• Five reasons to shop Le Mu

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    There are so many reasons to shop Le Mu here are just five....

    We are delighted to have been selected for a 'Laura Loves' award from Childrenswear Buyer Magazine at this year's Bubble

    Our pieces are packed with design details to make you and your little one smile.

    All our deliveries come with free UK returns as standard.  You can try our styles in the comfort of your own home knowing returns are sorted.

    Need help choosing a style or size?  Not sure what accessory to choose? We are happy to help.  Simply email customerservices@le-mu.co.uk.


    Every Le Mu purchase comes in stunning packaging.  Each piece is fit for a princess so comes in it's own garment bag.  It's a special experience from start to finish.

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  • Brick Dust and Glitter loves our White Lace Dress - yay!

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    I must admit I am a sucker for white summer dresses for Etta, at 2.5 though, it truly is the most impractical colour, but I am afraid I think "who cares, it will wash" and dress her in them anyway. There is something about that crisp colour on a sunny day that cannot be beaten, whether the dress is for a party or for wearing in the garden, a pretty white dress is a staple in all girls' wardrobes. 
    I love it when I am excited about a dress even before Etta has it on. When I first saw this Le Mu one I just felt it was like nothing I had seen before. The beautiful lace effect with the cropped flared sleeves and bell-like skirt seemed very much something I would wear, but this one is part of the girls' collection from Le Mu.
    So who are they? A British brand who started selling last year. If you go on their website you will be greeted with 3 selections; Princess, Off Duty Princess and Flower Girl. I think this best sums up the areas there dresses cover!! They are selling beautiful outfits for girls age 2-9 mainly on gorgeous tulles and laces and very much outfits for special occasions, but to be honest, there are easily happy day wear items in there also. Like this lace dress Etta has, a beautiful piece which would be perfect for many occasions, but also for teaming with a pair of sandals and wearing very casually. I always think that if you keep all nice things for special occasions they never get worn, especially if you would be spending a bit more. 
    So why did I choose this dress for Etta? Well, I couldn't have imagined just how pretty she would look in this dress, almost fairy like. With bare feet I can easily see her springing through the grass in the garden playing her own games and dancing to her own tune. What a beautiful item to have in her wardrobe. Something that allows a little one to tiptoe in play and twirl is an item worth having, in my book. 
    And parents, don't fear white, embrace it! Just make sure you have good detergent!
    Post in collaboration with Brick Dust and Glitter.

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  • AW Press Day Thursday 14th April 2016

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    We are very excited to announce we will be showing at the Alegre Media AW16 Press Day.  Full details below.  So looking forward to showing our autumn winter collection to the fashion pack!

    Sneak peek at the cover of our new Autumn Winter look book.  For full look book email info@le-mu.co.uk.

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  • Flower Girls: Soft Sherbet Shades

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    With the summer wedding season just around the corner we are showcasing our delicately coloured flower girl dresses.  If classic white is not your thing try something sweeter with our soft sherbet shades.


    Gold & Ivory Dress, £60

    Pink Flamboyance, £90

    Blue Mystique, £60


    Green Mystique, £30


    Fabulous Purple Princes, £127



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  • Eggs Royale: Easter egg decorating fit for a princess

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    Pipe Cleaner Crowns for Royal Easter Eggs

    Here in The Kingdom of Le Mu we like our eggs Royale!  

    We love this fun idea from fabulous craft blog by Kimberley Stoney also known as 'The Tiny Funnel' (find her at www.kimberlystoney.blogspot.com).  Have fun crafting crowns fit for a princess! 





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