Elsa & Ted’s Festive Wardrobe 2015 #1



It’s that time of year again…


The time where I go ridiculously overboard on festive outfits. But you can only do it once a year so here goes with the first edition of Elsa & Ted’s Festive Wardrobe 2015.



Starting off subtle for Ted in beautiful Stag dungarees, handmade for us by The Princess & The Frock & available in our very own Florrie & Max. 



I do love it when I can hand clothes down from Elsa to Ted. They are wearing matching Oh Baby London fair isle but Ted’s sweater originally belonged to Elsa. However, she was 15 months when she wore it, this chunky monkey is just 8 months!




We love supporting working Mamas & handmade, both through the business and through what my babies wearing. And here we are combining both. They are wearing hand screen printed Rudolph t-shirts by Little Squish which are available EXCLUSIVELY in our little shop, Florrie & Max.



Penguin  Day! Who doesn’t love a penguin? Being a bit thrifty Elsa is wearing her penguin dress by The Princess & The Frock from last year. And Ted is rocking more hand-me-downs in the shape of this vintage Maxomorra penguin top with some funky penguin trews from Nutmeg at Morrisons.




You can’t get  much more Christmassy than our wardrobe staple of red velour. We have the Maxomorra velour in pinafore dresses for Elsa & dugarees for Ted & they are worn constantly. Elsa’s top is by Duns Sweden from Peppa K and Ted is wearing a Boots Mini Club knitted romper which I bought in the sales last year before I knew how would be a giant baby. It’s a bit of a squeeze.




Christmas Jumper Day – although ours arms weren’t long enough to get the Christmas Jumpers in! They have been a long standing tradition in this family with Daddy being a fan naff knitwear long before it was cool!




This Maxomorra Rudolph print is one of my all time favourites. Elsa’s dress was bought last Winter from KyNa Boutique and I managed to find the vest for Ted at Funky Rascal. With our trusty Maxomorra red velour dungarees!

Rudolph Rules!



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