Mi Hombresito – fashion to fit the littlest of men

Mi Hombresito gallery Mi Hombresito – fashion to fit the littlest of men

Having to hunt for the cool finds for boys (usually behind racks and racks of glorious girls things) is increasingly frustrating. Babyologists, don’t give up just yet, Mi Hombresito is making the search for hip boys clothes that little bit easier!

Mi Hombresito, meaning my little man in Spanish, is perfect for fitting out the littlest of men.

A little bit of style goes a long way in a boy’s wardrobe and great finds here include garments that can be carried through the seasons – dressed up, dressed down and layered. I absolutely adore the dress shirt, all effortless cool either flapping in a warm breeze with shorts or paired with jeans and a jacket. The striped tee (available in green or blue) is a gorgeous slim fit, perfect for teaming with both shorts and jeans. Go a size up and layer over a long sleeve tee to really get some great wearing mileage!

The hoodie is a fabulous piece for cooler nights and into next autumn and winter. Available in two colours of henna and avocado, I’ll be buying one of these for my own Master Four! There’s plenty of stylish threads to be had at Mi Hombresito including cargo shorts, cowboy shirts, polos and singlets.

Striped tees are priced at $20 and hoodies from $35, all available in sizes zero to seven from Mi Hombresito. Delivery is available across Australia.

(via Mathilda’s Market)

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3 Comments

  1. Good work Lexi! Fab clothes!

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  2. if they have only spell it right…should be Hombrecito, if they’re going to use a foreign word, they should have done their homework!

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  3. Agree with Kristen – I know that plenty of labels make great boys clothing, but it’s very frustrating that I can’t walk into Big W and buy my son a bunch of affordable basics because they’ve all got hideous designs splashed across them, while little girls have plenty of tasteful options.
    I also bought some things from Cotton On Kids for the first time recently (no store in my city), and not only was it not particularly cheap, but in typical Cotton On fashion, it’s not good quality, either. I would say worse than Dymples or Hundreds & Thousands brands.

    Anyway, I’m a bit hopeful about Mi Hombresito – the clothes look great and I don’t have to pay $40 for a simple t-shirt, hooray!

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