Where to buy children’s clothes in wool, for newborn to teen, from carefully selected retailers in the UK, for ultimate comfort and style? This is our top recommendations for children’s clothing shops -and wool specialist, on the occasion of Campaign for Wool and Wool Week! (The above beautiful retro set is available from Kidscase, more info below.)
WoolLand offers Norwegian high quality merino wool underwear for the whole family that stands out in design, quality and that easily can be used as a basic wardrobe during the colder months. The new Autumn Winter collection comes in a range of delicate colours, contains twice as much wool in a lovely merino quality with a silk feel to it, perfect as daywear during Winter.
To celebrate their lovely new The Little White Company Autumn collection, we were invited to a private screening of Frozen, complete with drinks and snacks at one of London’s most special cinemas, the Electric Cinema in Notting Hill. With both film and bed linen collection drawing on inspiration from the Nordic countries, we were in for a treat!
In Sweden, the country which origin, the cinnamon roll is called a ‘kanelbulle’. The sweet pastry, filled with cinnamon, sugar and butter has in fact its own day! The official cinnamon bun is celebrated in Sweden, and worldwide on the 4th of October, as ‘kanelbullens dag’ And this is where you can enjoy your cinnamon bun in London!
The post Norwegian Traditional Costumes for children -the Bunad was suddenly trending on Little Scandinavian yesterday, which reminded me that I’ve lately seen some inspirational photographs on Pinterest, of children in Norwegian National costumes. Please note that this wouldn’t be complete without including the natives, the Sami. Here’s my absolute favourites!
Austrian fashion is perhaps even more traditional than Scandinavian fashion. Known for their beautiful traditional outfits, the Austrian trachten and also longstanding family business producing classic design, for children. It’s therefor with great interest we discover the Danish brand Ej Sikke Lej, with it’s typical Danish retro style, in the alps.