Wednesday, August 22, 2018

What the Boys Wore | Kimba Kids ♥


*We were gifted these tops, however, as always, all thoughts and opinions expressed are 100% my own.

Finally, after over two years of being brothers, I have the boys dressed in perfectly matching outfits! How gorgeous are they in blue?

I'm loving browsing through the autumn/winter offerings for boys this year and one new brand which I've fallen in love with is Kimba Kids, a new fun and funky kids range by Kimberley Walsh.

Kimba Kids pieces are perfect for kids. Incorporating gorgeous colours and fun prints in each piece, these are clothes which kids want to wear and which parents want to dress their kids in.

The range is affordable, well-made and the quality is just perfect. The range is currently available from Next and next season is will also be available via the Kimba Kids website and other retailers.

I'm in love with the boys new camo print long sleeve tops (£16-£18). The long sleeves are perfect for the cooler autumn weather and I love the shades of blue, grey and yellow together. Kimba Kids offer a hoody and joggers to match this top but for late summer I think a pair of chino shorts - as I have dressed the boys in, goes great with the top too.

I love having them in matching clothes, I don't know why I've never really dressed them in the same outfits before because they look adorable together! My only difficulty now is trying to photograph them together, without them moving and looking at the camera!

The Kimba Kids ranges for both boys and girls starts at 3 and goes up to 12 years, so I'm sure there will be plenty more opportunities for me to pick up some gorgeous pieces to dress the boys in together.

To keep up to date with Kimba Kids launches and to see their new collection pieces check out their Instagram @kimbakidsuk


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