Outside The Lines// Girlswear Label

I had the absolute pleasure of attending the launch & press preview of a brand new girls wear label Outside the lines.

Outside the lines offers carefully considered clothing for ages 3-10 years, launching Autumn 2016.
A passion for soft muted tones,print, hidden detail & premium quality is evident throughout this sophisticated and feminine collection which has been edited & curated to cater for different personalities whilst allowing free spirited youngsters to explore their own style.

Outside the lines is the brainchild of two friends, Philippa Cloete & Kate Please who saw a gap in the market for an affordable girls wear line which is fun, feminine and comfortable yet doesn’t compromise on quality and is still a considered purchase.

I love this first collection from Outside the lines, I love the subtle pops of colour, the detailing like the embroidered collar, prints & styling of each piece.

From days out- to occasions I can see Outside the lines pieces a massive hit with girls aged 3-10 years.

Although I'll be dealing in vests and babygro's for my little girl soon enough, I can fast see Outside the lines labels being a staple in her wardrobe when she's of age to wear them.

The 30- piece debut collection in a soft colour palette with pops of colour and delicate prints includes all the pieces required for a capsule wardrobe for girls, this includes knitwear, washed jeans,dresses, knitwear, outerwear & party skirts with a relaxed look that is interchangeable & can of course be dressed up or down.

My favourite pieces in the AW16 collection has to be the pieces below..

The gorgeous Breton top with such a lovely soft metallic Peter Pan collar & this functional yet dressy cardigan, I do love a great cardigan, since in the UK we're at least wearing a jumper or cardi, I do love how this cardigan can be dressed up or down, & together with the gorgeous Breton top it's a match made in heaven!.

 Outside the lines will be available throught it’s own online boutique

launching in August 2016, as well as independent stockists worldwide.

Prices for clothing from £25.