You know I’m a total freak when it comes to fashion and there’s no difference when it comes to my little one. I’m obsessed with clothes for babies and shopping for Liam started before I even knew what we’re having. I’ve been following many fashion brands for kids before I was even trying to get pregnant (they’re soo cute) and I remember I was checking out baby clothes in every store I stepped into since always, so shopping for Liam started right after I found out I was pregnant. What I did was actually placing online orders since month 2, shopping for both genders but mostly for girls as I thought we’re having a baby girl and than I returned or gifted all the girls clothes and kept boys clothes. It sounds crazy I know, but that’s what fashion freaks do… I guess!
I love to spend money of baby clothes (sorry not sorry), but I believe I’m spending it reasonably. I’ve been getting a lot of questions about this topic, so I decided to talk about it a bit. As most of mums probably I buy bodysuits and pyjamas mostly in stores such as H&M, Zara and Next and for the more unique pieces as the ones you can see on the photos I love brands as Mini Rodini, Gugguu, Moi, etc. I’m really happy that all those high-end fashion brands are now available in Slovenian online store Kanna.si, even more, they have a lot of items on SALE now! At first I was a bit sceptic about the price of the clothes, but once you own a piece from their store you’ll never go back, I promise. The quality is way better than you’ll get it from high street brands and clothes stay in a really good condition (like new) even after you wash them 20 times. I even started ordering bodysuits from Kanna.si because I’m obsessed with the material. Most of the clothes Liam owns are from Mini Rodini brand as I’m in love the quality and quirky designs.
And for those who haven’t heard of Mini Rodini brand yet – today, Mini Rodini is one of Scandinavia’s fastest growing children’s wear brands, selling in some of the most prestigious department stores and independent shops all around the world, from Harvey Nichols to Selfridges in London and Barneys in New York. As of now, Mini Rodini is represented in over 500 selected locations and I’m really glad Slovenia is one of them!
Photo by Enja Brelih Photography