House Of Fraser Summer Clothing : Review
Following on from the success of our Autumn Review and shares on my weekly Trendy Tot Thursday linky, House Of Fraser have contacted me again and offered for us to review again for them. This time we are concentrating on their summer clothing, in hope that Summer really does put in a decent appearance sometime soon!
Following in the same line as last time I have chosen an outfit for both Lewis and Leah, here’s what we chose;
Starting with Lewis, we chose the Mango Boys Marvel Print T-Shirt in a size age 7-8. Lewis is rapidly becoming a Marvel fan, his favourite characters so far being Spiderman, Hulk and Ironman… although this changes regularly. This short sleeve 100% cotton t-shirt also has a round neck and printed on the front are some of the Marvel favourites, the main character beingHulk, Captain America, Thor and Ironman. There are 4 t-shirts to choose from in the Mango Marvel range and at a great price of £12.99 they are not to be missed.
Lewis absolutely loves his new t-shirt, has already been well worn, washes brilliantly on a 30c cycle. I tend to shy away from attempting to tumble dry any print t-shirts to avoid damage so so far this has only been hung dried and irons really well. This t-shirt is also dry cleanable.
For Leah we chose a stunning dress from Uttam Girls, the Camera Print Sun Dress in a size 3-4 perfect for her to wear this summer. Available to buy in two colours, we chose pink this great little dress has a really appealing price tag of £20.00. What we love about this dress is the detailing, mainly being the camera prints and flower hems. Made from 100%, this dress is ideal those hot days as the material is so light for keeping cool. Again this dress is ideal for 30c cycle washes and has only been hung dried, it washes and irons extremely well. Also there is a side zip, making life so much easier to your child to dress them-self which is perfect for Leah.
As you can see the sizing of the clothes are fantastic. I love how Leah’s dress goes down to her knees and is not too tight around her torso, allowing some extra growth room. As for Lewis, he’s not the average height of a 6 year old, all his clothes are now age 7-8 and his new top fits just as well as all his others. We look forward to plenty of times being able to wear these.
Currently House Of Fraser have a sale on, which both of these items are now reduced. Leah’s dress is available to buy for £10 whilst Lewis’s t-shirt is now £8.99 and with home delivery available from only £3.00 (Click and Collect Free) this is not a bargain to be missed!
**This is not a sponsored post, I was given a spend allowance to treat the kids to come new clothes from House Of Fraser. All words and opinions are my own.