Our Style

Children’s fashion is such fun, isn’t it?  The twins have an incredibly exciting wardrobe filled with the most magical designs: stars and rainbows; frogs and foxes and elk; stripes and chevrons; dungarees in bright colours; extinct creatures; pigeons wearing jumpers.  Their wardrobe is for the most part sustainable and ethical, it has supported smaller independent sellers and brands.  It showcases designs made by people whom I’ve met and admire, jumpers made by my partner, Kirsty, fashion that the Scandi babies are wearing all that way across the sea.

Every time I open that wardrobe, I smile.

There is something deeply satisfying about searching out the perfect outfit, something that you KNOW that the other sprogs at play group won’t be wearing.  That is not to say that ours never wear clothes off of the High Street – sometimes they do – but it’s fun to supplement their wardrobe with something a little bit special.

I’m always happy to collaborate with baby and children’s fashion brands for a review when the item itself makes my heart sing.  What does a Meet the Wildes clothes review look like?

It looks like this:

Little Green Radicals

Little Green Radicals

Frugi

Frugi

Little Green Radicals

Frugi

Cloggs

House of Fraser

Frugi

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Little Nutkins

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Little Green Radicals

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Cololo

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Panda and the Sparrow

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Bonnie Mob

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Lilly & Sid

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Little Green Radicals

Twins wearing Maxomorra

Maxomorra

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Lilly & Sid

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Frugi

If you’d like to collaborate with us, please go ahead and email me at meetthewildes@aol.com for more information.

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