We recently went to the Slow Market in Stellebosch and loved it. My baby loved the outdoors, my husband loved the food and I loved that I could walk around, snapping up all the market had to offer.
From delicious bratwurst to brightly coloured messenger bags, festival wear and authentic African inspired crockery, it was a delight to walk between the pop-up shops and enjoy what the market had on display.
Festival season has just begun and with the high everyone’s still on from Rocking The Daisies, why not grab someone and go and stock up. You’ll find the cutest things in a variety of sizes and styles.
These ripped shorts are everything and perfectly paired with the Meoww tee above.
It’s all in the details…
We love these dresses! Yes, I said we, Cam wants to go back and purchase Mila one or two of these cute dresses. They’re hand-made and worth it for what thy’re asking. The garments are made of high quality material, great selection of sizes, lined impeccably and a variety to choose from.
How cute is this hat?! I want it for myself…
Last but not least, I captured these Father-Daughter moments.
There is a special bond my husband and little one have, it’s one that really warms my soul…
I hope that this has brought about the urge to go and visit a local market near you!
More from Pick ‘n Pay clothing!
I had to pop into the mall to get Mila some milk (Hipp Organic Formula) and figured, hey, let me see what my latest kids fashion store has to offer.
I think the reason why I’m so chuffed with Pick ‘n Pay clothing is that they cater to moms, like myself, who love dressing my kid in solids.
Black, white and grey are my favourites and I’ll throw on a denim jacket, blazer, cardigan or button up jersey to tie the look together.
Previously I posted her in aztec printed shorties and today I went and got her these cute white ones. At R29.99 they were a steal and just had to get her a black pair as well as grey & white and black & white vests. (summer’s a comin’ baby!)
This t-shirt is the pink version of the grey tee in post before wear she wore her Tic Tac Toe shoes and Boyfriend Jeans.
These cute shoes are from Edgars and the denim jacket I bought when she was 3 months old on sale at Ackermans for R15!
I’m not a fan of character clothing. It’s a personal decision to not dress her in it and even though the ensembles I’m putting her in lately are SUPER AFFORDABLE, I don’t mind splurging when it comes to my daughter.
Hope you enjoyed the post; here’s another funny face from Mila!
Mila’s outfit on Saturday consisted of a grey tee and boyfriend jeans from Pick ‘n Pay clothing and these cute denim reversible Tic Tac Toe shoes from Little Pink Foot in Durbanville.
I love the attention to detail in these jeans and they were well worth the R129.99 I paid.
These shoes are the most comfortable things you can let you kid wear. Not only does Tic Tac Toe come in a variety of colours and designs, they’re reversible and affordable at a low price of R140. Keep in mind that you’re getting two pairs of shoes for the price of one!
Whenever I see this print, I think of that song “there are 5million bicycles in Beijing…” and immediately I smile from ear to ear.
The temperature was a little weird on Saturday, sunny yet windy so I paired her laid back outfit with her favourite jersey our Aunty Maureen knitted for her.
Mila looked stylish and because of the stretch in the jeans, she was comfortable enough to be her wild and free self!
Have a great week everybody!