When the likes of Ivy Blue Carter started rocking Giuseppe Zannotti sneakers at the MTV awards, Victoria Beckham began quaking in her towering heels! Not to be outdone, Mrs Beckham quickly announced her love of flats and followed Ivy down the red carpet. In today’s modern world, there is no minimum age limit for fashionista’s! A fact that Ivy Blue should bear in mind, especially with a stylish Princess Charlotte hot on her heels…
Baby fashion used to be simple! Pink for a girl, blue for a boy! If you wanted to go gender neutral, baby just wore yellow. These day’s it’s not so simple. Have you ever attended one of those mummy coffee mornings in Costa and just felt completely inadequate? It wasn’t your parenting technique under scrutiny, but your fast fashion feminist faux pas! Apparently “Pretty Princess” t-shirts are no longer a viable baby option…So what is?
Here at Babaloo we understand the importance of gender neutral clothing or plain clothing without motifs or slogans. We also promote organic ranges which are good for baby and good for the planet. But then it comes to style, who should our baby be channelling….
In a world where ath leisure apparel is appropriate for almost any event, Princess Charlotte brings back traditional styling. Her clothes lean towards Spanish brands which create clothes with a timeless design, including soft colours, peter pan collars and floral prints. Boutique Spanish brands are clapping their hands as consumers clamour to purchase their designs. See below for details.
This brand is already massively popular in the UK. It retails in traditional styles at prices which compete with many high street stores.
Formal occasion wear for babies. Pretty as a picture florals, bows and sashes.
Traditional Spanish designed dresses for baby. Party perfect outfits! Smocked tops, floral prints and bow appliques.
This is a very traditional Spanish brand which features short dresses with over the top bloomers.