Celebration season is here, party, Wedding season is here –most importantly summer is finally here-and with it all different kinds of dress codes and outfits to get your head around. As a mother, an auntie, and a grandma you’ll set the dress code for your crew (kids)but you should also be the brightest example of it. If you’re going as a guest? You’ve got it a little easier, but you’ll still want to make an effort worthy of the hosts day.
While I’m that note, as parties, weddings get more creative generally, so do the dresscodes If you’re faced with a difficult dress code your best option is something pretty and subtle. Otherwise, use our handy guide to identify the most likely dress code you’ll be faced with and, below it, find what you’ll need to wear.
What we recommend! Traditional weddings
If you’ve been invited to an African/ traditional wedding and you want to represent a different tradition, we are here for you. Whatever outfit you wear, make your kids stand out with a variety of our colourful kids items. Traditional is not only limited to African wear if it’s an English wedding, we have the vintage Princess dresses to be rocked by the baby girls.
Are you thinking about what accessories will say “I’m dressed for the occasion”? Well lucky you because you don’t have to look further, we have the print bow ties for the boys and we have the little ladies stockings to go with dresses.