Matching Christmas combinations

Thinking back to Christmas during my childhood I remember fondly a big emphasis on finding the ideal ensemble as opposed to the perfect presents. I remember running store after store to find matching socks and cardigans and shoes. I remember the excitement and magic. The tartan prints and red shoes!It's no wonder then that whilst everyone else is shopping for Christmas trees I'm focused on what I feel as a bit of a tradition, matching the shoe colours with the socks and finding boy girl matches in great anticipation.

Below are some of my personal choices and acquisitions for this year. You will see yellow is prominent in these choices and it isn't always a given choice for my children's wardrobe but I couldn't resist these yellow shoes by Coolis and the twist they bring to the traditional tartan prints. I have to mention Pukatuka, they have long been one of my all time faves but they have outdone themselves with this red embroidered shirt.

Tartan overalls from http://www.anaalmeidababy.com/ Embroidered shirt fromttp://www.pukatukaonline.com Lemon yellow shoes from https://coolis.pt/ Knee high now socks from http://www.panachekids.co.uk/

Tartan overalls from http://www.anaalmeidababy.com/

Embroidered shirt fromttp://www.pukatukaonline.com

Lemon yellow shoes from https://coolis.pt/

Knee high now socks from http://www.panachekids.co.uk/

Boys tartan h-bar overalls from http://www.anaalmeidababy.com/ Piped shirt from http://www.ameliabrennan.co.uk/ Lemon yellow oxford shoes https://coolis.pt/ Knee high ribbed socks from http://www.lacoquetakids.com/   

Boys tartan h-bar overalls from
http://www.anaalmeidababy.com/

Piped shirt from http://www.ameliabrennan.co.uk/

Lemon yellow oxford shoes https://coolis.pt/

Knee high ribbed socks from http://www.lacoquetakids.com/ 

 

Happy shopping 🤗