Here we go again for another week of cutting edge baby fashion; Ted’s Threads. I’m getting really into it and even found some more fashion & style linky’s to link up to. The best thing about it though is how good the boy looks. I am biased, being his dad, but I hope you’ll agree that he is dressed pretty well. We had a mini shopping spree at Gap this week because they had a fantastic sale on again. It’s worth checking out their website as well because they often have brilliant online sale too.
Ted looking gorgeous in red! I hate wearing knitwear because most of the adult stuff is itchy but this is super soft. I wish it came in an adult size. Mind you, I doubt I could pull off that red unless it had an arsenal badge on it! The jumper is from Gap as well as the baby grow underneath. A cool pattern and good colour. You can’t go wrong with matching 3 colours! Red, navy and light blue!
Yep, another Gap bargain here. This baby grow is super cool and I just can’t get enough of stripes. This is one of those baby grows that pulls over the head to put it on. Really easy and excellent access to the rear end… Plus he’s got that cool chest pocket for his note pad or…little black book!
This sweet outfit is from Lily & Sid. We tend to buy most things with a teddy affiliation but the bow tie is super cute too. And he’s in stripes again! If you start counting how many outfits we have with stripes on, you’d be staggered! These pants are harem pants. I did not know what a harem pant was before now but I’m pretty keen on them. Looks like Ted is too. I love a complete outfit that comes together. No thinking about what goes with what. The tee and pants are the perfect match but the colours mean I will be able to swap one of the pieces over without problem if it gets mucky. Which it will. Quickly!
We love Panda & the Sparrow baby clothes and in particular their baby grows. They are made of the softest bamboo cotton you’ll ever find and have a really good design with the buttons down the front at an angle. They also have flaps to fold over to keep the hands and feet warm – ingenious idea!
This baby grow was given as a gift but you can get it from Tesco’s. The material is really soft and it’s a bit thicker than other grows so we didn’t put a vest on underneath. The mat that the boy is lying on is a cool gadget thing from Boots. It’s a non slip mat that you can use in the swimming pool to put your baby on the floor or change mat. It’s obviously non slip, but also clean and slightly warmer. It also means they’re not lying on their wet towel for longer than necessary. It’s a really good product that we use all the time. Although looking at Ted on it now I can’t believe the size of him. Where has my tiny baby boy gone. He’s 8 months this week. Time is flying.
I hope you liked Ted’s outfits this week. I’d love to hear of any companies you’d recommend for us to take a look at.