The Perfect Brand For The Summer Holiday, St Berts.

blog trends fb stbertsThis week we’re looking at super cool brand St Berts.
A British childrenswear brand with an American twist, St Bert’s clothing is classic and cool, the ultimate comfort for active kids.

St Berts is a relatively new brand set up in 2014 by husband and wife Ben and Sarah Godwin after realising there was a gap in the market for sweats and t-shirts that were comfortable but also high quality.

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Ben and Sarah spent two years finding the perfect jersey cotton and this meticulous attention to details shows throughout the collection. All the clothes, from sweatpants to hoodies are supersoft, hardwearing and durable.  The clothing provides ultimate comfort when running around and allows children to be children.

The brand caters all for kids aged 3-10, the jersey sweats are all a unisex cut, designed in vintage colours of reds and blues with hints of yellow. St Bert’s has a strong California-esque design of palm trees motifs, stripes and shields.

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Along with the unisex sweats there also gender specific items, for girls there is a range of cool polo dresses and simple skorts (skirts with shorts attached) in bright red and navy, perfect for running around the garden. For boys there is t-shirts and preppy shorts with stripes down the sides.

blog trends fb stberts13 St Berts have designed a range of sleepwear in pastel shades perfect to slip into after a hectic day of playing.  Made from supersoft 100% single jersey cotton, this is the most comfortable way for your kids to relax.

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St Berts is the perfect brand for the upcoming summer holidays, keep your kids cool and comfortable, whether it’s at the park or playing on the beach these sweats are ideal. What will your little ones be wearing over the holidays?

If you would like more information on the brand, check out their website: www.stberts.com

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