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The new Autumn/Winter Collection at Marie Puce

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Marie Puce is a Paris-based brand we have loved and worked with for years and years. Their wide collection offers beautiful, timeless clothing for babies up to teens — and in true French style, they also have a beautiful collection of coordinating accessories to compliment the clothing (from cute mouse wallets to pretty scarves & bandanas to the sweetest baby shoes!).

What I love about Marie Puce is that, while each season offers new colours and contemporary styles, you can always be assured that the pieces will be timeless not trendy — you can rely on a classic collection for kids of all ages with easy-to-wear pieces at reasonable prices. And most of the products are made in France. What’s not to love, right?

This season, the owners, Anne and Camille, kindly offered an outfit for each of my girls. We played dress-up earlier this week and I snapped the photos above. After a year of travel and a more barefoot, bohemian style, it was fun to see them looking a bit more sophisticated in their little French dresses. I think they felt pretty special too.

Courtney x

In the photos above, Marlow is wearing the rose Paquerette Dress and Ivy is wearing the Gloria Dress. This post was sponsored by Marie Puce, a longtime member of our portal and a brand we love. 


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Comments (14)

Lisa
September 28, 2016

Beaut-I-ful – girls are gorgeous in their new dresses –
Shoes very cool too


Sabine Everett
September 28, 2016

Lovely! I was going to ask about the shoes too-where are they from?


Courtney in London
September 28, 2016

Hi Sabine – sorry, I meant to say in the post — the clogs are from Mabo Kids: http://mabokids.com (Aren’t they so cute? I want a pair in my size!) xx


Annie from Brimful
September 28, 2016

Tres chic girlies! 💗💗💗


Emilie
September 28, 2016

Very chic and parisienne 😉


Mama
September 28, 2016

Golly, doesn’t Marlow look grown up here? Beautiful dresses and clogs x


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se7en
September 28, 2016

Oh the shoes… are darling!!!


Rachel | The Little Pip
September 29, 2016

They do look nice. What size is Ivy wearing? My daughter had quite long limbs and it looks like Ivy’s sleeves don’t quite reach her wrists which I think my daughter would find annoying. How did she find the fit of the dress when wearing it all day?


Courtney in London
September 29, 2016

Ivy actually wore this dress two days in a row and didn’t complain about anything! I agree the dress is on the smaller size for her – a lot of things are for her because she’s so tall. She’s wearing a size 8 (and she’s 7). It’s a tricky age because a lot of size-8 items are small on her, but the size 10 would be too big.
I do think that French clothing tends to run on the smaller size, so it’s always better to order a size up if your child is tall.


Rachel | The Little Pip
October 1, 2016

Thanks Courtney – you’re right about French brands often running small or narrow in the body, we’ve encountered that before with other brands. Good to hear that she wasn’t bothered by it though!


Beth
September 29, 2016

I love these dresses? Will they ship to the States?


Courtney in London
September 29, 2016

Yes, they ship worldwide! x


Lauren
September 29, 2016

Lovely dresses! I just went on the website to order a dress from the states and notice there is 2A and 4A. Is Ivy in the 4? My daughter is in (America version of) a 2 so I intended to order a 3, but it seems to skip. Is that normal with French sizing? I probably should be emailing this question straight to them.


Courtney in London
September 29, 2016

Hi Lauren,
French sizing usually runs quite small. Is your daughter two now? If she’s petit, she might be fine in a size 2. Otherwise, I would get a size 4 for her. (Marlow is wearing a size 4, but she’ll be four in November!) I think it’s quite normal with European sizing to be 2, 4, 6, 8, etc.
Hope that helps! x


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