Monday, 14 December 2015 by Irene Hoofs
London-based kidswear label Piupia caught our eye with their charming and playful AW15 collection with an interesting name to match - "Where is the mole?". The designs incorporate simple, but fun prints featuring different little critters (including the mole of course) for the animal lover in our kids, but you also have stripes and basic patterns to choose from. All totally adorable! Enjoy the easy-to-match neutral colour scheme, with a dash of warm tones thrown into the mix, which is so fitting for this season too..
Cosy up and stay warm in Piupia this holiday season wherever you are!
Monday, 7 December 2015 by Irene Hoofs
Duchess and Lion just recently launched their latest Winter Collection and we are truly having a hard time picking our favourites - we want all of them! Each of their pieces are unique like your child, quirky in their own ways and definitely smart enough for all the holiday parties coming up. Of course, like with all their other collections, the owner, Stacie, takes pride in making certain that all of their products and produced sustainably in the States, which is her way of playing a part in ensuring a future for the kids.
Monday, 30 November 2015 by Irene Hoofs
Grey and Yellow Terry pullover
We are so thrilled to finally announce the launch of our new kidswear collection, in collaboration with our friends from Le Petit Society!
As you may have heard from our little sneak peek post earlier last month, we took on the role of a kidswear designer (for the first time!) and worked with the Le Petit Society team to bring our ideas to life. We aimed to create designs that are a blend of eastern and western influences, are simple yet fun - emphasising that less is truly more. They come in tops, bottoms and even sweaters, so there's definitely something for everyone! We really put our heart into designing each piece, ensuring that they would look good, and feel good too. After months of hard work, we must say, we are truly proud of the results and had a hard time keeping all the excitement to ourselves. So let's go wild with the photos on this special day! There's too many to share so we'll let the Boy's collection lead the way.. of course the Girl's will follow close behind!
It's kind of surreal having our own kidswear collection in the Bloesem Shop...The collection goes live today so hop on over and check it out.. hope you guys love it as much as we do! This experience has been both exciting and humbling. Hats off to all the designers out there, fuelled by strong passion for their creations.
If you're interested in Bloesem's services and would like to work with us, do go ahead and drop us an email!
Leaf Grid Tee
Melange Grey Raglan Tee
Monday, 23 November 2015 by Irene Hoofs
We absolutely love the quirky concept behind kidswear label Nosweet. Since kids most often come sweet as they are, what's the point of adding extra sweetness? Instead the label makes what they call "big clothes for little people". They are staying away from the stereotypical cute patterns like pink hearts and smiling teddy bears and serving up soft colours and unexpected patterns.
As they say, their clothes are for the well-behaved kids of misbehaving parents.. are you one of them?
Monday, 26 October 2015 by Irene Hoofs
In a blink of an eye, it's time to get all warm and cosy for the sweater weather that is upon us. Last year, Kalinka Kids' Autumn winter collection caught our attention with their orange and brown hues and adorable knit wear. Founder and creator, Nora, got hooked on knitting when she was pregnant with her twins which was also birth of Kalinka Kids.You'll find knit wear for babies up till 2 years of age, that not only keeps your little one snug as a bug in a rug but is also perfect for everyday wear.
Monday, 19 October 2015 by Irene Hoofs
As parents, we all want our children to stand out and shine. Maggie Dumra, proud mother of one, has trouble finding unique clothes for her little girl so she went ahead and created her own cool label, Bae Bee Boo, instead. While her designs are ultra chic, the embroidered pieces do not compromise comfort and ensures that kids can still enjoy doing what kids do best - running around and being carefree.