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Review* // House of Fraser Childrenswear
Both Jack and Phoebe seem to have had a huge growth spurt over the last few weeks. Not only are they eating me out of house and home, they are also rapidly growing out of their clothes, so it will only be a matter of time before i’m hitting the shelves again for the next size up!
Perfectly timed, House of Fraser got in touch recently and asked me if I’d like to review a few items from their children’s clothing range. After the success of our last House of Fraser childrenswear review when I chose a gorgeous Bonnie Baby dress for Phoebe, (which is still wearing well I might add) I couldn’t wait to choose a few more items for the kiddies.
With the same brief as last time, I was invited to choose clothing from the House of Fraser website up to the value of £30, to showcase some of their stylish, lesser known and more affordable brands, and once again it took me forever to choose what to spend the pennies on as there are so many lovely, inexpensive items.
With Jack’s new found love of all things ‘Superhero’, I just had to buy him this Fabric Flavours Superman T-shirt and he is over the moon with it. In fact, he has worn it pretty much every day since! As with all Fabric Flavours garments, I can’t fault the quality or design and it has been pre-washed for extra softness.
For Phoebe I couldn’t resist this super cute Benetton Minnie Mouse T-shirt. As you can see, it is slightly too big at the moment (she is at that awkward, in-between sizes stage) but i’m sure it won’t be long before it fits her properly. Like the other Benetton items she has in her wardrobe, it’s made from 100% cotton, is well made and I really like the cut/design.
You can find all the latest news from House of Fraser on their Facebook and Twitter pages and to see the full range of their lovely childrenswear, visit the House of Fraser website. Not only will your find designer brands such as Ralph Lauren and Gant, House of Fraser also stock an extensive range of affordable childrenswear too, including brands such as Pumpkin Patch, Yumi, Bonnie Baby and Toby Tiger
Disclosure: I was sent these lovely T-shirts for the purpose of this review, but all opinions are my own.