Boys' style has never been better.
Sweet vintage style PJs.
Next have nailed summer style.
While Greek-Cypriot might be my heritage and Yorkshire my home, Paris is my heart.
Gone are the days where boys' clothes are anything less than stunning, be it designer, high street or supermarket, you can now find beautiful, chic, well made, comfortable and durable clothes for your sons everywhere!
I'm so incredibly proud and besotted with my boys Oliver, 5 and Alexander, 2, so this post is first and foremost for them: my darling sons, so they can one day reflect on the blog and know how loved they are and how much they enrich mine and my husband's lives.
I can't lie, we adore designer style here, for me and my family, but I love it even more when I can snap up pieces in the sale!
As a woman obsessed with fashion, my motto when buying shoes has mostly (stupidly) been to choose style over comfort. I have kind of perfected the whole running in heels though. It's a skill which requires years of dedication and practice. See VB for inspiration! But when it comes to the boys' footwear, it is of course exactly the opposite. Comfort is the number one priority and ideally I can combine both finding dapper shoes that fe
I love working with me&i, they're a brand I personally feel truly confident in, they really understand what women (and kids) want and need from clothes- well cut, chic pieces that are durable and really last, with a super-cool vintage feel to them.
For those who follow this blog know, I love finding beautiful pieces for my little boys to wear- cool, timeless, bright and most importantly, bold pieces that truly champion boys' style.
For cool and colourful kids style, I always head to me&i- a stylish, classic Swedish label with a stunning unisex range for kids and not forgetting super chic clothes for mama too- (those who follow my style blog will know I love their frocks). In f...
My post No Boys Allowed got a lot of debate going on on the blog the other day and some women mentioned little girls' clothes were much more fun and they found greater choice for girls, struggling with boys' gear for their own or for presents.