Spring is just around the corner, the days are (slowly) getting longer and brighter and there's a definite freshness to the air that signals warmer days are on their way. However, we all know just how unpredictable British weather can be. This is why we've put together a list of our top winter warmers, clothing that will see your little ones through the day rainy days of January and into the sun showers of March.
Wrap up warm

First things first, a good waterproof coat is essential. These brilliant coats from Igor are the perfect solution when it comes to jumping in muddy puddles. The lightweight jackets are fully waterproof. Plus, they have two hooded pockets for extra protection, a lined hood and an easy fastening zip.
I also love these neck-warmers from Liewood. Not only are they made from organic cotton, but they're also super soft and 100% guaranteed itch-free and practical, especially for little ones who don't want to get tangled up in long scarf ends!
Liewood: Mathias Neck Warmer - Tuscany Rose
From their head to...

Keep those ears toasty and warm with one of these cool beanies from Liewood, made from organic cotton. Your little ones can wear them rolled up or down (depending on what look they're going for!) and the elastic rib quality ensures they're a good fit with plenty of room to grow.

...to their toes

We have loads of wellies on the website to choose from. Some of my all-time favourites are these colour-changing boots from Grass & Air. The clever pattern design on their wellies has been designed with fun in mind. The kids will love watching the raindrops change colour as they get wet, revealing a fun multicoloured print. In these boots splashing in puddles or running in the rain is ALWAYS recommended.
Boots they can still run, skip, splash and climb in are always a winner for me! This means I also adore these short rain boots from Igor. Firstly, they come in three beautiful classic colours and secondly, they're the perfect length for little legs! You can see the full range of wellies here.
Igor Euri Rain coats for kids - Acorn & Pip
January 19, 2022 — Lucy Estherby