French born catalogue La Redoute is bringing a

by:Rayoptek     2020-07-08
Stella McCartney is a British favourite, and is not only a fashion designer but also mum to four children, sons Miller and Beckett, and daughters Bailey and Reiley. This makes her the perfect person to design for children as she understands the fine balance that needs to be struck between style and practicality. At La Redoute you can find Stella McCartney designs for boys, girls and babies, making it a one stop shop for filling your kid's wardrobes with fabulous designer gear. Of course, mums and dads are conscious of cost, and the Stella McCartney range features some surprisingly affordable pieces. To reduce the cost even further you should head to 5hop5.co.uk for a La Redoute Promo Code before you shop. It is also worth bearing in mind that designer kids clothing has a good resale value on sites such as eBay, and so it may be possible to reduce some of the cost by selling on second hand after your children have out grown the items. Whether you have boys, girls or a combination, the Stella McCartney Kids collection at La Redoute is a beautiful range for budding little fashionistas. For Little Boys The Stella McCartney range for boys is colourful and varied. Chino trousers in royal blue, dark orange and bright yellow will ensure that your child stands out among all their denim clad little friends, and the beautiful Joplin Printed T Shirt will pair with the trousers perfectly. Flashes of bright yellow, orange and royal blue run through the range, with the bright blue Kids Otto Parka and denim shorts, zesty yellow wellingtons and Bingo cap, and the luscious orange long sleeved Paul t.shirt. Brights aside, there's lots to choose from for lovers of neutrals, influxing the comfortable grey Patch Fleece Trousers, Henry T Shirt and Cosmo Sweater, ivory, brown and pale blue chinos, and the chunky Chuck Shawl Collar Cable Knot Sweater. Stripes also feature heavily for little boys, as well as cute characters including dogs and llamas. For parents of little boys who love to dress up, the Stella McCartney Kids Jay Waistcoat and Lee Military Jacket will make getting dressed fun for your little soldiers. For Little Girls When it comes to little girls it's all about the print, with a cute and playful bird print featuring on the Emma Blouse, Mia Vest Dress, Bluebell Tiered Dress, Blossom Shirt Dress and Matilda Printed T Shirt. These items are also available in a bright floral print, or plain if you prefer. Playsuits are also featured in a nod to the fashion trend, and the Bonnie Playsuit comes in a striking red, or in pink and white stripes with adorable wings. To cover up, the Georgia Cardigan in pink is a girly choice, whereas the Cosmo hoody in grey is great for little tomboys to pull on over a playsuit. For Babies As a mum of four Stella understands that when it comes to babies comfort is a priority. That's why her range for babies includes Hettie and Macy leggings in the softest organic cotton. The beautiful Indy Baby sweaters in organic cotton and cashmere complete the snugly, soft look. The Giggle All in One is also made from the softest organic cotton and comes in a floral or tiger design. For warm weather there's nothing cuter than the Stella McCartney Baby Blouse and Bloomers set. It comes in a range of patterns and colours, and is sure to keep your precious bundle cool and comfortable all day long. When it comes to baby basics, the bodysuit is essential. The Stella McCartney Kids pack of seven Semaine Bodysuits features a different cute animal design for every day of the week. Presented in a gorgeous gift box, this set would make a lovely newborn present that the recipient is sure to get lots of use from. If you love to see your kids looking stylish and well-presented, but still want to dress them in practical items that will last, the Stella McCartney Kids range is the perfect choice to kit them out in. Take a look at the varied range at La Redoute and you're sure to have the best dressed tots on the block.
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