Feeling Blissful

This Easter the quads will be well dressed in pieces from the Bliss & Brahm spring collection.  Bliss and Brahm is a toddler clothing company created by Heather Hinkle, mother of boy/ girl twins.  Heather once struggled to find coordinating outfits for her twins and wanted the next generation of moms to have better options.  Though the original intent of Bliss & Brahm was for boy/ girl twins, you can easily mix and match outfits for kids of different ages, girl/ girl and boy/ boy twins, triplets, or more.   If you prefer matching outfits, no worries!  You can order two or more of the same outfit.  All items are handmade in the United States and come in sizes 12 months to 3T.   All outfits are about $25 each, which is quite affordable for boutique clothing.

I’ll be honest, the majority of the kid’s wardrobe is made up of hand me downs, sale items, and consignment finds so I don’t typically “splurge”, even $25 per child on an outfit since it costs me $100 plus accessories.  However, a few times per year for a special occasion or family photographs I’ll invest a little more than usual on their clothes.  Bliss & Brahm is perfect for these types of purchases.

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Outfits shown from left to right: Two in Blue: Bliss Bouquet Dress $25, Azure Shorts & Crisp White Shirt $25, Gingham & Grace: Boy’s Button Down & Roll Ups $25

Right now, Rylin, Sydney and Mason all wear size 2T/3T, and Harper is in 3T/4T.  I ordered 3T for everyone, hoping there’d be growing room for the smaller three kiddos, and I was right.  Everything seems to fit true to size.  Harper’s fit him perfectly, and there is a bit of growing room for the other kids.  I suspect the smaller three kids will even be able to wear their outfits for two seasons.

I chose the roll ups for Mason since he’s thin and the waistband is adjustable as is the length of the pants.  I was impressed with the thick cotton fabrics used on all of the pieces because I know it can handle plenty of washings and wear.  In fact, Harper’s white shirt was put through the wash test after he got a huge pizza stain on the front of it, which resulted in numerous washings.  Even with all of these washings, it still looks crisp and fresh for Easter Sunday!

 

 

The kids clearly felt comfortable and cute in their new threads too.  They hammed it up for the camera and had no trouble using our playset or jaunting around the yard.   Who wouldn’t feel joyous in these cheerful, spring fabrics?  They won’t be allowed to wear these outfits again until Easter, but afterwards they’ll wear them for less formal occasions (e.g. out to dinner, play dates, birthday parties) and I know the outfits can withstand that wear.

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If you’d like to shop Bliss & Brahm yourself, follow this link: Bliss & Brahm Etsy. 

You can also connect with them via Facebook here:Bliss & Brahm Facebook.

Happy Shopping!

 

Amber


Disclaimer: I would like extend a special thanks to Bliss & Brahm for providing product samples for us to try for the purpose of review.  No other compensation was received, and all thoughts/ opinions are 100% my own. 


 

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