Style File: Baby Essentials

Sunday September 15th 2013

Since the arrival of the royal baby, Prince George, the Little Boo-Teek team have been a little more clucky than usual and this has only gotten worse with the arrival of some seriously cute baby clothes and essentials! 

Cute baby rompers, cuddly bunny rugs, sweet swaddles and a variety of baby bibs can all be found online at Little Boo-Teek and today I'm bringing you a round up of my favourite baby essentials.

 

Mizzle Pink Stripe Bib

Introducing Mizzle's signature square bib - the ultimate baby essential! Also available in blue stripe, bib features super absorbent towelling back, soft cotton front and measuring a large 37 x 25 cm to catch even more messy spills!

Mizzle Short Wrap Romper

Adorable wrap style baby romper in pale grey! Made from soft cotton, the wrap style makes dressing your baby a breeze! Features the Mizzle logo on the back - best paired with a Mizzle signature bib and a sweet toothless baby smile!

Fox & Finch Baby Essential White Stripe Romper

Simple, sweet, stylish and gender neutral, this romper would make a beautiful baby shower gift. The long sleeve wrap baby romper from Essential Stripes range by Fox and Finch Baby comes in both newborn and premmie sizes.

Mizzle Ultra Wrap

Mizzle Ultra Wraps are  the perfect swaddle and wrap from newborn right through to toddler years! They are a HUGE 150cm square wrap for easy swaddling, pram shade or even a cot sheet! Available in Mizzle's signature soft colours to co-ordinate all of your baby's essentials!

Fox & Finch Baby Essential Stripe Bunny Rug

Does anyone else have a sweet spot for a baby in stripes? This gorgeous bunny rug from Fox and Finch Baby is super soft and versatile featuring pink and grey stripes and 100% cotton ribbed trims.

That's Style File for another week! If there is a particular theme or style that you would love to see, I would love to hear about it! You can contact us via FacebookTwitter or Instagram!

 

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