• Short Stories - sale edit

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    Get shorty!

    Shop our winter shorts at sale prices.  Team with brilliant blouses for a classic look for you little one.

    Ivory Top Was £20 Now £10 & Biege Shorts Was £47 Now £33


    White Blouse Was £49 Now £34.50 & Katia Playsuit Was £77 Now £54


    Navy Blue BlouseCarpe Diem Shorts Was £49 Now £34.50 & Was £47 Now £33

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  • Check Mate - sale edit

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    Wear with drop waist dress with boots or flats during the winter months.  Team with leggings or tights for a versatile look.

    Winter dressing sorted - check!

    Carpe Diem Dress Was £79 Now £55.50


    Front & back view


    Zip & button cuff details

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  • January Blues - sale edit

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    Feeling blue (and green)

    Monday 18th Jan was 'the most depressing day of the year' according to experts, the festive season is over, reality and the cold are biting.  

    Beat the January blues with our enchanting dresses, also available in green.



    Blue Mystique Was £60 Now £30  Green Mystique Was £60 Now £30

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  • Princess Cupcakes

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    There is something special about baking with your children. I can remember being a little girl and baking with my Mum, helping measure out the ingredients, stirring it all together, licking the bowl out {probably the best bit!} and then being let loose with the decorations afterwards!

    Now I’m the Mama and I love baking with my girls nearly as much as they love baking. While I could whip a batch of cakes far faster and with much less mess {and maybe a little more ‘professional’ looking} if I baked by myself, I think it’s a great bonding activity as well as teaching them an important life skill to bake together.

    Even my youngest girl who is 6 can almost make these cupcakes from start to finish all by herself - she justs needs a little help getting them in and out of the oven. Her favourite part is decorating them, she loves picking out her favourite sprinkles and making each cake look just right. We whipped up this batch last week when she was expecting a friend around to play and needed princess cupcakes for a tea party.

    For the cakes

    2 eggs, beaten

    125g self-raising flour, sifted

    1tsp baking powder

    125g butter, creamed

    125g caster sugar

    for vanilla and white chocolate cakes

    1 tsp vanilla extract

    75g white chocolate chips

    for choc chip cakes

    1 tbsp cocoa powder

    75g chocolate chips

    To Make

    *Cream the butter and sugar together, then add in the beaten eggs. Mix until creamy.

    *sift in the flour, baking powder, vanilla extract/cocoa powder, chocolate chips and stir until just combined.

    *Divide between 6 muffin tins or 12 cupcake cases {depending on size!} and bake for 12 mins at 180C. Leave to cool


    To Decorate

    200g Icing Sugar

    Edible glitter


    Princess Rings

    *Mix the icing sugar with a few drops of food colouring and a tsp of water at a time until it is smooth. You want nice thick icing so it’s easy for your child to use.

    *Let them spread a spoonful of icing over each cake and push a ring into the centre of each cake.

    *Then it’s time to decorate! We used edible glitter and some princess sprinkles

    These are perfect for your little princess and her friends. We often make them on a rainy afternoon and have a tea party with all of her teddies and dolls.

    Polly Davies is Mama of four, she lives in North Wales and blogs over at Enchanted Pixie




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  • Things to do in London for little princesses

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    Frozen in Concert at Royal Albert Hall

    On Thursday 29 October Royal Albert Hall is hosting the world premiere of Frozen in Concert, where a full orchestra will accompany a screening of the hit movie. There are two screenings at 2pm and 6.30pm, and there are still tickets available for both performances. It sounds like a must-see event for Frozen fans, who I'm sure will love the atmosphere in the Royal Albert Hall and singing along to the popular songs.

    Cinderella at Lyric Hammersmith
    In the run up to Christmas, little princesses will be flocking to Lyric Hammersmith to see the new Cinderella panto, starting on 21 November. The Hammersmith theatre is known for putting on memorable shows for a young audience, and the new Cinderella play promises festive fun coupled with a princess tale.

    Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique at Harrods
    When Fairy Godmother turns Cinderella into a beautiful princess ready to go to the ball, she says "bibbidi bobbidi boo" and at Disney's Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique at Harrods little princess fans aged 3 and over can experience the same magic as Cinderella. They can be turned into their favourite princess for a day, with a new outfit, hair style and photos being part of the unique experience, which any little girl is bound to remember for a long time to come. 

    Fashion Rules at Kensington Palace
    For a London museum experience, the Fashion Rules exhibition at Kensington Palace is sure to be a winner with princess-loving girls, who will enjoy seeing the glamorous dresses. The exhibition showcases royal dresses from the collections of the Queen, Princess Margaret and Princess Diana, and for little ones it's an added bonus that the exhibition is also set in a real princess palace! 

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