Over the last couple of weeks I have had the pleasure of trying out several new pieces from Rockin’ Baby‘s Spring Summer clothing collection on Jacob and I have to be honest and say that I had presumed that Rockin’ Baby clothing was out of our price range with just having had a baby.
However having taken a look at their website in more detail I have to take that back my unfounded first thoughts as their outfits are more than comparable on price to hughstreet shops but with a really lovely twist … they run a campaign called Mother to Mother.
The Mother to Mother campaign works by supporting mothers in need as with every sling or pouch purchase they will donate an orange hero sling to mothers in desperate need in Haiti or Kenya which is a really lovely campaign to support.
Now back to some new clothing for Jacob and we were sent 3 items to have a look at from the new Rockin’ Baby Spring Summer range and immediately fell in love with the bight and bold colours and motifs on all 3 items.
I loved the fact they were super soft on Jacobs skin and no bulky seams to dig in anywhere on him.
The shorts romper set is my ultimate favourite item that was sent, with its intricate embroidery on the lizard and its well positioned poppers this is a wonderful piece for his summer wardrobe.
We were also sent a wonderfully striking vest with zebras and lions on with a contrasting piping that I adore and it’s going to look amazing teamed with some block colour shorts or even if its hot it can be worn on its own!
The final piece we were sent was the stripy Zebra all in one with contrasting colour blocks … again it was beautifully stitched and oozed quality.
With all 3 piece we were sent they have washed and worn beautifully and I will certainly be looking at their pieces again in the future, in fact I am slightly gutted we didn’t have some of their items from birth.
The pieces that were sent are not currently on sale but will be shortly so keep your eyes peeled!
Disclaimer: We were sent these pieces to give our opinion on, all thoughts and opinions were independently formed by members of The Oliver’s Madhouse