Natty's New #FrugiFamily Fleece: A Firm Favourite

Natty has been a model for our favourite kids' clothing brand for a few years now. Frugi make scrumptious soft organic cotton gear, made for the way modern kids live. They wash and wear well and are roomy and comfy enough for all kinds of adventures.


Natty models her Frugi beach cover up


Contrary to popular belief, when your child models you do not receive a fee that will pay off your mortgage! No, instead you often get some vouchers to spend with the company. With Frugi this suits us down to the ground. We can't get enough of their bright colours and funky patterns!


Last month we chose this wonderful warm furry Snuggle Fleece in ocean big spot a gorgeous blue that suits our little lady. That certain little lady was very happy with the new addition to her wardrobe and it came in handy the first time we road-tested it on a trip to the beach. Living in Cornwall, days on the coast are a part of life, come rain, shine or gales blowing.


The girls' snuggle fleeces, available at £32, are the perfect addition for those British days out when the weather can turn on a sixpence. You know, it starts gloriously warm and sunny and then in come those clouds and everyone is left shivering into a hot chocolate in a paper cup... or the sun goes down at the end of a long day in the garden but you just don't want to come in. You need something super warm, soft and yet bright and cheerful enough to shoo away those grey clouds.



Part of the #FrugiFamily, Natty in her reversible fleece

To be honest, my only complaint with this product is that it doesn't come in adult sizes! 

*insert sulky face here*

You might enjoy seeing what goes on behind the scenes of a Frugi photo shoot, when Natty took part in creating their latest catalogue, due out in SS16. 

Now pop over to the lovely Globalmouse Travels, to read about what her clan thought of their latest Frugi goodies. These posts are part of a fun #FrugiFamily blog hop! You can also follow on Twitter.





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