Review: Little Beau Chic Boutique

I am always on the look out for new brands to tell you all about and recently I stumbled across Little Beau Chic online.

Little Beau Chic

Little Beau Chic is an online Baby and Children’s boutique that stocks high trend and individual clothing as an affordable alternative to the High Street. The ranges available at Little Beau Chic are a variety of key seasonal trends mixed in with traditional funky items that creates a cool and elegant style.

There is a wide range of products on the Little Beau Chic website and each item is given at least one image – multiple where needed, all are great quality with zoom enabled. Each item also has suggestions of other coordinating items to ‘complete the look’ and the range of brands stocked on Little Beau Chic is pretty impressive – from Levi’s to Name It, Blue Seven to Guess there is a brand for every taste and budget.

I’ve taken time to look at the whole range from Little Beau Chic and have put together some of the items that I love best when shopping for LP and Little Man – there is just so much to choose from!

Little Beau Chic
Blue Seven Baby Denim Dungarees – £20 / Name It Boys Lester Chunky Knit – £22 / Blue Seven Baby Boys Felix White Shirt – £14 / Name It Yasim Dribble Bibs – £3 / Name It Organic Lavia Long Sleeved T Shirt – £10 / Levis Baby Girls Denim Skirt with Grey Leggings – £25 / Blue Seven Girls Daisy Winter Gillet – £25

I think Little Beau Chic offers a lot of variety and something different to the styles you see in the shops. The prices are reasonable for the quality of brands on offer and it’s definitely worth paying a premium to have items that not every other child will be wearing. The boys and girls clothing compliments each other nicely and siblings could dress in similar styles easily when shopping with Little Beau Chic.

One lovely thing about Little Beau Chic is that they donate 10% of profits to a nominated charity each year. This year they are donating to Kids Company who provide practical, emotional and educational support to vulnerable inner-city children. It’s always great to know when you buy something that a percentage will be going to a worthwhile cause.

The ordering process with Little Beau Chic is simple – add items to your basket, calculate postage costs and then pay by credit/debit card. Postage is free over £20 with Little Beau Chic and I think that’s very reasonable – a lot of online retailers have a £50 minimum or no free postage option. Below £20 there is a postage charge of £3.50 but personally I’d rather make the order up to £20 and save the postage cost! Little Beau Chic has a really lovely boutique feel across the website and it makes shopping with them a really nice experience.

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