What she wore: More seaside fashion

We love seaside fashion in our family and my daughter got plenty of chance to showcase her seaside style on holiday in Padstow, which was the warmest holiday we’d had in years.


This short-sleeved pink star print dress was from last year’s range at Joules, but it still fits. It’s made of soft Tshirt material, so is great for playing on the beach or walking round the harbour. Even on a warm sunny day there’s a breeze by the sea in Padstow, so she’s wearing it over a pink long-sleeved Next Tshirt. The cute hat is from Sainsburys.

My daughter looks fab in nautical stripes (doesn’t everyone?), but it’s not often she gets to wear them by the sea. She’s been wearing a lot more short shorts this year, rather than the dresses she’s always favoured in the past. Her Next  nautical Tshirt looks great with her little shorts and her new bright pink Crocs.


We’re so pleased that for once the Padstow weather was good enough for her to wear her seaside fashions.

Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. Joules clothes are just amazing, they last forever and always seem to cover at least two sizing options for children. Such a gorgeous shade of pink too.

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  2. Thanks very much, ladies. Joules clothes are great, I’ll be sorry when she’s too big for them like my boys are.
    Her hair is gorgeous, isn’t it, Emily?

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  3. Aww great fashion Sarah, my daughter would love the polka dot and the long hair, she is now growing her hair again 🙂

    Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  4. Thanks very much, Claire! I love my daughter’s long hair, I’m so pleased she likes it too! She’s never had it cut, only trimmed by Daddy!

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  5. Very cute! I love the nautical look, it’s in style every year isn’t it!

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  6. Thanks very much, Alex! The nautical look never goes away! I don’t wear it myself, but love to see the kids in it.

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