Mini Style: Autumn Adventures with Frugi's Circus of Colour Collection

As I type this, Noah is up in bed after an oaty bath and being smothered with shea butter; yep, chicken pox has struck! He's coped quite well, apart from one tearful day, and I'm hoping his spots will be scabbed over tomorrow so that he can go back to school. He and his friends are really missing each other and it's just no fun being cooped up at home all the time! 

We're a family that enjoys getting out and about, going for walks and foraging for sticks, leaves and pine cones. A couple of months ago, Cornish brand Frugi launched their Circus of Colour collection, part of their autumn/winter 2017 range. It features bright colours, exciting characters and fun designs, and three new Froogli characters. Frugi kindly sent Noah one of their new tops - which he said is "so cool!" - and a pair of jeans to kit him out for our autumn walks. They also sent him his very own Froogli to join the fun! 

I've loved Frugi clothing ever since Noah was a little baby. They were recommended to me as being great for wearing over cloth nappies as they were cut a little bigger than high street clothes, and then I just fell in love with the fun designs and scrumptiously soft, thick organic cotton. The clothes are so well made and have lasted through countless washes. Jude inherited Noah's Frugi wardrobe, and some pieces I have even kept for Essie to have. That shows you how well they last! 

Noah named his Froogli Rory; isn't that a fab name for a tiger! Rory travelled with us to Dorset where he joined the children on all their activities. Noah took him to the nature trail and made grass-heads, to the pottery painting workshop and to the playground. We drew the line at taking him swimming though! 

To see more of Frugi's A/W17 collection, pop over to their website. Which of their new Froogli's is your favourite?

With thanks to Frugi for sending Noah's outfit and Froogli.

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