friday Fash Off Baby

Today for our Friday Fash Off this week, we turn to onesies, rompers, babygro’s – call it what you want – spend more, spend less – either way it will have vomit and snot down it in a matter of moments. But for those few seconds it doesn’t  – boy is it nice to look at a cute STYLISH baby!

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Top 10 British Style at IndiaCoco

Even though my spiritual home is New York, actually..a cross between New York and a paradise island like Bora Bora – I’m very proud to be BRITISH. It has crept up on me that actually Britain is at the pinnacle of fashion. We ain’t followers no more. WE IS LEADERS!

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Yes I am!

And leading the way in championing British Style for kids, is retailer IndiaCoco. For kids aged 0-8 it is awash with British big hitters like No Added Sugar and ilovegorgeous. Set up by Claire Harper who is the former Marketing Director of award winning nursery and fashion retailer Mamas & Papas – this is one mumpreneur who knows the score!

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Check out those twinnies!

AND AND AND Claire has very kindly given us a VOUCHER for £75 to spend at her store! Here’s my TOP 10 of what you can spend it on…..

OK first to baby Girl 0-2 years…

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1. Ava and Luc Butterfly Playsuit £17
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2. No Added Sugar Awarded Dress £49

And then baby boy 0-2 years…..

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3. Frugi Chunky Stripe Cardigan £32
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4. No Added Sugar Tribute Trousers £33

Now girlies ages 2-8 years….

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5. Marmalade&Mash Peter Pan Blouse with Velvet Trim £40
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6. Marmalade&Mash Eliza Dress £53 (get it smaller - shorter = cuter!)
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7. ilovegorgeous Oscar Dress £85 (or £10 if you're the winner!)

And last, but of course not least, boys 2-8 years….

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8. Hatley Vintage Cars Long Sleeve PJ Set £22
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9. No Added Sugar Play the Field Coat £154 (almost half price if you win!)


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10. PPPPPPPick up this Ava and Luc Malibu Blue Pengiun tee £16

To be entered into the draw to win the £75 gift voucher, please SUBSCRIBE  to Kid Style Junkie, if you havent been beautiful or clever enough to do so already! We like to spoil our subscribers. GO ON GET BUSY! You have until Fri 28th September at midnight Cinderella!

Boring but necessary T’s and C’s: The winner will be chosen at random from the list of Kid Style Junkie subscribers. We have one £75 gift voucher to give away. The voucher is electronic.  The winner will be notified via an email on Saturday 29th September 2012. Winners have a maximum of 28 days to claim their prize.