Product Reviews

Grubbies dungarees pockets
Mar 26

Firstly, an apology to my readers for my lack of blogging recently. There is a very good reason for it, and all will become clear shortly! I am hoping that normal service will resume very soon, and in the meantime, please don’t go anywhere.

Over the past couple of months, we’ve been sent some gorgeous products to review, and the best of which I’ll be sharing with you over the next few weeks.

First up is the sweetest pair of dungarees, by new British childrenswear company Grubbies.

Grubbies dungarees

I love to see a child in a pair of dungarees. Not only are they practical and timeless, but they are ever so cute. Little I is such a girly girl that most of the time she only wants to wear pretty summer dresses, no matter what the weather’s doing outside. But she was so taken with the design of her Grubbies dungarees that she is more than happy to wear them, and with a nice warm top underneath they are great at keeping her snug while we brave the current outdoor temperatures. When the weather finally heats up, her Grubbies would look equally sweet on their own.

The people behind Grubbies have gone to great lengths to source authentic , 100% cotton British demin, which is soft and gentle for young skin. One of the reasons why Little I refuses to wear jeans is that she often finds they graze her skin, but we’ve not had that problem at all with her Grubbies. The detailing is lovely too, with retro sunny piping and lots of pockets for her to fill.

All this quality comes at a price obviously. Grubbies are an investment, which will last for ages and be passed down to several siblings or friends! Retailing at £40, they’re more than I would usually spend on an item of children’s clothing, unless it was a special purchase. But for the next couple of weeks, Grubbies is kindly offering my readers an exclusive discount code.

If you visit the site and see something you like (which I’m sure you will!), please enter ‘mcauliffe’ at checkout to receive 10% off and free P&P.

About the Author

Wendy McAuliffe

Social media & online PR consultant and trainer, and ex-journalist. Founder and Director of Populate Digital and Mum of two. Living by the sea in Bournemouth. @wendymcauliffe.

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