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Baba Fashionista with Little Lord & Lady + Giveaway

Bonjour lecteurs! After a short break in Cornwall and Devon, we have a parfait post for you! Indeed, we are back with a giveaway for you to win £100 on Little Lord & Lady New Collection Online! This brand is so chic and had a very stunning collection for your little ones to look dapper this season! In Baba Fashionista with Little Lord & Lady, we will show you some gorgeous clothes modelled amongst some sheep! Or almost 🙂 Baba actually kept his distance. And soon the weekend!

3 Facts about Little Lord & Lady

  • Little Lord & Lady is a British designed brand with some fab prints! Indeed each garment from the collection is very stylish, inspired by traditional British style and culture. Each season is filled with some clothes très sophistiqués! From 6 months through to 8 years, you can be sure to make a statement!

 

  • Each design is truly timeless with the most exquisite details. As soon as we received the clothes presented in this post, I knew Baba was going to look so grown up and totally smart!

 

  • The entire collection features chic clothes and accessories. We better warn you. If you like a fancy bow and something traditional like a waistcoat, it is going to become your fave brand!

But words only can’t describe it! See for yourself!

George: Gentleman print shirt

Who does not like the Royals? We do and the name of this mega elegant shirt reminds us of Prince George. Nothing less! This print is idéal for a gentleman like Baba! Oui, oui, he is one, I promise!

Made of 100% cotton, it is is very resistant while comfy. I don’t know about your boys, but Baba is not the type to stay still… So feeling good in his clothes is important!

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Looking very careful around the sheep in our cottage in Devon

This garment is so elegant and we love the British style.

The collar and the little pocket on the side make such a difference! Baba is officially a toddler and not a baby anymore! We even had a conversation about not calling him ‘Baba’ anymore the other day!

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Later on, he braved it! He knew he was going to impress the sheep, right?

Overall, this shirt is fab and I can not wait to team it up with some jumpers Baba has.

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Looking even smarter with glasses on…

Elegant with a fabulous print, it went so well with the second item we received!

Albert: Teal twill trousers with braces

How fabulous those trousers look?! Even before we tried them on, I was mega impressed by its softness and the amazing shade! In Frenchie, you would describe it as bleu canard (yeah, Blue Duck!). I think it is such a fab couleur for AW. I love nothing more than Baba in blue and this is such a fab twist!

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Such a fab cut! He looks so pretty in those!

Furthermore, Baba never had any pantalon with braces. I don’t know why I was always under the impression that it would be difficile to dress him up in something like that. But it was actually super easy! And once more, Baba looks so comfortable!

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And comfy too for a walk in the country 🙂

With its adjustable waist, you can be sure the fit will be trim! It is so stretch it looks simply beautiful! And it really gives him a cute pair of legs (and bum!).

This is so dapper!!!! With such a style, I did not think my Baba could be any more elegant! Well, I was wrong once more!

Digby: Teal tweed waistcoat

To complete the fab look, Little Lord & Lady sent us this tweet waistcoat. Yet again, another première for Baba!

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Hold on, let’s add some cars in the shoot!

Made of 56% Wool, this piece is keeping my Baba warm while super élégant! The teal tweed with the burgundy stripe gives him a stunning look.

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Now, take a good look at my very special jacket ladies…

And the pockets? They keep his favourite cars safe from being lost! Plus, it is such a cute detail! It’s this little je-ne-sais-quoi that adds up a touch of grown-up!

Baba Fashionista with Little Lord & Lady – Le verdict

Little Lord & Lady is such a gorgeous brand! I love its quirky way to make our little ones look more mature! The fabric used in each item we got are so pretty and really warm. So I know for sure that Baba will look fabulous in the AW!

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Such cute details! How fab is the brand’s name on the back like that?

It both feels and looks luxurious with some amazing colours for the season! No doubt that each piece from the collection is well thought-through so that our children can look good without a doubt!

The style is proudly British so that they can look like little lords and ladies! That’s it!

Loving it too? Time to play now…

Baba Fashionista with Little Lord & Lady – Giveaway

Fancy £100 to spend on Little Lord & Lady’s website?

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What a stylish chap! Watch out for the sheep Maman!

Enter now this giveaway via Gleam!

Win £100 to spend on Little Lord & Lady’s website

This giveaway starts on Thursday 30th August at 6.30 pm and ends at midnight on the 30th of September.

The competition is open to UK residents only.

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No cash alternative available.

We will select 1 winner at random.
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Bonne chance!

Merci for reading our Baba Fashionista with Little Lord & Lady! And if you love kids’ fashion too, make sure to follow us on Instagram as we have a series of fashion giveaways there in September!

Loving what you see? Why not check out our Giveaways‘ section for more fabulous prizes to win with us!

Disclosure:  We received the clothes in this post for free.

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95 thoughts on “Baba Fashionista with Little Lord & Lady + Giveaway

  1. Definitely not the weather…. But I love the mixture of different people, cultures and places – there is so much to explore and see.

  2. Free from repression, you only have to compare with other countries where minority groups are persecuted for their sexuality or religion. Here we can be who we want, say what we want without fear!

  3. I’m an American who moved here a few years ago. Without a doubt, I’ve got to say the NHS. I don’t think you can appreciate how much of a relief it is if you haven’t lived without it (or something similar).

  4. Our history, varied countryside, beautiful beaches, mountains, castles, changing seasons, food, people, and humour. Oh and you can swim in the sea fairly safely. On a trip to Oz there was a sign on the entrance to a beach listing the 14 things that could kill you if you dared to dip your toe in the water!

  5. I live in the countryside, it is wonderful to see the changes of the trees etc, but also I am not to far away from a city, if I wish to go. there is so many different things to do and see, the UK is a wonderful place to live

  6. Gosh, that is difficult to answer. It would probably be the innate honesty and decency of most people and the socially caring infrastructure that surrounds us such as the NHS and the emergency services.

  7. I’m well travelled but consider our food some of the best in the world, we have so many beautiful beaches, towns & villages, we’re generally polite and caring and are mostly free to live in peace.

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