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Feb
03

The Fashion Show At Bubble For Baby Boutiques & Baby Kit

As you know I like to blog and talk about my favourite subject of Spanish Children’s Fashion which I love too much I am almost obsessed with dressing my lovely daughter in daily, so I thought why not start to blog about this on topic subject and share with you all the latest fashion news from Spain and other countries, Throughout my posts you will get to read more about junior fashion in to which I have first-hand experience as a writer and children’s fashion journalist from Kent.

This weekend has been busy me and my partner we visited the ‘Bubble’ show in London, Bubble is fashion show and is also the chance for buyers and journalist to view the clothing collections for upcoming seasons, many orders will be placed by large department stores such as Harvey Nichols and Selfridges to Smaller baby Boutiques visitors to Bubble come from all around the world as far as China and Tokyo to get a chance to glimpse at next seasons trends.

On my visit I was lucky to see lots of beautiful brands with lots of bright colours and tartan, the focus has very much shifted towards Spanish brands that now show their clothes to the UK market. Spanish baby clothes are very beautiful we talk about them a lot because they are just adorable, boutiques are filled with lots of brands from Spain like Mayoral, Tutto Picollo, and more such Jose Varon to mention a few.

Among these was baby knitwear from Spain this was very eye catching and beautiful, I saw lovely cardigans with pom poms fitted to the top collar, with matching shirts and merino jumpers to boot these garments was designed by Dot Baby with is a Portuguese brand with Spanish style and roots, DOT make some lovely clothes for both boys and girls starting from small baby up to teen the brand is very popular in the UK and is sold by online retailers such as Chicolico who are based in Kent in the United kingdom, I just fell in love with their lovely dresses, and outfits for little boys.

Portuguese baby clothes are also becoming very popular in the UK, we visited another brand called Dr Kid who are a well-established kids fashion brand also from Portugal their clothes was again lovely they produce a mixture of traditional and classic clothing ranging from pretty girls dresses to lovely boys peter pan collar vests another brand to look for is Isabella babywearBaby Kit in Pom Pom Cardigan who produce beautiful baby knitwear, one of their lovely pom pom cardigans was seen on Wayne and Coleen Rooney’s New born Son ‘Kit’ who was born this last month and was spotted out in this lovely cardigan, most of the brands I have talked about you can buy online or in store from Chicolico Baby Boutique I’ll leave a link below so you can take a look and see what they have in, I recommend them as I shop there all the time for my little princess.

heres a link to there site for you all to bookmark www.chicolico.com

 

 

 

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Feb
03

What Spanish Children wear compared to Prince George

 

Once Prince George entered the world everyone started to notice how gorgeous he looked in his little outfits, from the moment he left the hospital everyone could see this was going to be one trendy baby.

So where did Mum Kate get his beautiful outfit from? Spain of course a little clue came when the palace announced his little knitted bonnet he wore was in fact a gift from baby George’s Nanny Maria Teresa Turrion who is in fact Spanish, I’m sure this inspired Kate to fall in love with Spanish baby clothes from that point onwards.

Maria bought the tiny bonnet from town of San Sebastian in the northern territory of Spain from a tiny baby boutique called Irulea who produce beautiful blankets and bonnets.

Traditional Spanish clothes have always been the pride of most families in Spain who intern love to dress there little ones in this elegant timeless attire. If you visit the capital of Spain Madrid you will see some of the best dressed children in the world they pride every aspect of their uniform. the girls would wear a dress with stunning frills on the collar and a pair of matching socks that have lovely satin bows sewn into them and to top off a polished pair of Mary Jane shoes they look truly stunning.

Some mothers dress their little boys in smart shirt with a pair of fitted cotton shorts and a pair of a Pom pom Socks which are pretty little socks with balls sewn onto and sometimes they will wear tights you might think this strange for a boy but surprisingly enough little boys do wear tights in Spain these are a must for any outfit babies especially cute in a pair of tights. In the UK most men would say “you are not putting him in tights” – but these days this is the normal practice and allowed for fashion and keeps them warm in the winter months.

There are lots of designers in Spain that produce some lovely clothes season after season and these are very much made in a traditional Spanish way as they always have been some are delicately handmade in small family households or larger factories.

The larger brands such as Jose Varon have been successful in obtaining recognition as one of the largest exporters of Spanish children’s clothes, every year they produce exquisite collections for both summer and winter serving small baby to teenagers, they ship these clothes to baby boutiques all around the world.

If you visit London these days you will see that the clothes have caught on in a big way and you will see kids dressed up in these stunning clothes you can buy them online and on the high street in children’s boutiques when we was there last spoke to a retailer called Chicolico based in Sittingbourne In Kent who mainly sell Spanish children’s clothes they told us the clothes were popular than ever and they have seen an increase in sales both in store and on their website for clothes similar to what prince George wears. Chicolico sell a wide selection of garments for baby such as rompers with lovely frilly collars all fit for a Royal Prince.

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