I’m a sucker for a slogan sweater and love this cute embroidered number from Sugarhill Boutique. And it has a long waist! It’s £44.00.
Holy crap, have you seen the ET range from Lazy Oaf?! It’s one of my favourite films so I feel like I really need one of these bad boys. Problem is, it’s £150.00 for this awesome sweater.
When I spotted some epic Star Wars leggings on Living For the Now, I knew I was way overdue a browse of the H&M website. After spending ages waiting for some sweatshirts to never appear in my size in New … Continue reading
Whenever I was given money for Christmas as a child I was straight in town on Boxing Day to spend it. Now I spend hours perusing the sales on my fave websites in order to make the most informed decision. … Continue reading
Yay, Tu Clothing are having another 25% off week! Unfortunately it ends right before Pay Day (boo) so this is definitely more of a wish list post but check out these prices! Hope you other mummas with little boys find … Continue reading
It’s not that long since I blogged about the clothes I’ve got my eye on for Jenson in the 18-24 months range. Well now I’ve only gone and bloody seen what Next have just released and there’s so much he … Continue reading
JoJo Maman Bebe have just launched their new range and there’s plenty of foxes in time for autumn – yay! I’ve already pinned loads to my Jenson wish list, including this jumper (£21.00), hoody and leggings. This dinosaur hoody and … Continue reading
I love buying clothes for Jenson more than for myself – crazy, right? I went through his 18-24 months old clothes the other day to see what we still need to pick up before the end of the summer and … Continue reading
I’ve found it really hard to find nice sweaters which actually come below my waist. Post-baby, I need to cover my wobbly bits, and I’ve found that most tops come to the waistband of my jeans. I need something that … Continue reading
You know how sometimes you see a slogan sweater that looks like it was made just for you? There are loads of ’em over on Not on the High Street. I saw this ‘exhausted/exhausting‘ combo and it’s just perfect for … Continue reading