me&i turtle tunic: Review

This is a review post. We were supplied with a turtle tunic for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.

The lovely people at me&i sent us this gorgeous dress to try out and review on here. I first met the me&i brand at Britmums Live 2012 and was impressed immediately by their different range of clothes. I was drawn to the bright colours and loved the characters on the stuff they had on display there.

This is the dress we were sent The Sleeveless Tunic with Turtle. We both adore the turtle on it, though initially Littlebit thought it was a spider, haha! She spent most of the day with her chin on her chest talking to him 😀

It is really well made and looked sooo comfy, nice and loose-fitting so she could play easily in it and stretch and jump and crawl (?!) in it at Jo Jingles this morning too.

I paired it with a plain cream long-sleeved top and cream tights but the possibilities for it are endless really. I’ve noticed on their website that there are coordinating leggings and a top with the turtle on too, it looks very cute!

Right now, on 10th December 2012 it’s on sale too at half price, so grab a bargain while you can.

They have some truly gorgeous clothing, I personally love the Owl print and the bright colours really draw your attention. Numerous people commented on the dress today and how lovely it is.

me&i have a slightly different way of working in that you don’t purchase direct from them online, but instead you can attend a me&i party arranged by a me&i representative or you can buy from a representative direct too if you can’t make the parties.

me&i is Swedish design for cool kids. They understand what we as parents know, that every child is unique, and they give them the chance to express it. The clothes radiate quality, colour and playfulness with an excellent fit!

What makes me&i even better is that all me&i clothes are made in Europe by manufacturers who look after their workers properly and ensure that the dyeing and printing processes don’t damage the environment. The clothes are also Oko-tex labelled, guaranteeing they’re free from harmful chemicals.  And, they are tried and tested with a panel of children for both comfort and looks.

I’m hoping to host a me&i party at some point in 2013, do let me know if you’d be up for coming along.

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