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Argos Emma Bunton Babywear Review

Posted by on April 8, 2012

We have been quite lucky with weather during the easter holidays and we really have had the chance to make the most of the review items we have been sent.

We have recently been given the chance to take a look at the new babywear range from Emma Bunton that is available now in the Argos Clothing section.

 

 

We were sent two gorgeous dresses from the collection, both pictured below.

We LOVE the dresses and the quality is great, it is so nice to finally be able to buy clothes from Argos as we have one nice and close to us and I always find it so quick and easy to check whats in stock online before I even leave the house.

 

The two dresses we were sent were The Pink Apple dress with matching knickers and sun hat RRP £14.99

100% cotton, Available in sizes 3-25 months

This dress is light, airy and perfect for warm summer days, will keep your little one cool as well as covering them up and keeping the sun off their heads with the very cute matching hat.

 

My favourite by far has to be this

Navy Apple dress and knickers RRP £12.99

100% cotton Available in sizes 0-24 months

 I just adored this little dress on Ffreya, she looked very comfortable in it all day and stayed nice and cool too.

Emma Bunton has created some really cute little pieces very stylish and practical as well as the most important thing… affordable. I cant wait to see more from her range.

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