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The boys Festive Wardrobe // Catimini and 3Pommes

We are one of those families that dress up for Christmas!
I think it makes the day that little bit more special and I always feel better for putting in some effort.
I have dressed up for Christmas since I was young, its a tradition that I've kept and now I always make sure the boys are looking top notch on Christmas Day.

Usually we go off to one of our parents house but this year we are hosting our first ever Christmas!
The new house is stunning and big enough, so it makes sense!

Even though we aren't going anywhere, the boys will still be dressing up!

This year the boys were sent some gorgeous clothes from the brands 

Catimini - children's fashion with passion for more than 40 years! 
This charming brand was founded in 1972 by Monique and Paul Salmon. 
The company can be found in more than 40 different countries, from Belgium to Australia, from Mexico to Tahiti, and can therefore truly be described as an international brand.

Noah is wearing a "Hipster" long sleeved t-shirt and Knitted denim trousers in indigo.
The jeans are drawstring, which are great if you need to adjust the waist size.
Noah is pretty skinny, so this came in handy as otherwise they would have just slipped right off.
I love the look and he looks stylish and comfy!

Rupert is wearing a Jacquard Cardigan and Skinny Jeans.

Ru and I both love the red skinny jeans and cardi look, its a perfect Christmas Day outfit.
His Jacquard cardigan is nice and cosy, just perfect for cold winter days.

Oscar is wearing a sweatshirt cardigan  and Resin treated demin skinny jeans.
The jeans are lined with a tartan fabric, so when you roll up the bottoms, you get a little festive feel from them!


Alex is also wearing resin treated demin jeans and a stitched polo shirt, which has some cool embroidery badges. 

I love the details in the clothing, they are well made and completely worth spending that little bit extra.

All the boys look amazing in their outfits and they all love them which is a bonus.
As usually when I dress them up they always have something to moan about!

Rupert looking nice and festive next to our tree!

The French brand 3 Pommes is a whole world of fashion and play for children! 
With a rich clothing design history, which began in Normandy in the 1970s.

Oscar really rocks the checked shirt and skinny jeans look!
He looks so smart and handsome!

Alex is looking casual in his freestyle T-shirt and faded skinny jeans.
This is a perfect outfit for Boxing Day.

Ru certainly is Captain of the Ship in this long sleeved tee.
Simple but cute, the blue in the design matches perfectly with his blue skinny jeans .
Ru teams his outfit with his beloved yellow welly boots and it all goes very nicely!

Noah is rocking the 3Pommes Teddy Jacket along with his Catimin outfit.
The jacket is perfect for popping on if heading out for a Boxing Day walk.
It's nice and cosy and will help Noah keep nice and snug!

The boys all collecting wood from the garden from for our fire.

The boys all had fun modelling their festive outfits for you.
I hope you enjoyed taking a peek into what they'll be wearing come Christmas.

Do you dress up for Christmas or do you keep it Casual?

Ready to go and visit Nana and Gramps!

*I was sent the outfits for the purpose of this post.


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