It has only just arrived in the Bean and Me online store and it’s already flying of the shelves, I am of course talking about the brand new Broken Tricycle AW 2014 collection. If you love Australian design, are a big fan of soft organic fabrics and a sucker for stylish patterns and cool prints you are sure to adore Broken Tricycle:
Designed right here in Australia by Melbourne mama of two Patricia Broken Tricycle has quickly secured a spot amongst the hippest organic clothing labels. The latest collection feels like a fresh breeze, the colours are vibrant and eye catching and the prints are quirky and fun. Sizes start at a tiny 0-3 months up to 3 year old, if you have a cheeky little tot that fits the bill be quick and secure your sizes before they sell out.
My personal favourite piece is the Banjo Play Pant ($35), these fruity sherbet coloured pants are a perfect way to brighten up a dreary autumn day. The same pinky shade can be found in the gorgeous Cat Sweater ($40) so together these two pieces make a cute, cosy and very comfy outfit for active baby girls. If you have a little boy you can sport the sweater look too, get your groove on with this cool Penguin Sweater.
Because Broken Tricycle clothing is made of organic cotton it is an ideal choice for children who suffer from eczema, allergies and sensitive skin. Of course it is a great choice for any child, after all no one like breathing in nasty chemicals or getting red and itchy skin that stops you from having fun playing or sleeping soundly. To help you pick the correct size for your child the wonderful Rochelle at Bean and Me has put together a handy Broken Tricycle size chart, easy as pie.
To find out more about Bean and Me, to browse the Broken Tricycle range and to order online visit www.beanandme.com.au.