Where do you buy boys clothes?
It’s funny the kind of things that run through your mind when you’re pregnant and people ask you if you would prefer a boy or a girl. When I was pregnant with Little Bean I would always say that I wanted a girl but Hubby already had Curly, plus I had seen so many gorgeous outfits around for little girls but not so much for boys.
Once Little Bean had arrived safely I noticed how little there was in the way of clothing for boys and friends with boys would always comment that boys clothes choices were rubbish on the high street. Of course, once Beanie Boy came along I realised exactly what they were talking about. There are the odd few bits and pieces that catch your eye but because there isn’t so much choice for boys, you tend to find that your child is wearing the same as others when you arrive at playgroup or for playdates.
I have recently discovered PolarnOPyret which is an online store selling gorgeous children’s clothes from baby to 12 years for both boys and girls. They began in Stockholm in 1976 (a very fine year during which I was born!!) and have been going from strength to strength ever since. PolarnOPyret believe that children should be able to play and for that they need good quality clothes which will withstand wear and tear and be handed down from brother to sister. They are famous for their striped t-shirts but the range doesn’t end there. They have a good range of organic clothing which is growing year on year and their natural ambition is to make their production gentle on the environment with no compromise on quality, design and function.
When looking through the PolarnOPyret boys clothes to find something a bit different for Beanie Boy’s fast-approaching second birthday there were a few items which took my eye . . .
I love the bright colours which really compliment Beanie Boy’s gorgeous olive skin colour. PolarnOPyret are available to buy online or you can search for your nearest store here. Isn’t it time we found something a bit more special for the little men in our lives?