Friday, 14 August 2015

Vertbaudet Autumn/Winter Range 2015 - Review

Vertbaudet very kindly sent me a few pieces for the kids from the new Autumn/Winter range for 2015. I filmed the unpacking and revealing of the goodies, which you can watch on my YouTube channel.

For Z, they sent me a hoodie in a charcoal colour and a pair of tracksuit trousers in a navy colour. Both are a cotton/polyester mix but feel really nice and comfortable. I love the American flag print on the front of the hoodie and the cuff bottoms on the tracksuit trousers, making them really easy to wear with wellies in the Autumn or Winter.



Boy's Zip Up Sweatshirt in Charcoal, £17, ages 2-14 years.
Boy's Tracksuit Trousers in Navy, £12, aged 2-14 years.

For Miss C, they sent me this really trendy checked shirt in a brick red colour with navy detail. I love the popper buttons as these will make it really easy to put on and take off. I can't wait for Miss C to wear it with navy leggings or skinny jeans and her UGG boots as she will look so cute!


Miss C also received a set of pyjamas. Vertbaudet do some great packs of clothing including t-shirts and leggings but this is the first time we've had pyjamas from them. They are 100% cotton and feel so soft and comfy. I also love that the trousers have a cuff bottom as I think this style is less likely to ride up her leg when she sleeps.


The last item Miss C received is a two piece outfit; a cream jumper dress and navy and blue polka dot leggings. This is another great outfit for Winter and I can pair the leggings with a different top or put tights on underneath the dress. I really love the butterflies on the jumper too. I have a thing for clothing with butterflies on it.


Girl's Checked Shirt in Red Brick, £16, ages 2-14 years.
Girl's Dress and Leggings in Cream/Blue dot, £22, ages 2-14 years.
These particular pyjamas are unavailable however there are a couple of 2 packs of girl's pyjamas starting at £19, ages 2-14 years.

We received these clothing items for the purposes of a review. The opinions expressed are my own. 


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