Their Nibs AW13 up for review

I discovered and fell in love with Their Nibs earlier this year when we were asked to review some beautiful dresses so when they asked me if I would like to take a peek at their new AW13 English Heritage collection, I jumped at the chance of course!

Their Nibs London offers a beautifully crafted vintage alternative to children’s fashion with bespoke prints, luxury finishing and unique design details. The new English Heritage collection includes velvet, handknitted wool and the softest corduroy offering a stylish yet practical selection of beautifully unique designs.

Their Nibs London AW2013 English Heritage collection

We were sent this beautiful top and skirt to review and my daughter (and I!) absolutely loved them. The luxurious satin top has the most beautiful puff sleeve detail and pretty placket has frills and satin covered buttons. It has a gently elasticated waist so it sits perfectly and is in a soft pretty cream colour. The chambray skirt is super soft and so comfortable to wear with a stretchy half elasticated waistband. The full circle tiered skirt also has pretty little bow details. Absolutely adorable and the quality is just outstanding.

Their Nibs London have a whole range of clothes for girls, boys and babies. They also have a lovely selection of nightwear and nursery items. To take a look for yourself, please pop along to www.theirnibs.com or you can also find them over on Twitter and Facebook.

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Disclaimer: For the purpose of this review I was very kindly sent both the skirt and top shown in this post. All opinions stated here are of course my own, as is the beautiful model. 
 
 

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