We have long been big fans of Lilly & Sid, and it has been found in the kid’s wardrobes since the birth of Dylan back in 2012 and is often featured in our Trendy Tots fashion posts. Lilly & Sid kindly sent us some pieces from the new Spring & Summer collection for us to review with all three children.
We have no bad words to say about Lilly & Sid clothing, and as we are already customers, we will already praise them out aloud to anyone who listens. As you can see all of them look comfortable and rather fantastic in their new clothes. Oli at 6 is now at the age where he has his opinions on what he wants to wear and will often pick out his wardrobe for the day. This Snack Charmer Sweatshirt is his favourite item at the moment; he loves reptiles and snakes so of course, it is a big hit with him. I like the subtle snack pattern around the neck and the colour of it. It is soft and not too thick making it perfect for those days where it is too cold to wear a t-shirt but too warm for a coat.
Now the weather is getting warmer, and Charlotte is getting older her wardrobe is being filled with dresses, and of course, this Pink Jersey Dress with Heart Applique was a much welcome addition to it. It has been used for birthday parties, general house wear and holidays. It is 100% cotton and is soft to the touch, ideal for your delicate baby’s skin. We adore it on Charlotte, and it goes well with her many pink shoes. There is plenty of room in it for baby to crawl and move about freely without feeling too restricted. To make it easier to pop on it comes with side popper by the neck, always handy when you have a wiggly baby you are trying to dress.
Not only do we have a wiggly baby but also a toddler so trying to get a photo of him which isn’t blurry is impossible but we did get a video of him wearing his Happy Camper Top. I love how different this top is! Who would have thought under the wigwam would be a robot? Dylan has days where this top will produce many giggles for him as we play peek-a-boo with him. Must have top for any toddler!