Last time I had small children, the Mini Club range from Boots had not really begun; it came in just as they were all getting older and had turned feral, making only cheap and cheerful throwaway clothes worth while. I’ve been eyeing up some of the outfits recently and so I was thrilled that Bene was offered some outfits to try out. He’s not often over dressed but I have enjoyed indulging up him occasionally.
We had to wait for him to grow into the out split I optimistically sized him up as needing and then had to wait for 2 lots of sneezy, snotty, squirty germs to pass. But here he is, sporting his jeans and top.
He doesn’t get to wear shoes often and was slightly bemused by these, though he thought trying to get them off again an excellent game 😉 (not the entirely intentional, well placed, product brand placement in the photo there, I took ages setting that up. Ahem.)
The shoes have a semi solid sole and a fluffy insides, easy to adjust hook and loop closing s and a lovely checked lumberjack design. They go with this hat (which is £7).
He did not approve of the hat. I liked it but as Bene has the family ‘enormous bonce’ he may get away without wearing it for long. It’s quite snug, so if your children are similarly big headed, you should go for a size up too 🙂
The jeans are great, fit a cloth bum under them and stay up through much climbing, clambering, crawling and wriggling. I had an overwhelming moment of melt at the dinosaur top too, which is just very sweet. The fabric is lovely quality and well stitched and at £6, a quality world away from similarly priced supermarket clothing.
We were also sent this lovely dungarees set for when he’s bigger. It’s similarly great quality, with lovely detail and a sturdy feel to the fabric. We will need to find a posh date to go on to wear it.
I have to say, the boys in this family get the best review products… I think it is time the girls had some fun 🙂
Disclosure: we were sent these items for review. All opinions are my own, as is the very nice box they came in. The girls stole the pretty ribbon it was tied up with.