Review; Toby Tiger Childrenswear

22nd November 2009 2 Comments

Fifi is a lucky girl, it seems that people are positively queueing up for her to try out and review their clothes. This week, I was made jealous yet again, when this really great pink and girly organic cotton stripy dress appeared from cool childrenswear company Toby Tiger. She gets to keep this, then some lucky person will inherit it in their charity shop bundle.

If I can afford it, I do my very best to get organic clothes. I’ve stated the reasons enough times before. Not only are they better for little skins, they are better for the environment and purely selfishly, they tend to wash up much better and last longer. As with all clothes on Fifi, I choose the size bigger than what she actually is. This was the right move, 10 month old Fifi is modelling a size 1- 2 years above.

This dress is really practical, it washed well, I think she looks cool (for a baby) and is suitable for most occasions well, in my book anyhow. You can wear it in the winter with tights or as it is in the summer. I’m very pleased with it. It’s well made, there are no loose threads or wobbly seams. The cotton is really good quality, soft, yet thick enough to be substantial. You can just tell that it will wash and wear and it is without doubt going to become a staple of her wardrobe.

So, if you like to dress your children in different clothes to the rest of the H & M , Sainsbury, Asda clad kids, then there are lots of other really cool clothes on the Toby Tiger site. Check them out, I guarantee you won’t come away empty handed, its just far too tempting…

Claire Walsh

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  • Jacqui 22nd November 2009 at 11:57 pm

    She looks adorable in that dress!! I"m going on the website right now to shop for my little girl…

  • Rebel Mother 24th November 2009 at 9:22 am

    Cotton next to the skin is lovely, better than that awful man-made crap which makes you sweat and stink!!<br><br>She is a real cutie<br><br>Love RMxx

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