Tom & Teddy, swim trunks for boys and men

We’ve just returned from a little half-term holiday in Positano, Italy. Apart from a few rainy days (and some jelly fish stings!) we had a really lovely, relaxing time. I will sit down later this week and write up a little guide for Positano (this was our 9th time visiting – it has become almost like a second home for us!) … but in the meantime, I wanted to share these photos of my boys (both my children and my husband!) wearing their matching Tom & Teddy swim trunks.

Tom & Teddy was started by two former Sydney residents and parents of two little boys. They were inspired by their fond memories of sand and surf and wanted to create a line of cute and vibrant swim trunks for boys, big and little. The swim trunks are made with a quick-drying, UV protected microfibre fabric which is salt water and chlorine resistant. And they come in a variety of fun colours and patterns. So cute!

Tom & Teddy are now celebrating Father’s Day with a whopping 20% discount on all swimwear! Click here for details.

x Courtney

3 COMMENTS - Add your own

1. Catherine | June 5, 2013 | Reply

This is completely off topic (although I think the shorts are very cute!), but I was wondering if any of you have posted about weaning. My baby son Magnus has just turned 4 months and seems really interested in food, but the official advice here in the UK is to wait until 6 months before introducing solids. I did wait with my daughter, and then was told by a health visitor that nobody does that! I was talking to a friend, who is American and a paediatrician, and she recommended starting between 4 and 6 months. Just wondering if you have any thoughts on this… P.S. Positano looks beautiful!

2. Bianca / Little Scandinavian | June 6, 2013 | Reply

You have such a beautiful family, C. Fun with matching shorts for the boys as well. Looking forward to hear more about your holiday -we love Italy too.
Catherine. I’m not trained a medical worker but I introduced food, as in rice porride at age around 4,5 – 5 months. Simply because she was too hungry. My 2 daughter did not have the same apetite and tasted solid food when she was 6-7 months old.
Hope you find a solution that works for you and your baby.

Bx

3. Kirsteen | June 6, 2013 | Reply

Cute! I love how they all match!!

Positano looks absolutely gorgeous, looking forward to reading your guide x

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