Mother’s Day Gifting – Mama Fox Sweatshirt from Bax & Bay
Bax & Bay is a Scottish company which launched in 2015 with a mission to provide beautiful, simple and versatile accessories for parents and children. Their first product, the Cub Bag was extremely well received. It is a super-stylish 3-in-1 changing bag, feeding pillow and carry support. They have now extended their range further to include more bags, clothing for children, clothing for women and in time they will also have a fabulous range of home textiles.
Introducing the Mama Fox Sweatshirt
The Mama Fox sweatshirt is a Raglan sweatshirt made from 60% Recycled pre-consumer cotton organically grown and 40% Recycled post-consumer polyester. £5 of every sale goes to the Miscarriage Association www.miscarriageassociation.org.uk
The sweatshirt comes in Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large. I chose the Large because I like my sweatshirts to fit loosely so that I can pop a vest or t-shirt underneath without feeling too wrapped up.
I LOVE my sweatshirt and have been wearing it regularly since it arrived, it’s so soft, warm and snuggly. With the print on the front it looks more stylish than a standard plain sweatshirt and one day I would love to get the Beans a Fox Cub Hoody to match.
Working from home
Working from home and caring for my children at the same time I have to pick a ‘uniform’ that is comfortable, practical and that I still love. I try as much as possible NOT to having the heating constantly blaring out at home and I do two school runs a day so I choose clothes that will keep me warm and aren’t too restrictive. I try not to live in jeans the whole time and switch around with leggings, skirts, dresses and trousers. One of my ‘go-to’ outfits is my denim skirt with a sweatshirt and leggings or thick tights, it’s warm, comfortable and still has an edge to it especially when worn with my DM-style ankle boots.
DISCLAIMER: I was sent the Mama Fox sweatshirt for the purpose of this post. All words and opinions are my own and may not be copied without my permission. I have not been told what to write.