Gorgeous and quirky childrens’ clothing from Oeuf


We’re absolutely loving the latest clothing collection from one of our all-time favourite brands, Oeuf, better known for its sublime nursery furniture.

As we in the southern hemisphere are celebrating spring, our northern neighbours are bunkering down for the arrival of colder weather. Along with it, the release of autumn/winter clothing collections for babies and children, and Oeuf has absolutely knocked our socks off with this one.


This autumn collection is as whimsical as it is beautiful. There are superhero-inspired sweaters and rompers for both boys and girls, some beautiful geometric dresses and a heap of accessories including masks, tails, mittens and hats – as much for fashion value as play.


Oeuf caters for babies and children in this collection. There’s a layette for babies and an assortment of sizes in other clothing to fit from three months through to children up to six.


It is a large collection, with so many beautiful pieces. One of my favourites is the reversible Animal Hoodie. You’ve never seen a more versatile piece of clothing – it’s a jacket, a dress up, a Halloween costume and so darn cute to boot. It’s priced between US$148 to US$156, depending on size.


And how adorable is this superhero onesie? It’s US$96. By the way, that stunning Angel Sweater at the top of the post is US$96, and comes in white and light pink.


Although Oeuf doesn’t ship directly to Australia, you can access some pieces locally through Shopstyle.


Oeuf creates its knits from alpaca, which is a lanolin-free, hypoallergenic fibre. Oeuf partners with Bolivian women in a Fair Trade agreement to create the clothing and ensure their children can attend school.

You can also have a browse through our previous posts on Oeuf nursery furniture.

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