Friday, 9 November 2012

The me&i clothing review

I have been familiar with me&i clothing for a while now, the wonderful bright colours and designs that ring true from every item in their collection.

me&i was founded back in 2004 by Susan Engvall and Helene Nyrell, and in the early days it was all run from their homes in Sweden, Barseback. Susan and Helene had been motivated by the lack of high quality, bright clothes on the market and decided to take matters into their own hands. They joined forces with Camilla Blom Polfeldt (who to this day is still the art director and print designer) and brought out the very first me&i collection.

me&i produce cool clothes for kids and are easily recognised by the:

- High quality
- Bright wonderful colours
- Cool prints
- Comfort
- Swedish design
- Oko-Tex
- Unisex designs
- Playful factor in both the colours and design

Having Leo I have come to accept that the range of boys clothes on the high street often lack imagination and are usually run of the mill attire such as jeans and standard t-shirts. I love to dress Leo in bright colours and unique designs and I often struggle to find what I am looking for when out and about, but looking through the me&I collection I can easily see myself piling up my online shopping basket.

Leo has been sent the Diggies long sleeved t-shirt, a straight Red shirt with bright Green, Yellow and Brown diggers all over it. I had no idea what design Leo was being sent so when I opened up the package to all of the bright colours I was not disappointed. It is a really fun design and you can certainly feel the quality with the 95% cotton and 5% elastane properties.

We have the Diggies design in the size 18-24 months so that Leo can get the maximum wear out of it, and even though Leo is not 18 months until December it fits perfectly bar it being a little long on his legs but that is absolutely fine. me&i clothing is soft to the touch and fits so snuggly because of the elastane that is used, it makes the fit absolutely perfect and makes it somewhat stretchy. This is always great with a growing child and means that you can really get the wear you expect out of your clothes.

I think Leo looks super in his Diggies t-shirt and I really love the fit on him, the bright colours and exciting design is really playful and exactly the type of clothing that I look for.

The Diffies t-shirt ranges from £17.00 to £19.00 dependent upon size. I know the price tag is at the higher end of the market but once you feel the quality for yourself I am sure you will agree that it is worthy. 

me&i are always looking for enthusiastic people who love their clothing and want to get involved with introducing the company to friends and family, or even people around their local area. For more information on becoming involved please visit the me&i wesbite.

Disclaimer: I was sent the Diggies t-shirt for the purpose of this review, however all views and opinions are completely honest and my own.

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