Mini Style: Blade & Rose Christmas Gingerbread Leggings + GIVEAWAY!

Blade & Rose are a family-run British clothing brand which is now stocked worldwide after starting in 2010. Their funky knitted leggings with brightly coloured spots and stripes were a huge hit with cloth bum mums thanks to their stretchy, brushed cotton being perfect for fitting over nappies. This year they have brought out an adorable collection of leggings and accessories for the festive season and kindly sent Essie a pair of their super cute Christmas Gingerbread leggings along with a coordinating long-sleeved raglan top.

The Christmas Gingerbread leggings are available in red and pink and both colours feature a cute gingerbread design on the bum. Essie has the red design which has red and white stars on the legs with green cuffs and a green patch on the bum. The combination of red and green is so seasonal and there are also matching socks available to complete the look. 


Essie has recently started commando crawling so her clothes need to give her the freedom to be able to move as well as being comfortable and warm. The knitted brushed cotton of the leggings is made with 5% spandex which gives the fabric a decent stretch but doesn't lose its shape, no matter how much rolling or crawling she does whilst wearing them! 




The leggings are totally machine washable and I always find that they hold their colour well, though because of the knitted nature of them I recommend that you wash them inside out on a gentler cycle to minimise any bobbling and help them last even longer. 

The Christmas leggings cost £10.00 and are available in sizes 0-4 years so siblings can coordinate and match! You can find them here - do enter the giveaway below for your chance to win a pair! 


For your chance to win a pair of Blade & Rose leggings simply complete one or more of the entry options below. Good luck! UK only, ends 10/12/2017Full T&Cs here.






With thanks to Blade & Rose for sending us this outfit.

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