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Mini Me

20th December 2013 | Posted in Womens & Women & Kids by H. Simpson
Have yourself your very own mini me with these matching garments. Popular brands such as Converse, Barbour International and UGG have now introduced a children's range, meaning tots can now be dressed head to toe in brands of the moment.


UGG were first created by Australian surfer Brian Smith in 1978 and has since become a global favourite - even with celebrities. Who doesn't love a trusty pair of UGGs in the winter for that snug comfort and casual appeal. With a wide choice of colours and new season styles constantly being developed, UGG have solidified their commercial status and remain one of the most popular footwear brands of today. Advantages of UGGs:
  • Comfort
  • Practical
  • Durability
  • Thermostatic
  • Mould to shape of feet
  • Celebrity following
  • Available in many shapes, colours and styles
  • Chestnut Chestnut are one of the most popular colours UGG boots range in. A cross between a tan and sand colour, the chestnut colour is also incorporated into the gloves, slippers, bags and even ear muffs. Its now possible for children to wear a pair of UGGs, no matter what the age, from a classic, tassle or bailey button; the UGG kids range are sure to keep those little feet cosy and warm.

    Classic Boot by UGG Kids

    Classic Tassles by UGG Kids

    Classic Short by UGG

    K Bailey Button by UGG Kids

    Bailey Button by UGG

    And its not all about classics and button features, fur has had a huge revival this year and UGG have ensured their footwear has not missed out on this latest trend. The Ellee boot is from the A/W 2013 range and has seen huge success with the fur trimmed ankle. Babies can even have a fur trim too with the Gage Rose Infant Boot!

    Gage Rose Infant Boot by UGG Kids

    Ellee Animal Boot by UGG Kids

    Ellee Boot in Black by UGG


    One of the most iconic forms of casual footwear, Converse have always held their popular status in America. However the past couple of years have seen Converse take the UK by storm and can now be seen put together with just about any outfit - even dresses. The great thing about Converse is that as the footwear are unisex, they're just as popular with women as they are men, and they even have a children's range.

    First Star Canvas by Converse

    Kids All Star Ox by Converse

    All Star Hi by Converse

    All Star Ox Trainers by Converse

    All Star Ox in Navy by Converse Kids

    All Star Ox in Pink by Converse Kids

    All Star Ox Trainers in Navy by Converse

    All Star Ox Trainers in Pink by Converse


    The Polarquilt range have a quilted exterior with a soft fleeced lining for extra warmth. Together with this and the belt feature, the Polarquilt ensures a snug fit and the perfect coat for winter. The Pearl colour is also available in a children's size for an on trend, matching jacket.

    Polarquilt in Pearl/Navy by Barbour International

    Girls Polarquilt in Pearl by Barbour International

    Horse Print

    As well as Ted Baker's dog print lining, French Connection have followed suit in the form of horse print designs, as well as Barbour's horse print for the children's range including a fun, colourful horse lining. Printed animal designs have also been a big trend this year and another example by French Connection can be found here.

    Hatched Horses Classic Shirt by French Connection

    Girls Cavalry Quilt in Navy by Barbour

    Girls Angel Pink Knit by Barbour


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