Bread and Jam

I was going through a storage box of Little Legs’ old 12-18 months clothes last night. Some beautiful things. La Bambina is a lucky girl.
One of my favourite dresses is from i love bread and jam. My dad found it for her and that only makes me love it more.

This is her favourite of all time.

I loved this she had a few winters ago.

They stock a limited selection in John Lewis now I believe but have their full range on their website. The dresses are simple but beautiful, they wash well and last ages.
Practical enough for the park, pretty enough for a party. British, handmade and limited edition (if you see one you like don’t dither) I buy H&M long sleeved bodysuits in loads of colours for my girls to wear underneath.

I’d very happily wear this one myself!

How could I mention bread and jam without a nod to Frances.

Enjoy the sunshine.

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7 thoughts on “Bread and Jam

  1. Gina WornOut

    such gorgeous dresses and I’m guessing tiny girl will enjoy them just as much as her lovely sister.

      1. EveWornOut

        I love them! They’re not on the UK site yet. I’ll keep my eyes peeled.

        I returned the pink jumpsuit – it didn’t fit me at all. The black one is lovely and looks a lot more luxe than Zara imo. Only issue for me is that the drape is quite low cut and I need either a subtle pin (I find it so hard to do) or a bandeau underneath. I tried a few Topshop lace ones – black and a few bright colours but they made it/me look cheap. How are you going to “style” yours? I’m thinking maybe the M&S perspex heel snake print sandals and a snake clutch or yellow heels and a leopard clutch. Or maybe black high leather wedges (good for dancing) and a bright clutch.

  2. Poppy's Style

    Yes I think the M&S sandals will be perfect – I nearly bought those when I was back home but got the peep toe booties instead – I’ll probably try those with the jumpsuit or just black courts with a bright clutch. I think it definitely needs heels. I don’t like the idea of a cami underneath either – the impact should be with the trouser half of it not the top – you could always stitch a small press stud at the V – I’m sure an alterers could do it for you if you’re as bad as I am with a needle and thread:)


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