With the weather finally warm enough for us to consider winter being over and done with, it’s time for us all to start pulling out last season’s summer clothing and working out what really can’t be worn again. Top of the list is swimwear – a long winter sitting in the back of the drawer never does it any favours.
And with little kids in the house who INSIST on continuing to grow even in the colder months, it’s quite likely that what was perfect for the beach last summer no longer fits.
Gear up for new swimmers, rashies and hats, people!
Babes in the Shade is an Australian-owned and Brisbane-based business that’s been making affordable (and rather gorgeous) sun-safe swimmers and sun shirts for children, women and men for over 10 years.
All their sun shirts are UPF 50+ and made to the highest quality standards so you can be confident that even with constant use – in both chlorinated pools and at the beach – their range will last and last and provide the perfect protection from the harsh Australian sun.
Graphic patterns galore
As parents, we already know how important it is to keep an eagle eye on our children when they are playing around water – and thanks to Babes in the Shade, this job has just been made a little easier. The whole range is full of glorious graphic prints that, aside from being gorgeous and perfectly matched to a bright Australian summer’s day, make it really simple to help your child stand out from the crowd – an important feature when they’re playing at the water’s edge with other kids.
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And there’s something for you too, Mum and Dad
Babes in the Shade isn’t just all about keeping the little people in your life covered either. They stock long – and short-sleeved rashies for women and men, so you can stylishly model really good sun-safe behaviour around your kids, which will help them develop the habit of protecting themselves from the sun’s damaging rays for life.
You can check out the whole fabulous range – rashies, UV suits, bathers, bottoms and hats from Babes in the Shade now.
This post is sponsored by Babes in the Shade