Whether it’s a wedding, summer party or another special occasion, it’s key to have at least one classic outfit in your baby’s wardrobe. Emile et Rose is renowned for its classic pieces and we’ve absolutely fallen in love with all of the summer styles — is anything more adorable than a tiny pastel-coloured babygrow? Traditional blues and pinks dominate much of the collection but we all know these sweet pastels will always be on-trend. It isn’t just about style, the British babywear brand is looking out for your baba’s comfort too, with much of the collection made from soft cotton and lightweight knits.

New arrivals

We can’t think of two better outfits to bring your baby girl or boy home from the hospital than Pluto and Pamela.  These two particular styles are in the ‘Bliss Charity Range’, whereby 10% of proceeds from styles in this collection go to support Bliss, a charity supporting premature or sick babies.’

Traditional pieces

Pacey and Paula are our favourites from the ‘Traditionally British’ range. The intricate embroideries and Peter Pan collar add so much to the Pacey all-in-one, making it a smart fit for any formal occasion.

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Special occasions

Poppy is a beautiful dress fit for a summer wedding while the Perry three-piece linen set is the perfect look for a christening.

Summer holidays

The ‘Summer Baby’ range is all about staying cool and comfortable in the warm weather. Isn’t the sailor outfit just one of sweetest things you’ve ever set eyes on?

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