Dijjie sell a cool range of funky play suits and onesies for babies. Their inspiration came from the birth of their own son and lack of designs available with traditional baby rompers. They wanted to create baby wear that was fashionable and edgy as well as being practical and comfortable for babies to wear and move about in – something which jeans and tops separately do not seem to offer. Their gorgeous play suits are made for both girls and boys and combine jeans with tops or dresses with leggings into cute and stylish all in one play suits.
Dijjie sent over some of their trendy girls range for Izebella to try. Izebella is now ten months old so at the very upper end of the Dijjie sizes. The sizes go from birth up to 9-12 months. I found the 9-12 month size very easy to put on Izebella with lots of room for her to move around in as she is crawling about now. These clothes seemed to provide her with lots of comfort whilst moving around and did not feel tight in any way.
The clothes all came in their own individual little packet which I thought was very sweet.
The first item was this gorgeous Floret Dress Romper. It combines a dress with leggings and looks so smart when its on. It combines very cute baby wear with an edge of baby rock style and even a little bit to add to its style. It washes well too without any shrinkage.
Easy open poppers on inside of legs too.
Izebella also was sent the Pink Stripe Pacer which is Dijjies signature baby onesie and popular all over the world . This gorgeous outfit combines dark jeans with embossed stitching and a pink and white stripy top with white belt. Giving a lovely fresh and fashionable look for baby. It has nickel free poppers on inside of legs for easy opening when nappy changing.
Last but by no means least is the fabulous Little Wren Romper Dress. This dress certainly has a nautical navy look to it which I imagine is why it's called Little Wren. It has bold stand out striping and belt detail and again combines pretty dress with leggings. The leggings again have easy open poppers. This is so cute and trendy and certainly has a British feel to it. Very comfortable on Izebella too when she is rolling and moving around.
I really love all the Dijjie range. I have not seen any outfits like them before. They seem very comfortable for babies to wear and leave space for rolling and moving without feeling tight or digging in. They wash very well too without losing shape and the best thing is they look incredibly cute whilst on.
You can find more information about Dijjie garments by visiting http://www.dijjie.com/