What Emily Wore #22

Well, well, well. I haven't wrote a baby fashion post in ages. I have to say I really do miss them! I love nothing more than picking out Emily's outfits, although she seems to be getting more and more picky. We went to get her some new shoes last weekend. She has been walking for about 4 weeks now, so the pre-walkers were out and we needed big girl clarks walkers. eek! I fell in love with some gorgeous pink doodles. They seemed perfect for Emily, and I desperately wanted them. Her feet are now a size 3G, they didn't have the pink ones in Emily's size but they did have navy. The navy were lovely, so I tried them on her and I didn't mind the fact they weren't pink. Emily on the other hand had a issue with it. She kept pointing at the pink version of the doodles, shouting 'shoes shoes'. Clearly she didn't want the navy. 3 stores later I tracked down a pair in the right size, so my little diva now has the pink ones! 



Leggings & T-shirt: Tu by Sainsburys | Hoodie: Next 

This outfit is one of my absolute favourites. I love the print of the leggings, the T-shirt Emily is wearing is navy and has the same floral pattern detailing as the leggings. They complement each other perfectly. The best thing about this outfit is the leggings and T-shirt were 2 for £4. Absolutely bargain. My go to has been leggings for Emily at the moment, she is walking more and more, and whenever I put her in long tops, or dresses, she seems to end up tripping. I think it is purely because she isn't 100% used to walking yet. The hoodie is also my favourite, I think hoodies are a staple item for a child's wardrobe, they are perfect to chuck on in the evening when it gets a little chilly. I wanted to get Emily a new one in a bigger size, but Next stopped selling them. I did find a hot pink one, in the next size up which I have brought, but honestly I prefer the pastel colour. I can't believe how big Emily has got, shes turned into a right little diva recently. Walking, talking, attitude, but I wouldn't have her any other way. I just love the little faces she pulls. Anyway I'm rambling.


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 The Knott Bump & Us A Slice of My Life Wales

9 comments

  1. Oh Steph she is so gorgeous and how exciting that she is walking and has some proper shoes to walk in! What a clever little girl! I love that she is a bit of a diva already haha ;) I hope you have had a lovely weekend xx

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    1. Thank you! .. She has been walking since she was 10 months. I can't believe how clever she is. xx

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  2. Look at her walking! What a big girl! Isla was the same, she started at around 10 months and I struggled to find walkers that I actually liked! I love the fact she chose them herself! What a clever cookie. Those leggings look fab and go really well with the shoes. Super cute outfit! I need to check out Sainsburys soon :) Thanks so much for linking up and hope you had a great bank holiday weekend doll x #weekendministyle

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    1. It's reassuring to know I am not the only one who has/had trouble finding nice shoes. I hope I can find her some wellies, I have seen some peppa pig ones in next, but Emily doesn't watch peppa so I don't really want her to have those. I personally can't stand peppa and would rather she didn't have them, but if they are the only size. Then I guess I will just have to haha. Thanks for hosting. xx

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  3. That is a super cute outfit and perfect shoes for taking her first ever steps... We are very fond of Clarks shoes here, both kids were mainly brought up with Clarks Shoes and are still wearing them now. Thank you for sharing #TT_Thursday

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  4. I love that she demanded the pink shoes, that is too cute! Fab photos :)

    #WhatMyBabyWore

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    1. Thanks love, what can I say.. I have a diva! xx

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  5. Ah, look at her walking! Adorable!

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  6. Awww M had these in a 2.5 and loved them. So much easier to walk in than her next pair of walkers

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