Olive&Moss

Olive&Moss launched in 2007 after founder Nina, a textile designer, wanted to create bright and beaming high quality childrenswear which would encompass her idea of unique animal characters.

They have just launched their SS15 collection and C & E were lucky enough to have items sent to them to try out.

I love how the items were wrapped and I was very excited about opening them out as I didn't know what we would be receiving.



C's item was from the new SS15 range - a beautiful Tobias the Toucan t-shirt (RRP £20.00). Tobias the Toucan is a new character who has been introduced this season, alongside Gilly the Giraffe, to join the expanding group of animal friends.

I was very surprised by how thick the t-shirt is. C is 2 and a half so he received size 2-3 years and it fits perfectly. I do have to squeeze his head through the neck hole but I think that's down the fact that he has a big head!

Tobias the Toucan is so bright and full of colour. C was instantly pointing down at him and saying, "bird t-shirt!" over and over again.

The stitching is absolutely perfect and even after washing, the t-shirt looks brand new and doesn't lose shape or shrink. I cannot fault it. It is definitely worth the £20 price tag.



In 2013, Olive&Moss teamed up with Egmont Publishing to create a set of four educational books. C has always been a bookworm and I do hope E follows in his footsteps so I was delighted to see that she had been sent one of their books - Margot and Mo (£5.99).

The short board book is perfect for babies and it is all about Margot and Mo's tea party. The images are minimalist but perfect to capture attention and begin teaching your children their numbers from one to five.




Olive&Moss stock so many bright and beautiful items from clothing to books to gift sets and cards. You can browse their full collection on the Olive&Moss website and you can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

(Disclaimer: We received these items for the purpose of this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own).


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