Olivia’s Tuesday Lookbook: E & M style
Welcome back to another week of Olivia’s Tuesday Lookbook. This week I have E & M from over on Suburban Mum. Maria is one of my closest blogging friends and I am so happy to feature her boys this week. They both always look so smart and on trend and I’m sure you will agree after reading this.
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Hello! I’m Maria and I blog over at Suburban Mum. I have two cheeky boys (E and M) who are 3 and 6. They aren’t really into fashion (they are boys after all) but I do like to make sure they are well dressed.
I loved dressing them up when they were younger – especially in Christmas outfits! Those were the days where I could pretty much dress them up in anything I fancied without them kicking up too much of a fuss.
Nowadays, they have a little more input into what kinds of outfits they want to wear. M is particularly vocal over the tops he wants to wear of a morning which is something I never had a problem with, with his older brother.
Their usual daily wear consists of tops and jeans. I love this T-Shirt from Tiger Prints
T-Shirt: Tiger Prints
And as we are heading into colder weather we’ve been all about hoodies and sweatshirts to keep warm.
Zipped Sweatshirt: Boohoo Kids
This coat from Regatta has also been doing a sterling job of keeping E warm and cosy on the school run too.
Green Parka: Regatta
When I can, I like to dress them up smart with a shirt and jumper and I love the boys range from Jacadi
Jumper: Jacadi. Shoes: Bobux
Shirt and Jeans: H&M. Cardigan: Jacadi
Polo Shirts: Jacadi
The boys will be wearing these polo shirts on Christmas day – I don’t often buy the same clothes for them to wear but I do think they look rather cute in these tops.
It just goes to show that although the fashion range can be limited for boys (compared to girls), you just need a few key pieces that can be mixed and matched to create a different look.
What do you think?
I think they look great don’t you! If you would like to read more from Maria you can find her in the following places;