Products We Love - Bonnie Baby

Tuesday, 4 September 2012 15:24:30 Europe/London

Bonnie Baby is a luxury babywear clothing label selling British designed clothes for baby & toddler.

 

Synonymous with imaginative design, use of colour and beautiful quality, Bonnie Baby’s designs are modern and stylish with witty touches and great attention to detail.

 

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The label was founded in 2004 by fashion designer and parent Tracey Samuel who, after years designing for some of the world’s biggest fashion houses, decided it was time that babies got to look stylish too. After the birth of her daughter Alice Bee, Tracey designed a capsule collection of machine washable cashmere luxury baby clothes that instantly became a sell-out.

 

The collection has now expanded to include cottons, silks, wovens and jersey basics – all designed with a sense of innocence and childlike fun which is at the heart of everything Bonnie Baby do and they have just launched their first childrenswear collection for Autumn Winter 2012/13.

 

With strong use of colour, knits and animal motifs this season I am sure these beautifully designed clothes will be on every style conscious mums wish list. My personal favourites are the Foxy Sweater £37.50 and the gorgeous Moira lambswool hat £25.00. 

 

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Bonnie Baby is stocked in up-market stores around the world, including Selfridges and Harrods, Harvey Nicols and Barneys and can also be bought online at www.bonniebaby.co.uk where all Organic Monkey customers will receive a 20% discount when using the following discount code: OG20.

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Bamboo Baby Dress to Impress

Tuesday, 26 June 2012 10:28:58 Europe/London

I was recently fortunate enough to receive two beautiful jumpers from Bamboo Baby for my 3 and 1 year old boys and thought I should share this gem of a company with you.

 

I always try to buy organic and eco friendly clothing for the boys without compromising on style and quality and these jumpers are real winners.

 

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