I’ve adored fashion forever (literally).

I loved nothing more as a young girl than dressing up in my mum’s frocks, adorning her statement 80’s jewels around my neck and strutting around the house in her heels (a shiny silver t-bar pair were my absolute favourites), I just wish she’d kept them for me now!

If I’m honest, I’d say my passion for fashion is probably more of an obsession. I can easily lose a whole afternoon trawling the internet looking at clothes, street style blogs and Pinterest for inspiration.

And it isn’t just clothes for myself, I’m also rather crazy about kidswear too and take great pride and pleasure in dressing up my two mini-fashionistas.

If I had my way, I’d spend most of my income on clothes for the boys (I told you it was an obsession) however, pesky things such as bills and a mortgage to pay, are spoiling that crazy dream (sob!!).

I love treating the boys to a mix of designer, high street and quirky fare from independant e-shops but I like a bargain-stylish pieces at reasonable prices- and that’s why exclusive children’s designer outlet Half-Pint Chic is right up my (style) street!

Home to some of my favourite kidswear brands including Marie Chantal, Tartine et Chocolat, Bonnie Baby & Little Green Radicals, Half-Pint Chic sells previous seasons’ collections at up to 65% off the RRP! 

And what’s more, one of you lucky readers can also win a £150 voucher to spend at Half-Pint Chic- and with their incredible prices you’ll be able to treat your little ones to whole new summer wardrobe!

Just look at how gorgeous their clothing is…

My dapper bambino’s were gifted these gorgeous outfits c/o Half-Pint Chic –

I love how stylish and sharply cut all the garments are yet they’re available at a fraction of the usual designer price tag.

half-pint chic clothing

Oliver – like his Dad – loves neutral colour palettes and went for this super chic navy combo!

magil gray striped t-shirt

tartine et chocolat trousersThe striped polo t-shirt by Magil (£9) has a slight nautical feel to it and is incredibly versatile. I love the grey striped colour which will look super cute in winter peaking over a sweater!

Made from 100% cotton it kept Oliver feeling cool and comfortable all day long and didn’t irritate his sensitive skin.

I paired the t-shirt with these stylish cotton Explorateur Trousers from by one of my most favourite french labels: Tartine et Chocolat. Usually priced at £62 you can pick them up on Half-Pint Chic for just £32 – an incredible saving of 50%.

Amazing huh?

Marie Chantal tee

marie chantal kidswearkids fashionXander on the other hand follows in my fashionable footsteps and loves his vibrant, colourful statement pieces, so he picked out this uber-trendy 22 Tee by Marie Chantal (Just £7 reduced from £27).

The bright tangerine orange hue looks so cute against Alexander’s Mediterranean complexion and I’m pleased to report it hasn’t lost any of its colour several washes in!

We paired the bright tee with these stylish grey Adrien shorts by Anais and I 

anais and i shortsanais and i kidswearkids fashion

Usually priced at £60 you can pick them up on Half-Pint Chic for £16! My kind of saving!!

Made from 100% cotton, these shorts are incredibly versatile and come with an adjustable waistband so he’ll get plenty of wear out of them even if little Xander is growing at a rapid rate!

And for bedtime, just look at these adorable onesies with their cool robot and avion inspired prints (they go up to age 9-10 too) and are the ideal summer sleepwear. Oliver actually fit into one of Xander’s and both love wearing them to bed. Beautiful!

Robot Onesie by Mini Vanilla below:

robot romper

My World Onesie by Mini Vanilla.

PJ's pyjamas boys' romper

airplane print PJ's

PJ's

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jumping on a bed

robot all in one

robot print all in one

playing catch with PJ's

smiling

Parisian kids' style

Chic, classically Parisian style clothes for my part Greek, part French little boys!

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166 Responses

  1. Michelle Clarke

    Everything from the Little Duckling Green all in one to a Dwell Studio Owl body. New baby due late September so new baby clothes are in demand

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  2. Theresaparker

    I have two boys and a wee girl…they all need new coats so I would probably get them all coats xxxx

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  3. Fiona K

    I would get one of the lovely dresses and some tights for my granddaughter

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  4. Rebecca Phillips

    the ‘icing on the cake – pink’ dress and maybe one of the gorgeous boys suits
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  5. Jacqueline Roberts

    I would get some dresses for my nieces and some PJs for my Grandson

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  6. Susan B

    What a great range! The children have outgrown their winter coats so I would choose the Daybreak Ver De Terre coats which I see come in at least two colours.
    http://www.halfpintchic.com/shop-by-clothing-type/coats-jackets/daybreak.html

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  7. Natalie Baugh

    I would choose http://www.halfpintchic.com/boys/cardigans-jumpers/sweater-charcoal.html for my boys. It would be perfect to wear on christmas day 🙂

    Reply

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