Are you a fan of Boots Mini Club?
Want to know what’s in their AW18 collection? Then read on!
We were invited to a sneak preview of Boots Mini Club’s AW18 collection, which included the launch of Fearne Cotton’s new season Fearne by Fearne Cotton range, and trust me when I say you’re going to love it!
I’ve been a fan of Boots Mini Club ever since I became a mum seven years ago, and all three of mine have grown up with their clothes in their wardrobe.
As well as washing really well, I find their clothes excellent value – often on mix and match deals – and I love their bright and colourful designs, which are so refreshing compared to the candy pinks and baby blues you find in other baby shops.
Fearne herself was on hand to chat about the inspiration behind her new collection, which went into 104 Boots stores and online on August 29, and the Boots Mini Club team were on hand to help entertain the baby so I could have a good root through.
So what did I find? These are my top picks.
5 reasons I’m loving Boots Mini Club’s AW18 collection
1. There’s a parka with a pink fur hood. Such a simple twist on a classic, but so clever! It’s in the Fearne range (£34) and I love it so much I ordered one for the baby on the way home (I’ll share a picture on Instagram when it arrives so you can see how cute it looks on!) And as with many of Boots Mini Club clothes, I wish they did them in grown-up sizes as I would definitely be buying one of these for me too!
2. The boys’ clothes are super cute. As mum to two girls and one boy I find shopping for girls so much easier and much more fun because there’s simply more choice when it comes to girls’ clothes. I’ve always found Boots Mini Club’s offering addresses the imbalance, and the AW18 collection doesn’t disappoint. My faves include a green monster hoodie (£13), a navy velvet blazer (£20), and this Fearne slogan tee (£10).
3. There’s a Mickey Mouse collection. To celebrate Mickey Mouse’s 90th birthday (yes 90!) a new range of Mickey and Minnie Mouse clothes will hit stores from mid-September. The collection includes this retro Mickey Mouse jumper (£12), which I love because it reminds me of growing up myself.
4. There’s a new range for premature babies. For the first time ever Boots Mini Club has extended its newborn Tiny Treasure range to include baby clothes for the tiniest of babies, which like the Mickey Mouse jumper are also available from mid-September.
It’s hard to describe how tiny these clothes are, so to put it in context here’s a nappy for premature babies given to me by Bliss, a charity for babies born premature and sick who were also at the preview, next to one of our size 5 nappies. Shocking, isn’t it?
5. Boots Mini Club sizes now go up to age seven. Clothes previously ranged from newborn to six, so I haven’t shopped there for the oldest in a while. But Fearne’s new season range has been extended up to the age of seven, meaning I can once again shop for the biggest (Mini Club Fearne tee, £8)…
The boy (Fearne slogan tee, £10)…
And the littlest (Fearne HI top, £10)…
Are you a fan of Boots Mini Club? Does any of the new season’s collection catch your eye? I’d love to know which of my picks is your favourite!
We were invited to the preview of Boots Mini Club’s AW18 collection and gifted items from Fearne’s range in exchange for this post. As always all opinions are my own and based on my own honest experience, and I would never recommend products I don’t truly love myself.