The Woolworths Winter 2013 range of clothing and accessories for kids and baby has been brought to life with fun, colourful patterns and prints inspired by international style trends. Baby girls will look cuter than ever in Global Fusion and Tiny Indian themes, while older girls fashion draws inspiration from Ski Holiday and The Great Outdoors. Meanwhile boys of all ages can look cool in a Woodlands theme, among other fashion trends.
The world of fashion just got a bit bigger for the little girls, with all sorts of versatile cords, woolly knits and boots to choose from. The girls winter wardrobe will be filled with a mix of dreamy oriental florals, bright plaids and tweeds for outdoor fun and bold patterns as well as prints in every colour of the crayon box. The fashion-forward stretch pull-on “cord look” jeggings are warm and comfortable, they’re sure to help things go smoothly when it’s time to get her dressed. When it comes to keeping the cold out, there are knitted pajama pants for extra snuggle at bed time and great value on polar fleece in vibrant colours and a wide variety of long lasting winter jackets.
Boys can be boys in Woolies quality winter kidswear, with a huge variety of funky urban jeans, jackets and more. Give him the active inner city look with neon highlights and 3D prints, and take your pick from this winter’s range of trendy boots and sneakers for boys. Dress him up in bright-coloured skinny jeans, check shirts, T-shirts and knitwear, complete with elbow patch detail, toggles and fun badges. Find all the little boys winter staples at Woolies, from polar fleece and denims to keep him warm, to fun, printed t-shirts that are perfect for any occasion.
To see more of the amazing Woolworths Winter Fashion for Kids visit a store near you or their online store by clicking here.
As you know I am a bit of a shopaholic and was particularly fascinated when I heard about Re-fined.com! Re-fined is a new-comer to the on-line shopping scene and the brain child of Georgina O’Connell.
Re-fined has just recently launched to the public and offers shoppers a unique, on-line, shopping experience. It is a place where enjoying and acquiring beautiful things is effortless and pleasurable. You will find items for him, her, for little people and your garden and home, giving you far more variety to make your shopping experience that much easier! Re-fined stocks one of my favourite local jewellery brands, Silver Fig, which you may remember me blogging about – I absolutely love their designs!
“We understand that people have limited time and don’t always have access to the physical shops but still want to acquire desirable product and design to express their sense of style, hence the creation of a cyber mall with one check out point” ~ Georgie.
With a background in design, a love of beautiful things and an appreciation of talent, Georgie became acutely aware of the magnificent products and design items, that come out of South Africa. She also saw the need to make these Proudly South African products, more easily accessible to the world. The main purpose of Re-fined is to showcase South African products and designs, both locally and internationally.
What more could you ask for beautiful stylish products all available from one on-line destination and all this at the click of a button!
Please pop over to the Re-fined website and browse their growing, range of gorgeous goodies!
This weeks style post is all about which colours are trending for autumn and winter fashions this year! I get super excited about seeing what is new in the stores and on-line on fashion websites! Yes I am slightly obsessed! As I have mentioned I am certainly not a slave to fashion but I am definitely fashion conscious. I feel that I have my own sense of style but I love to have fun and incorporate fashion trends into my existing wardrobe. There are so many ways to do this from actual clothing items to accessories and even makeup or nail polish colours.
I think it is vital that even if you shop the fashion trends, that you remember to dress your body shape and not wear things that do not flatter your figure, all in the name of fashion! A program I am loving at the moment, mostly when my hubby is not around , is Gok Wan’s Style Secrets. My hubby may not be a fan but I think Gok imparts valid and essential fashion advice. The show is aimed at singles but his message applies to all woman who want to embrace their sensuality and dress their individual body shape and most importantly have the confidence to do it with style!
One of my favourites trend colours for this season is deep purple! Above you can see the Pantone Fashion Report for Fall 2013, which includes wonderfully rich colours, perfect for the colder months ahead. I love most of these colours and have already started scouting the fashion stores to find the ones that I do not have in my wardrobe.
Over the next few weeks I will be sharing some of my fashion and makeup finds for autumn and winter, giving you some ideas about how to introduce these colours into your existing wardrobe.
Do you have any favourite colours that you wear in autumn and winter? Please share them in the comment section below
I know the weather today is a bit chilly for this outfit but it was a post that was meant to be published last week but alas did not happen! Well if nothing else here is something to brighten a rather grey day in Cape Town!
These red skinny jeans from Woolworths are my new favourite item of clothing! Well you know by now I love red and lucky for me it is super popular this season. The floral T is also from Woolworths and the jacket you must know by now is from Mr Price and was featured here and here.
The skinny jeans are a great fit, very flattering(so the hubby tells me) and I have taken to rolling the hem of my jeans up, for a preppy-look, which according to Lucy da Costa from Style Society SA is bang on trend! I am loving this floral T which also has the high-low hem I have blogged about before.
These gorgeous pumps, from Luli Pulani, are one of my favourite pairs! Not only do they look good but yes they are red and super comfy too!
I am hoping that this is not the last of the good weather but that said I am really enjoying the transition from my summer wardrobe to autumn/winter and have bought a few fab things, which I will share soon!
Items: Red Skinny Jeans R250 Woolworths, Floral T-Shirt R130 Woolworths, Skinny Grey Belt R99 Woolworths, Studded Denim Jacket R179 Mr Price, Floral Pumps from R500 Luli Pulani, Red Beads Woolworths(Last winter), Russian Red Lipstick R180 MAC, Red Nail Polish Nails Inc.(Bought in UK a while ago)
The studded denim jacket above from Mr Price, is one of my favourite finds for Autumn/Winter this year. I think it is the vivid Indigo colour that I love so much. It looks great with your basic colours like black, white and grey but it really pops when you pair it with red. That of course is material for another post entirely!
The other thing I love about the jacket are the gold studs, I have been dying to own something with studs and I thought this was the perfect place to start! I am wearing the Mr Price jacket over my leggings and long T from the EarthAddict Classic range.
Gold is definitely one of my most popular accessory choices for the season. It compliments black beautifully but works equally well with brights such as red and orange, which are also trending this season.
The ring above is my latest purchase from Accessorize, I have the same style ring in grey and white and I have had so much wear out of them this summer. I love chunky jewellery and I have gotten so many compliments wearing these rings that I simply could not resist the gold one! The gold bracelet it also from Accessorize.
The nail colour I chose for this outfit is Carry On by Essie, it is one of my favourite winter shades. It is so dark and sultry, without being too goth-like! I love it!
Items: Studded Denim Jacket R179 Mr Price, Raven Classic Long-sleeved T R299 Earthaddict, Raven Classic Leggings R349 Earthaddict, Gold Facet Ring R199 Accessorize , Gold Bobble Stretch Bracelet R119 Accessorize, Essie Nail Polish R99.
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