Posted by Kellie from Buisjes En Beugels +++
Dots Dots and Big French Shapes……
Two of my favorite French labels are Vestiaire de Jeanne and Bodebo. They are both Paris based and into big shaped dresses! I love them and now the fashion turns our children again into a looser fit this is really worth seeing (or buying)!
Characteristic for Bodebo are the over-sized and colorful dots prints on the wide dresses and loose hanging trousers. Vestiaire de Jeanne limits its colors to black, white and greys with a splash of golden... and a stripe once in a while. It refers a lot to ancient times: aprons, braces, capes etc..
If I had a girl I would certainly buy a dress of both! Unfortunately I have two boys and although Bodebo has designed some pieces for boys they are not so special as the girls pieces.
What do you think of the great cape with horse hood from VDJ?
What can you win :: 1 Mabel doll + 1 long dog doll + 1 retro wiener dog print + 1 sewing supplies print all from June craft, an absolute favorite of mine :)
What do you have to do :: just leave a comment telling us what your favorite item from June craft is.
Winner will be announced :: next week on Wednesday June 2 and notified by email.
I received so many nice responses to my call for new giveaways that I can promise you many many nice things can be won during the next months on Wednesdays!
Some brands just keep on bringing a better collection each year and Misha Lulu is definitely one of them...not only are the prints and designs super fun, the look-book itself is like a fairytale and the images are eye-candy.
Misha Lulu has divided the new collection in 4 lines ; the baker-gallery, home-grown, blue-bird and swimmers....if
i would have a girls their wardrobe would be packed with Misha Lulu
pieces...guess it leaves me with only one question, when will there be a
new collection for the boys?
Hello new week...I'm starting with a shop I found during the weekend...olive manna...perhaps you already knew about this little online treasure, but I didn't and I really liked what I saw. Especially the 'little neighborhood' fabric, the pattern is a reproduction of the inside of a 1920's reprint of Little Women and it was printed via Spoonflower. I have always loved melamine dishware and when it has prints like these it's hard for me to resist :) and yes the hot&cold travel mug can be added to my list too.