Fashion, KIDS

If you love the summer like I do and want to add a dose of happiness to your little ones wardrobe, then you can’t get by this summer without wearing eye-catching rainbow stripes. They have cropped up everywhere since the spring and is very much a key trend for the summer season.



Little black girl in a lavender field wearing key trend for the SS18 season rainbow stripe swim suit.


The fun thing about rocking rainbow stripes is the fact that they’re carefree and as we have been enjoying a heatwave here in Britain this summer, heading down to the beach or simply hanging out and playing in swimwear seems to be the most app thing to do to stay cool. This Frugi tankini set has pastel rainbow stripes and is perfect for swimming or playing in style. The vest has cross-over straps to stay securely in place and the matching bottoms have a pink polka dot frill and I’ve added some Next flip flops to walk around in.


Little black girl in a lavender field wearing key trend for the SS18 season rainbow stripe swim suit.


The great thing about Frugi’s swimwear line is that its made from soft organic cotton that’s kind to sensitive skin making it eczema friendly.  Fair trade and organic certified Frugi cotton isn’t sprayed with any chemical pesticides that can harm the environment, the cotton farmers and your skin so it’s super eco-friendly.

Until next week!




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