Guest post by Brie Stanley of Sugarcoated Events.
We celebrated Halloween with a little tea party at home during the week. Halloween is not really celebrated in Australia…a few trick or treaters and skeletons here and there but not like America! We thought we would have a little tea party of our own with a few treats including some Lindt ghosts, pumpkin and milk cookies. I set up the kids table and our lovely Rabman Mini Willa print, hung some paper pompoms and masks, a few boo stickers and bats and the kids thought it was amazing! Kingston dressed as a Panda and Sage as a cat looked totally adorable! We sipped Milky’s out of glass jars with little cat stickers and enjoyed some sugary treats and laughed at each other in masks! This is about as scary as I like it!
Happy Halloween everyone! May you not eat your weight in sugar!
Protector. Lover. Mother. I just adore this tee from Little Boogaweezin. I mean, what’s not to love? It’s the perfect slouchy fit, it’s buttery soft, and I love what it stands for. I’ve been practically living in this LB shirt! Paired with my favorite leather jacket and a cozy scarf..you can either dress this look up or down but I’m kind of loving it with my comfy kicks!
Tee from Little Boogaweezin | Scarf from Lululuvs | Pants from LTD | Carryall from Freshly Picked
On Lucas: Workshirt from Agatha Cub | Tee from Finomenon Kids | Harems from My Mila
It can often be difficult to find a designer that truly understands how children see the world – with That Way we have finally found a genius that has managed it. The brains and creativity behind this imaginative brand come from Aga and Damian.
Aga has used her years of expertise as an art director and illustrator to transform her talent into creating unique products for children’s interiors and clothing.
You would be forgiven for thinking that Aga is a zoologist when you look at her designs! They really do capture the beauty of the creatures in our world. Each and every time you just look at one of her new pieces, you are being personally invited to take a step into her crazy imagination and look at the world in a completely different way.
As a designer myself, it is really great to see someone pushing the boundaries for children – after all, who says that they cannot enjoy great design?