I’ve not joined in with any of the children’s fashion linkies for a while, but have a couple of outfits I wanted to share. Recently N’s mostly been wearing either nursery uniform jumpers or t shirts, or we’ve not really had any opportunities to get photos during the day of his clothing. Lots of outdoor activities but it’s really too cold or wet to be getting him to strip off out of his coat.
First of all, we’ve had the first of our NCT group’s 4th birthday parties. Admittedly held early to avoid the Christmas busy times, but so amazing to see how they’d all grown since the last round of birthdays.
N does love to wear a shirt, so he has a few for parties and smart outings. This was the first outing for this blue shirt with the small motif on. We teamed it with some navy skinny cords. I do love cords, and N’s been going on about trousers being soft or not, and he really likes these ones too. When I tried to get him to pose he was running in and out of the shot again, until he finally struck some interesting poses.
I particularly love the arm on corner pose, despite it not being a great picture of him.
Skinny cords – Primark
Shirt – Tu at Sainsbury’s
N’s never really had a Christmas jumper and I don’t really partake in them either (mostly because they’re too thick and hot for me, as well as not being particularly flattering!). In the past I’ve stocked up on some wintry designs, but not actually Christmas icons. However this year, I couldn’t resist this gorgeous Next reindeer one. Add to the cuteness, there’s also a flashing red nose which N loves.
So far it’s had 3 outings, but I’m sure it’ll get worn more throughout the season, plus next year as I went for an age 5 so there’s plenty of growing room lengthwise for him.
We’ve not yet got last year’s sales purchases out which have a Christmas touch to them. There’s a brilliant bright blue Gap jumper, and a more subtle navy one, both with snowflake designs on the yoke part.
Have you got out the Christmas jumpers this year? Or full on Christmas outfits for the kids?
I’m linking up to both Trendy Tot Thursday and the reinvented Funky Kid Friday.