Frenchie Mummy loves fashion, for sure. So much indeed that one of my first posts was about how to stay stylish while pregnant.
I also posted two wish lists so far on the blog: one with summer bags to die for and a more recent one with a selection of winter coats. If you love nice handbags or Ted Baker then, make sure to read them!
People always compliment Baba’s clothes. You want to know my secret? C’est très simple. He wears a lot of Frenchie brands. Here is for you a list of my favourite French baby clothes brands.
It’s a classic amongst baby clothes. I don’t know a Frenchie kid who has never tried their fabulous stuff! Did you know that the brand designs, draws, knits, cuts, sews, assembles, tests and finishes its products to the highest standards since 1893? That’s a lot to remember right?
More seriously, j’adore this brand and its cult items such as its bodies and polo necks.
Not only they are stylish, but they last forever. You also have a great choice of stripped marinières that are so stunning. If you like the maritime look, this is your brand!
And to be even cuter, there are some Frenchie messages on some of the clothes!
We had the chance to be sent some of their samples not such a long time ago and we will review them soon. Make sure you don’t miss this future post!
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like they have any boutiques in the UK. However, it’s one of the favourite baby shops in France. So if you are lucky enough to visit our lovely Frenchie land, make sure that you stop by one of their shops. They have a fabulous choice of funny patterns. The baby boys’ section is also very good. I am mentioning it because I noticed that the boys’ section is always more restrictive in many places I go!
I love their affordable, yet colourful selection of children clothes. I have sweet memories of going to their local shop when I was myself a kid and stocking up on their great items.
Un secret? That is where I bought my first ever bra! Check out their packs of bodysuits. They are of great value. My favourite item we got for Baba was these lemon pyjamas. How adorable and different is it?
Synonym of sophistication, it’s a must-have in your baby’s wardrobe. J’aime their logo: it looks like the type of clothes that Princess Charlotte would wear.
Baba got some presents from this brand and he couldn’t look less Frenchie than that! This picture was one of our most popular ones on the Frenchie Instagram.
They also have the cutest accessories ever! An investment that you won’t regret, for sure! I mean, how can you go wrong with such an outfit?!
They also include some cute phrases in Frenchie on their clothes. You can be sure that people always ask me. It adds up to Baba’s cute factor…
I already bought Baba a pair of trunks for next summer. He is so going to rock at the swimming-pool with its gorgeous Vichy pattern.
So here are our top Frenchie baby brands that make Baba a gorgeous baby in our town. I hope you enjoyed it. Don’t resist! Go on their website and get some pieces for your children. You won’t regret it! Vive la Frenchie fashion! ??
Not sure? Look at more pics of Baba modelling Frenchie brands!
Which one is your favourite Frenchie brand? Does your child also wear those Frenchie labels?
Aww, they look really nice on him, not too many Frenchy stripes!
Gorgeous outfits. I love DP…am for children’s clothes – the girls have a few outfits that we bought there when visiting friends in Aix-en-Provence and Jessica had the most gorgeous little coat that Grandma bought her from there – I always had so many comments on it every time she wore it. I’ve now discovered that they ship to the UK which is probably going to be bad news for my bank balance! 🙂
We love all of these too and are very lucky to have French family who send over cute parcels now and again! I especially love Jacadi – very sophisticated just like your Royal baby George Lookalike shows! My little chubby baba didn’t last long in his Petit Bateau outfits as he was too big for the French sizes. Then again, he is bigger at 4 months than his twin cousins at 9 months…! Lol. I also discovered Orchestra last week which was pretty cute. When I was pregnant I loved Envie de Fraises. Off the subject of clothing though, I also discovered Maisons du Monde recently and they have the BEST children’s decor ideas (in fact ANY decor ideas). Ahhhh maybe we should move to France…
I love all those brands. I used to buy so much from Orchestra for my niece! I am sure my mum still does ?
I’ve never heard of these brands although we do love Vertbaudet which I believe is French?? Gorgeous clothes though, makes me want another baby!
oh yes, Vert Baudet is nice as well and Frenchie x
Such a shame Celio* doesn’t do baby stuff. Even worse the English language Celio.com website was only a short-lived experiment depriving me of one of my fave French clothing brands! But back to the matter in hand, Petite Bateau is a very good choice. #BrillaintBlogPosts
I love Celio. Always get some Frenhchie stuff (with a lot of stripes…) for Grumpy Boyfriend
He is so adorable and stylish!
Forgot to say #momsterslink
Aw gorgeous pics, love Petit B and lots of the French designers too. Do you know Melijoe? I worked with them a lot over the last year, they have tonnes of designer French brands under their umbrella. Thanks for sharing ones I’d not heard of and linking up x
Never heard of it! I must check. Thanks for the tip lovely xx
Such cute pictures and lovely clothes. #momsterlink
Aww he looks adorable! I love Petit Bateaux; that and Cadet Rouselle (I’m gutted my littlest two are about to grow out of them) – we’ve been luck enough to travel through France the last two summers and done a little shopping along the way!
never hear of Cadet Rouselle! I need to chek it out!
Lovely! There are so many wonderful French brands. I was relaly impressed with Jacadi when I reviewed them a while back. Gorgeous stuff. Petit B is another I would love to get to know better! I have some Bonpoint stuff too – I think they are French too aren’t they?
clothes look great,there’s a few ive not heard of,so im gonna check them out x
Oh I love all of these, we don’t have any french labels. Love the photo of him in the checked dungarees x #funkykidfriday
Gorgeous! We love Petit Bateau (one of B’s first outfits was a beautiful sleepsuit from there!). Love the look of those checked dungas!
Thanks for linking up to #FunkyKidFriday xxx
Aww, how cute! My stepmom brought back some frenchie toddler clothes several years back for my niece, and both my girls wore them. They were some of the cutest clothes in the closet, even after 5 years and two kids!
I am not surprised! I love Frenchie brands hahah. Thank you so much for reading our blog x