Luxurious Linen

Luxurious Linen

Luxurious Linen

We love linen! Linen is a natural fibre which is cool and comfortable and most importantly stylish to wear in the summer months. The flax plant has been cultivated to weave into linen since ancient times, notably most venerated by the Egyptians and is a sustainable fabric, requiring no irrigation. All the flax plant is used, nothing is wasted.

Our linen is mixed with cotton to be soft and breezy. The range is available in delicious ice cream tones of mint, lemon, sky blue and powder pink and includes four styles of dresses both sleeveless and with cap sleeves. Details include ribbons and bows, decorative edging, box pleats, pretty buttons, and a petal-shaped double collar. The pretty pastel dresses are perfect for summer days but are also lovely enough to be worn to parties and special occasions. All the dresses are available in 1-2, 2-3, 4-5 and 6-7 years.

In addition to dresses, we also have short leg dungarees for toddlers. The sky blue or powder pink dungarees are piped and have feature mother-of-pearl buttons running up the sides and are available in 6-12m, 12-18m and 18-24m. There are two styles of shirt and short sets: one has a sweet peter pan collar and a pleat detail on the top and the shorts fasten with matching buttons, the other has a short-sleeved top with a sailor collar and tie. Both these sets are available in 1-2, 2-3, and 4-5 years and can be paired with our linen sun hat which has a wide brim to protect delicate skin from the sun and can be tied under the chin.

We have two styles of vintage-inspired rompers for crawling babies and toddlers - either sleeveless or with piped short sleeves. Both feature peter pan collars, mother of pearl buttons, pleating and elasticated legs. So cute and such an easy way to keep babies cool in summer months. Both rompers look enchanting with our traditional peaked bonnet.

 

 

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