Sparkles & Stretchmarks: A UK Parenting & Pregnancy Blog: Beautiful Baby Boy Style with Emil Et Rose

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

Beautiful Baby Boy Style with Emil Et Rose


Ever since I first found out I was having a baby boy, I have been on a one-woman mission to prove that little gents can be just as stylish and fun to dress as little girls.

I have to admit that my first thought was of regret at not having the opportunity to buy all of the tutus and frills I so adore seeing on girls (thinking about it, it's probably a good thing that I don't have a daughter as I imagine I would have her dressed in some kind of pink frou frou nightmare constantly!) - but I soon discovered that boys clothes can be just as adorable.

In fact, because it's more challenging to find beautiful and stylish clothing for boys than it is for girls (I challenge anybody NOT to dress a girl well with so much fantastic choice available in every supermarket and high street store!) I find it more rewarding to dress my son well - a little extra effort has to be made to find stunning outfits so when I find them, I feel pretty proud of myself!

One of the first brands I discovered early on in my pregnancy with Tyne was Emil Et Rose - I fell completely in love with their classic style and bought so many adorable baby outfits from their range.

Whenever there has been a special occasion coming up, I have always turned to Emil Et Rose - he wore one of their outfits for his birthday celebrations and for his cousins christening - so why should Christmas be any different?!

When we were recently given the chance to take a look at an outfit from the winter range, we were delighted and I was absolutely in my element browsing through the collection.

I have spotted SO many adorable outfits that Baby Boy Number 2 absolutely HAS to have!

So, what did I choose for Tyne?

I love to see Tyne wearing smart, classic clothing so I opted for the 3 Piece Knit Tank Top, shirt and mini rob woven trouser set (£63.50)


I absolutely adore the grey and navy colour combination, the tank top is made from incredibly soft 100% cotton and the quality is frankly exceptional. The ribbed detailing on the collar and waist line is beautiful, and the long sleeved white shirt and navy trousers make it the perfect little outfit.

I paired this with the adorable Grey woven mini-rib Baker Boy hat (£11.50) and I think it finishes this smart look off perfectly.

We also chose a coat to compliment the outfit and complete this stunning winter look - we went for the Wadded Microfibre Jacket in Navy (£44.75) - this again is very high quality and will certainly Tyne warm and snug through the winter, it comes with detachable mittens which I find a real plus and also has a fully detachable hood.


We ordered all of the items in size 23 months, as Tyne is currently 20 months old and the size below is 18 months.

All of the items are quite large on Tyne so I would say the sizing is quite generous, but this is ideal for over the winter as no doubt he will grow plenty!

I think this outfit is absolutely gorgeous, and I love seeing Tyne looking so smart - I would not hesitate to continue shopping with Emil Et Rose for him and his soon-to-be baby brother as I have done all along, and highly recommend them for your own children or gift giving for others - I cannot think of a baby gift I'd rather receive!




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2 comments:

  1. I have always wondered why there's so much more selection for baby girls than there is for baby boys. I find dressing little boys in waistcoats like you've done in the pics with your son is a good and easy way to make them look smart.

    I saw really nice heavily (-50%) discounted boys' outfits and suits at Mamas and Papas last weekend when I went shopping. It may be worth checking out :)

    I have just recently discovered your blog and must say you have a great domain name (it's even more difficult to find one than it is to find stylish clothes for little boys!)

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  2. He looks so smart. I love smart clothes on toddlers! x

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