Natalie WongComment

Styling 3 Looks | Half Pint Chic

Natalie WongComment
Styling 3 Looks | Half Pint Chic

Half Pint Chic has to be my most exciting children’s fashion boutique find of the year so far. Designer childrenswear may not always be the most economical way to dress your children but it can be now thanks to Half Pint Chic. They offer amazing discounts on last seasons childrenswear, can you quite believe, up to 70% off, and, they stock some of my all time favourite labels like No added Sugar, Marie Chantal and Rachel Riley amongst so many more. I love good quality, stylish and unique childrenswear. For me, quality and style are everything, they are the deciding factors when I buy clothes for the girls. In general, I do try to be careful not to go over board when shopping for the girls but let’s be honest most of the high end labels make this a very difficult task. It is hard to restrain myself from purchasing many of the beautiful clothes available. Discovering Half Pint Chic means that I can relax a little whilst still enjoying buying the girls beautiful luxurious clothes, it’s like a little bit of heaven. I can purchase a few outfits for each of the girls in one go every season without feeling guilty and knowing that I still have the best quality clothes money can buy at an affordable price. They are boxed and wrapped just as beautifully as they would be from any of the luxury children’s clothing boutiques, when the postman comes knocking to deliver your goodies, opening your package is just as exciting and satisfying. 

3 Unique Looks. 

I have styled 3 looks from Half-Pint Chic to share. The Ultimate Party Dress, A lunch date in Notting Hill and A Playdate.

 

 Look 1: The Ultimate Party Dress

This dress is the most stunning orangey red. A classically timeless cut and will be worn for lots of parties, passed down to Lucia then kept as heirlooms. Yes, I have plans for this dress. I have been wanting to purchase a dress by Poppy for Gabriella for the longest time, she’s now at the perfect age to get lots of use out of it. Their beautiful printed hemline stories are very special and quite different. Each Poppy Dress is delivered with a story book that goes tells the story of your chosen dress.

By Poppy from Half Pint Chic £19 (Was £59.98)


 

Look 2: A Lunch Date in Notting Hill

This very stylish liberty printed outfit is such an investment. Worn together for an edgey catwalk inspired look or each piece worn separately looks just as fabulous and a little more understated. We paired it with denim leggings and boots over the weekend to run a few errands. I saw this outfit when it was on sale last Autumn Winter at No Added Sugar and missed the chance to buy it and it was a little pricey at almost £120 for both pieces. I feel so lucky that I had a second chance, and, it was £34. What an opportunity.

The perfect choice for lunch in Notting Hill. A mix of classic and contemporary and using iconic liberty print.

Skirt and Top by No Added Sugar from Half Pint Chic £17 each

 


 

Look 3: A Playdate

Simple and clean cut is the effortless option and great for those not brave enough to take a risk with print. It’s also money well spent. No worries about prints or colours being dated. Rose & Theo is the perfect brand if this is your preferred style. This dress is perfect for a playdate. Loosely cut, soft, very comfortable and a truly contemporary yet traditional option. 

Dress by Rose & Theo from Half Pint Chic £19

Stumbling upon Half Pint Chic means that I can indulged in more designer pieces at a fraction of the cost. It’s the perfect boutique to share with friends, buy gifts for friends children and grandchildren too.

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*PR samples provided by Half Pint Chic