Friday, 26 September 2014

Christmas Pudding leggings by Blade & Rose - a review

Have you started a Christmas wish list for your baby yet? Well if you have, and you are looking for something warm yet fun for your own little pudding this festive season, then these adorable leggings ought to be on it!

Life As It Is, is proud to introduce the much anticipated Christmas range from trendy online store Blade & Rose. Leggings to not only put a Christmas pud on your baby's bottom, but also, a smile on your face!

DETAILS - Price: £10
Description: Red & brown stripy leggings with pud seat
Age/Sizes: 0-6mths, 6-12mths, 1-2yrs, 2-3yrs 
Blend: 75% combed cotton, 20% nylon, 5% spandex
Available from: Blade & Rose and other stockists including Beauty Bump & Baby, Born and Little Tinkers

Entrepreneurial mum Amanda, began the globally successful label Blade & Rose (her children's middle names), on maternity leave, and as a consequence of constantly arranging her baby girls dress/skirt so that the tight naff gusset/nappy wasn't on show. 

Inspired to look for alternative solutions, these leggings are the result; a comfortable, funky and premium quality garment, that works around the fact that little ones crawl and climb, and that babies need to be warm and comfy through the Winter months.  


For £10, these Christmas pudding leggings are of fabulous quality - so soft. They have a pretty scallop hem which leaves them looking that wee bit more special than other leggings. Gorgeous on, and such a comfy fit. I love the brightness too - just what's needed on a Winter's day. But perhaps best of all, they machine wash on 40. What more could any mum want?  

Life As It Is/Emma Oliver, received a pair of Christmas pud leggings in exchange for this review. 
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Mummy Tries said...

These are so cute! My two had similar leggings to these with a dog and cat on the bottom. It's a shame they don't make these in bigger sizes

Emma Oliver said...

I know, I guess they think that the older kids don't want xmas pudding on their bottom - Esme would rather not that's for sure! But the website is worth a look, for there are many other (unfestive) gorgeous designs, that do go up to age 4-5 yrs.