*I received the following items for review. All opinions are my own.
I love when I learn about really fun, unique clothes for my boys. There are always cute clothes out there for little girls, but sometimes it can be harder to find quality clothing that’s both cute and functional for active little boys. But, Ugly Children’s Clothing has it—and it’s not really ugly!
Created by three men who also discovered that there were always more clothes available for little girls than little boys, their Norwegian line of children’s products spans the range of children’s needs from active wear to jeans to outwear and even lunch boxes with a unique flair and bold colors. And there’s plenty of cute stuff for girls, too, if you find you need some.
We got some great rain mittens for both of my boys that will be perfect for this coming fall and winter. With the waterproof outer layer and a soft fleece lining, these are great for rainy days or snowy excursions. And they have elastic bands to help keep them on, and even a little banner where you could write your child’s name so they don’t get mixed up.
They also have an adorable line of Marius pattern wool clothing, the iconic Norwegian knitting pattern. We got each of the boys a cute sweater vest to wear for our family pictures that we’ll be taking next month. They’ll look super cute as Christmas Sweaters this holiday season, too. And if you have a girl, they’ve got an adorable Marius Wool dress, too.
All of the Ugly Children’s Clothing products are well constructed to stand up to repeated wear and tear from active little kids and they have adorable detailing. I love that they incorporate all the staples of Norway. Check out all of their products at Ugly Children’s Clothing, worldwide shipping is absolutely free! Also, connect with them on Facebook and Pinterest.
This review was written by contributing author Sarah Van Pelt. When she’s not writing at her own blog, The Education of A Stay At Home Mom, she is tending to her two young boys, her husband and her household and loving it! She is still in the process of learning what it means to be a stay at home mom, follow along with her parenting trials!
*I received the aforementioned product for review, all opinions are my own. No monetary compensation was received.