Sunday, July 16, 2017

What the Boys Wore | Twice Loved Creations ♥

Ever since Tyler was a baby I've loved buying handmade and vintage clothing for him to wear. Now that I have another little boy to dress, I've turned to the handmade and vintage clothing sellers again, to find him outfits that are unique, stylish and totally different to anything you'd ever find in high street shops.

I stumble across most of the shops I buy from on Instagram and Twice Loved Creations was a real find. So much so that I ended up buying to pieces from this lady, both in the same fabric as I loved it so much.

Not only is this gorgeous romper handmade, but it's also made from a vintage Beatrix Potter fabric featuring her popular and loveable characters too. It is perfection!

I bought the romper in a size up for Beau as I've found that handmade clothing from Australia can run a little small - they must have much smaller babies there than my Beau! This romper is a size 18-24 and it fits Beau perfectly now. I'll be so sad when he outgrows it, but it's definitely a piece which shall be kept by me forever, it's too special to ever let go, especially as it's made from a fabric that is no longer available.


This was my first time ordering from Twice Loved Creations but I'm so impressed with the quality of the clothing - both pieces were made perfectly and with such care. The shop offers clothing for both boys and girls - the dresses in the vintage floral fabrics are just divine - and it's a shop which I will continue to buy from.

Twice Loved Creations is currently closed for orders until January 2018, but I'll be keeping an eye out for more beautiful creations from Bec once it's reopened.

Beau wears:
Bodysuit - Rikiki London (as featured here)
Romper - Twice Loved Creations
Knee-high socks - AliExpress (bought here)
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