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Easter Is Approaching


It has been a busy old time here in the world of Dandy Lions. We have been bombarded with lovely new season clothes.

Frugi never fail to please with the scrumptious organic cotton clothes and they have some lovely spring designs too. We have had drop 1 & 2 and drop 3 will come later with some high summer styles.

This seasons Kite has some fabulous colours and styles acroos baby and toddler and children's ranges. I am loving the fire engines for baby boys and my favourite stand alone piece this season has to be the Peter Pan collar spotty top for girls. Made from luxuriously soft organic cotton in a lovely primrose yellow with a cute Peter Pan collar-perfect! The collection is all about childhood pass times with potato print patterns featuring.

We have an exciting range of Hatley raincoats in fab designs from dinos to flowers and sharks to ponies with brollies and wellies to match.

Lilly + Sid's collection of funky and quirky designs is inspired by vintage treasure and contemporary silhouettes and made for fun and adventures.

New arrivals from Mayoral are in lovely jade and navy colours for toddler boys and florals and blue shades for girls. There are some beautiful dresses and lovely traditional straw hat style sunhats.

The new collection from the French brand, Absorba has lovely traditional baby blue and baby pink designs and some gorgeous dresses with Swarovski elements, making a lovely outfit for a special occasion.

Toby Tiger brings us the most amazing party dresses with elephants or strawberry designs amongst lots of other fun designs. There are elephants for boys too. We also have some really fun socks with owls, foxes and badgers too.

We have also introduced some new brands this season- but that can wait for another blog!

We look forward to our lovely customers having a look at our new styles

As awlays, thank you for being a part of the world of Dandy Lions



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  • Jo Watson
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