In August 2015 my partner, Alex, proposed to me after 11 years of waiting. Although we haven’t set a wedding date it’s not stopped me having a little look at un-traditional dresses for me (think short, tutu and not white!), along with a super cute outfit for Rowan, and during my investigations I came across Roco Clothing.
The Manchester based Roco Clothing are online sellers of children’s high quality and affordable formal wear for weddings, christenings, communions and many other special occasions. They have a vast collection of boys suits and flower girl dresses, along with that special christening gown for your little one. They have also recently launched a casual and party wear collection.
One of their most popular ranges is the Paisley of London collection featuring the high quality and versatile ‘The Philip’ suit. This slim fit, fashion forward five-piece suit comprises of a paisley satin lined jacket, adjustable trousers, a waistcoat, an Italian collar white shirt, a dickie bow or tie and a matching pocket square. Each suit is made from light-weight hand selected fabrics to ensure a comfortable and robust fit for your child, that will be really beneficial for those summer weddings.
‘The Philip’ suit collection is available in black, grey and navy blue and sizes 12-18 months through to 13 years and is between £34.99 to £44.99 depending on the size you order. I think this is a fabulous price for a special occasion suit and you can also purchase matching shoes which begin at £14.99.
I think Rowan would look adorable in one of ‘The Philip’ suits, I wish we had a special occasion planned for him to wear one. When the time comes for our own wedding I’ll definitely be investing in a suit from Roco Clothing.
Roco clothing also have a gorgeous selection of flower girl dresses in really feminine colours and fabrics that any little girl would dream to wear. I wish they were made in adult sizes!
Have you any special occasions this year you’re planning family outfits for?
Disclaimer: This is a collaborative post. All words and opinions are my own.