I can’t help but smile when I read the ‘About Us’ section of Three Little Trees. It states, ‘With every garment there are native seeds according to the country the garments are sold in attached to each swing tag. The idea here is that children from all over the earth; while looking stylish, can plant these little seeds and watch our world grow with them.’
Don’t you love that? Saving the world while looking seriously stylish – and they’re not kidding about the stylish part either! How gorgeous is this bamboo wrap dress, $54.95? Made from 100 per cent heavy weight cotton, you can choose complementary stockings in your choice of white, brown or aqua. I’m also a big fan of the geisha dress, $59.95. It comes with a white sash for the authentic look, and brown or white stockings. The only thing you need to complete the look is a nice hair bauble and you can find that in the hair accessories section.
Check out the upcoming summer range, ‘The Birds and the Bees’, which is the second part of Three Little Trees’ collaboration with Sandra Isaksson of Isak . The inspiration for this collection comes from the fun and feeling of freedom that children have every day – running around, climbing trees and catching bugs and this reflects in the clothes. I particularly love the Blue Bird singlet, $27.95. This fitted white singlet goes with everything from jeans and cargos to frilly skirts and shorts making its dollar-per-wear value as cheap as chips!
To purchase, visit Soda Pop Kids.