I find it so hard to find nice boys clothes that I really think are cute. Things are over-done with blue and green trucks or dinos. While these things can be cute in moderation I just feel bored with the tacky character-themed choices we have for our handsome little men.
This autumn I wanted to add turtlenecks, warm tones, thick and warm fabrics to dress my son in. I looked at purchasing from some high-street brands and also discover new local Norfolk brands.
Back in September, my son was asked to model for Little Hotdog Watson’s new collection called Born To Wander. I fell in love with the warm, fuzzy hat with big flaps to keep our kiddos warm while they play outside in the crisp air. The funky patterns and bright colours bring fun and carefree vibes and is a new favourite of mine!
As a thank you for modelling, Weston was gifted an Arctic Cub Hat by Little Hotdog Watson and some new Chelsea Boots from Start-Rite (another local brand). And I was also really impressed with the quality of Start-Rite from the start, because we did, in fact, purchase my sons’ first pair of shoes there awhile back. And his new boots- are perfect for jumping into a pile of leaves and exploring the outdoors!
A few of his staple items I’ve ordered online from Zara Kids-
I found these turtlenecks, perfect to pair with these textured dungarees. I also choose some knit leggings for days we cuddling on the sofa or out at the pumpkin patch!
Zara Kids A/W 19
Lastly, we needed a staple jacket, I wanted something semi-casual and found the cute, tan corduroy jacket from Gap and I think it goes so great for this time of year!