Side Street Style

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29/05/2016

Sunday Style - Tootsa Macginty


Tootsa Macginty


I was always a tomboy even from a very early age I didn't like wearing dresses or anything frilly or bright barbie pink was never going to happen and that was fine, in fact I wore a lot of my older brothers hand-downs in the early years because from the moment I could run I was off adventuring, climbing trees and such and my parents always embraced my personal taste (even if that meant some very interesting family photos with outfits I had put together).

Things have changed of course but one thing I learnt is that children how their own sense of being from very young and they are happiest when they are comfortable in what they are wearing which is why I love Tootsa Macginty, a completely unisex clothing company for children with the most beautiful and colourful clothing (wish they made adult sizes). When it comes to my eldest we allow him to make choices for example his hair, he doesn't want to cut it at the moment and thats fine, equally when he does we will sort that out and it's the same with clothing somedays he wants to dress all in green or camp, others he wants to be very colourful.


Tootsa Macginty

kids fashion

kids fashion


We have recently come back from a short trip to France which if you ask my eldest is his favourite country to visit so when we came across this Allo jumper I knew he would love it and combined it with a cute sausage dog printed tee which also happens to be his favourite dog so both of these items fit his personality. With baby G he is a really happy little thing and the watermelon raglan pretty much sums him up.


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Tootsa Macginty


I love the fun, creative and colourful element to their collection as well as being very high quality and ethically made and being Unisex they have the major plus side of being able to be passed down from child to child, which is something we have done with Baby G, in fact about 90% of his wardrobe is passed down from his brother. Thanks so much to Tootsa for inviting us to review their clothing, we highly recommend their beautiful wears.


7 comments:

  1. Absolutely love Toosta Macginty and your boys look great - that sausage dog t shirt! I've been able to pass Tootsa jumpers on from my daughter to my son, which is so nice, wish there was more unisex kids clothing out there! x

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  2. Oh I love the clothes! Hubby and I were a bit annoyed today whilst in ASDA. Our twin girls are so very different. R loves blue, spiderman etc and hates dresses. We were buying them so holiday clothes and they wanted jelly shoes. M wanted pink sparkly one and R wanted blue ones. We easily found some for M, but we had to go to the boys section to get the blue jelly shoes for R. I don't understand why they couldn't have been in both sections x

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  3. I'm all for unisex clothes. Did you know years ago boys traditionally wore pink and girls blue? The clothes you have picked are great, really colourful and it's nice to know they are ethically made too.

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  4. Love tootsamaginty and anything unisex. I've passed loads of my eldest child Charlie's stuff down to the girls and I always think boy's shoes are way cooler on girls too! Your boys look ace xx

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  5. Love these clothes. So bright and colourful. I know what you mean about them being their own beings. Eva has a sense of style and knows what she want to wear already. She was having funny looks yesterday as she was wearing a pink dress but with a pair of 'boys' lightening McQueen trainers x

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  6. I love these outfits! The allo jumper is amazing, and the watermelon tee is super cute. I haven't heard of Tootsamaginty before but I'm off to check it out.

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  7. I love tootsa Maginty it such a great brand and i love the fact that there clothes are unisex! x

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