Children’s waterproofs -Autumn is the season for rainwear!

The Little Scandinavians were both wearing raincoat and wellies to school this am. I probably dressed them a bit warm, the girls wearing fleeces underneath. But it’s better to remove a layer than be cold in the playground.

So how to dress your child for autumn? In layers! Coats should have a hood, and they should be water resistant, and waterproof on rainy days. When it comes to kids rainwear, look for quality and not only trendy designs. Kozi Kidz outdoor clothing for kids, designed in Sweden, have some beautiful colours, great quality to reasonable prices.

Kozi Kidz is widely available in several stores around the UK. You’ll find a good selection online at Gentle Baby Things

“Puddle emergency, help needed!” Nordic Kids has a range of gorgeous children’s wellies in store; Red, purple, light green, bubblegum pink and yellow. Avoid wet shoes and cold tiny feet with these rubber boots from Danish brand Bisgaard.

These fab Bisgaard children’s wellington boots in superb quality is available from Nordic Kids £25.99 size 23-30.

I also recommend having a look at the children’s clothing outdoor specialist Raindrops.
And finally, a snap shot from London this am, before the heavy rain started…

Stay dry, warm and happy in the rain!

2 thoughts on “Children’s waterproofs -Autumn is the season for rainwear!

  1. hey! i recommend ‘rukka’ or ‘reima’ clothes from finland – my parents are both from finland but i grew up using them here in canada – this past summer, i made sure to get some for my own little girl! so great for layering warmer clothes underneath – great for rain and snow, and even mud! if you’ve got a furry little one, i recommend ‘hurtta’ dog clothes – amazing quality and materials.

  2. We are fans of in our house. Navy blue all in one does us for summer and winter for a perfect waterproof for getting the train to school.

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