16.07.18

Daughter – classic children’s wear

Daughter - classic children's wear
Not long ago, at all, I showed you this lovely brand called daughter. Well Ainslie Hutchinson just put her new collection called ‘Somewhere’ online for pre-order and I had to pick it up straight away!

We are so lucky here in the North of Europe with the beautiful weather over the last weeks (yes weeks!) that I just need to show you this perfect ensemble of darling summer clothes. Daughter is based in Byron Bay, Australia and are probably inspired for warm and light clothes on 350 days of the year.

The collection is full of trans-seasonal pieces. Made from high quality fabrics that will wash well and last forever. Heirloom hand me down pieces! On top the classic silhouettes will never go out of style…

Ainslie is inspired by her two daughters, Indie and Elke as well as son Atlas.  And the nature of Australia which you can recognise in  her colour palette.
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Daughter - classic children's wear

Daughter - classic children's wear

Daughter - classic children's wear

Daughter - classic children's wear
What do you think about clothes that are made to hand down? Do you cherish it? Do you invest a little more to be able to keep things and pass them on? I do, but you know that if you are following this blog for a while…

I am all for good long lasting quality and yes I am happy to see dresses on my daughters again. Always telling them who was wearing a piece before them already and they find that super interesting. They even tell me now: ‘When I am big, Josephine will wear this.’ Or: ‘Romy, later I will wear your jacket, when you are too tall and I am big enough…’

‘We aim to create classic timeless pieces with simple silhouettes rather than passing trends and ensure the longevity of our clothing by using high quality, natural fabrics and manufacturing in an ethical and sustainable environment.’

 
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