Lands’ End up for review

I was asked by the lovely folks over at Lands’ End if I would like to choose a little something for each of my youngest girls to review. First of all, I must say how impressed I was by their range of clothes for little people. I like my girls to be dressed just as that – little girls – not mini adults and Lands’ End offer just that which is such a refreshing change.


For my five year old I chose this pretty Ruffle Front Pocket Dress in turquoise ocean floral pattern. It was the lovely colour of this print that first caught my eye I just love it. The dress is in a soft cotton poplin with short sleeves and little pockets. There is a lovely ruffle placket with little buttons to the front and a gently gathered elastic waist. The skirt to the dress is lined and it is gently gathered making it pretty yet practical for everyday wear.


For my seven year old I chose a different dress, although only slightly because honestly, if it was up to my girls, they would be dressed identically every day! This pretty Ruffle Front Chambray Pocket Dress is again made from the softest of material. It has short sleeves and buttoned pockets. Again it has the pretty ruffle placket to the front and gathered waist. You can click here to look at the full range of girls’ dresses at Lands’ End.


Such pretty dresses but what really stood out for me was the quality, they are so well made and I absolutely loved the material. I must add as well that I found the sizing to be nice and generous too, they were both a really lovely fit on my girls. Priced at £24.95 each I think they are exceptional value too given that they are such versatile little dresses. Practical to wear for everyday play but also lovely enough to wear for Summer parties or holidays. I absolutely love them and more importantly, so do my girls!

Lands’ End have lots of new arrivals, to take a look for yourself please pop along to


Disclaimer: For the purpose of this review I was very kindly sent both of the dresses shown but all words and opinions are of course my own. As are the beautiful models. Oh I should add too that my five year old isn’t taller than my seven year despite the fact that she looks it in the photo. She has in fact mastered the act of standing on her tippytoes making her look bigger than her big sister. 

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