plum-collectionsI was so, so excited when I was offered the opportunity to review Plum Collections clothing and sleeping bags – it came with a bunch of free items for my daughter! Please note however, that while I received some free items, I was not paid for this review and Plum did not have any control over what I published in this review.

Plum is an Australian-owned family business, based in Sydney. The first thing that struck me when I opened the package from them was the quality – the fabrics were just lovely! My daughter, who never seems to show much of an interest in what I dress her in, kept playing with her clothes (especially the dresses), so I’m guessing she was a fan too!

We were lucky to receive quite a few items, but here are my five favourites:

1 Tog Muslin Flamingo Sleeping Bag

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We always use sleeping bags for our daughter – she was impossible to swaddle as a newborn and also freaks out if she’s tucked in with blankets – she likes to roll!

I actually had a Plum sleep bag when she was little and always got compliments on it – their designs are just so cute! This one is covered in tiny flamingos. It’s also made of three layers of muslin, so it’s quite breathable.

In addition, Plum has a partnership with SIDS and Kids, an organisation dedicated to saving the lives of babies and children during pregnancy, birth, infancy and childhood as well as supporting bereaved families. PLUM donates a percentage of its profits from sleep bag sales to SIDS & Kids, which is another great reason to choose these sleeping bags.

Bunny sweater

plum-rabbit-jumperIsn’t this just the cutest? It makes me secretly glad that the weather can’t make up it’s mind and we are still having a few cool days.

The only slightly annoying thing about it is that the neckline seems a little tight and I’m worried about stretching it – however I’ll be the first to admit that my daughter has a big head (she got it from my side of the family!) so it’s probably fine if your baby’s head is more well-proportioned!

 Gold and polka dot cardigan

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It appears this cardigan isn’t currently available on the Plum website, which is a shame, because it’s super cute! I love that my daughter’s now at an age where the available clothing options tend to look more like miniature versions of adult clothes – I never was a huge fan of onsies! This cardigan is a great mid-weight option, perfect for those in-between days when it’s not quite warm enough to go out without long sleeves.

White dress

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This white dress is just gorgeous – so light and summery. It’s 100% cotton and has a lovely floral pattern along the hem. I picked up the hat at H&M (not gifted) and I think this is a very classic look.

Pink glitter tutu

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My secret favourite – I’ve been wanting to put my daughter in a tutu ever since she was born! When I first received it I thought it looked too short, but it’s perfect on. It’s so much fun and my daughter is constantly playing with the tulle!

I couldn’t be happier with the clothes I received from Plum and would absolutely recommend the brand to anyone looking for quality pieces in fun designs.

What’s your favourite brand of kid’s clothing? Please let me know by leaving a comment below.

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