We are so excited to see our Into The Woods range featured on Babyology.com.au today!
Thank you so much to Hayley for the wonderful write up!
With the recent change in weather, I have decided that it’s time to start switching up my little girl’s wardrobe and this stunning new winter range by Oobi has certainly caught my eye. Full of gorgeous dresses, tops, skirts, tutus and more that will add a little sugar, sweetness and colourful fun into winter.
The fun and practical Into the Woods collection brings back the classic Oobi apple print and introduces their new “foxy” print, a fabulous little fox that is destined to become every little girl’s favourite.
The idea with this new winter 2016 collection is that you can mix and match with previous seasons of Oobi to create a whole new look. Brighten up winter days with their signature bright and bold pinks and reds and exclusive Oobi prints. It’s designed for playing, exploring and to bring a little magic into any little girl’s life. Making the collection complete are the soft tulle, sweet tights, knee socks and unique details like their hand embroidered designs.
If you have a little girl anything like mine then Oobi is the place to be, she will love every frill, pom pom and shade of pink and red. I can’t help but imagine my little one twirling around in this adorable Harlow Red Flutter Heart Dress ($50), paired with a pair of delightful Blue Heart Tights($15) and finishing of the look with a gorgeous oversized Blair Royal Blue Headband ($25).
Timeless with a modern twist is the Rebecca Candy Apple Smocked Dress($55), the Oobi apple print gives this classic smock a magic touch.
This winter collection has everything your little girl will need to get her through the cold weather. From babies to pre-teens Oobi has you covered.
The Into the Woods collection is available from Oobi from sizes newborn up to twelve. We’re sure you don't need another reason to love Oobi, but here it is. A new Oobi dress or skirt will not only put a smile on your daughter or granddaughter’s face, but also a child in need because the Australian company donates an Oobi garment for every piece sold.
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