Betsie is never short of clothes that’s something I definitely have to say, but thats not down to me splurging on her constantly, she is just very lucky to have beautiful things handed down from friends and kind grandparents who buy her a special little something every now and again.
This season however I couldn’t help myself when I saw a couple of these dresses. She’s been short of knitted dresses for a while now as she wore ones from when she was one last year, just teamed with leggings instead of tights, which I think is the best way to do it as it’s such a shame to only wear them for a few months when they are so lovely. So this year now she’s shot up again I’ve treated her to some beautiful little items. There are also a couple more new outfits you may have seen in other photos that her Grandparents have very kindly bought her. I’ll post them soon maybe 🙂
For now here are her new little items…
1: Gap – Contrast intarsia sweater dress -£19.95 (however I bought it on a sale deal 30% off)
So simply dressed up with tights are down with leggings. It’s beautifully soft and not too thick.
2: Gap – Fair isle drop-waist sweater dress – £19.95 (again bought with the 30% off)
I instantly fell in love with this dress and so wish they had one in my size. I let Bets choose which colour she had as it also came in blue, but being the girl she is she wanted pink. It’s super soft and pretty thick, so will be ideal for winter.
3: Now this little dress is from Boots, somewhere I actually don’t think I’ve ever bought an item of clothing from. But they do some gorgeous little pieces. Unfortunately for us I’d say the only boots that has a good-wide range of clothing is Manchester.
This dress was £12 – has roll up roll down sleeves, so will be great with a little top underneath. She’s worn it today with socks but acute pair of tights will look equally cute. Very autumnal colours I thought!
4: Two more little Boots dresses – £8 for two.
The choice of pattern they had was amazing, I think there must have been around 10 different dresses you could buy and all were on offer for 2 for £8. They are a standard cotton dress/top, but lovely and soft so gentle on their skin. I’ve bought Bets age 3-4 so they last and she can wear them through to next year. Great for layering or wearing alone.
5: This little dress was a present. It’s from Zara – unfortunately I don’t know the price.
I love the flared sleeve, I think it adds such a great simple effect to the dress. Makes it rather boho for a little one. Bets has worn this with cream tights and her gorgeous new startrite boots. It looks ace!
6: Ah the hat, the hat!! We couldn’t resist this, it was actually Daddy who picked this up. We thought it would be perfect for the football and it looked super cute on her.
It’s from H&M and was £7.99 I think.
7: Lastly, for now…A really cute little fur gilet – Primark £4 (I think) It’s soft and the fur doesn’t fall out, which is something I hate. It’s lined with a soft silky material, which may not be the warmest but it does make it hang nicely over clothes.
I love that these can be teamed with almost anything, leggings and a top, dresses and tights so on and so on. This will take us right through to Christmas and she loved it. She felt like a teddy bear! So cute.
So that’s our latest little collection, as I mentioned above I will add some other pieces that I have’t managed to take photos of just yet.