The Art of Layering.

September 01, 2017

The Art of Layering.

Spring is here! Symbolic for blossoming flowers and vivid colours. Fresh fragrance of new beginnings on the road to summer’s warmth. But it can be a very frustrating time of year.
It’s September and still pretty cold outside. Our little ones are bursting out of their winter clothes seams and shops are full of high summer clothing or the bric-a-brac of leftover winter sale. But noting in between. We could dress our little ladies in a flamingo romper, with a woolly hat, wellies and a thick cardigan, but they would look pretty ridiculous!
This is why I chose the designs that make up Bohemian Bliss. The range provides a perfect transition wardrobe that can be layered up for winter and down for the hot sunny days ahead of us. The earthy tones of mustard, dusty pink, turquoise and black/white will not look out of place for the last few weeks of winter and the warm spring / summer days.
I have worked with some of my favourite brands to give you some inspiration on how to style our Bohemian Bliss collection.
The beautiful shoes are from Moc Baby. They are made from beautiful soft leather, and are super comfortable for our little one’s fast growing feet. I absolutely love their navy t-bar with our mustard tones.
The basic cotton cardigans and tops are from Jamie Kay. I absolutely love these for layering. The cotton modal is really soft and brilliant to wash. The mustard and dusty pink tones look as if they were made to complement our Bohemian Bliss collection.
The hats are from acorn kids. I was super excited when I received my online order of these beautiful hats. The quality and design is amazing. If only they did adult sizes!!
I picked up the jeans from a local boutique. The brand is Munster Kids and I love the shape with the drop crotch. A decent pair of jeans will go with any of our tops and provide a practical layer to an eye-catching outfit.

Cotton Basics and socks:

I hope this gives you some inspiration and relieves some of your transitional season frustrations. I will be sharing lots of ideas on instagram over the next few weeks!

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