Wrapping up this Winter with Frugi Coats | AD

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Bodhi in Frugi ducks coat

Frugi Children’s Coats Review

We are currently in the coldest month of the year, but just because it’s cold doesn’t mean that we can’t be colourful. It was also perfect timing for a rather lovely delivery from Frugi.

Logan climbing ropes in Frugi jacket - grey body with orange sleeves

If you haven’t come across them before, Frugi make beautiful, sustainable clothes that are made to last. They are always colourful and fun and if you have a little one in cloth nappies, designed to fit over cloth nappies too. We already have some of their clothes and I always covet them when they’re in the shops as I do love colourful clothes for children.

Aria in pink origami birds Frugi jacket wearing a helmet standing on her scooter

In our bag of goodies was a lovely coat for Bo and Aria and a jacket for Logan. The sizes are pretty generous and Bo is wearing a size 1-2 years coat (he is 20 months) and Aria an age 5-6 years. By comparison her current school coat is age 6-7 years. Logan’s jacket is size 7-8 years (he’s 8) and as you can see from the photos it’s very generous.

Bo sitting in swings with Frugi green coat with ducks on it

The coats that Bo and Aria are wearing are 100% waterproof and have a cosy fleece lining. As well as elasticated arms, hoods and storm flap pockets. They are also made from recycled plastic bottles, which means they’re good for the environment too. I also really liked the reflective strips, perfect for the darker evenings. Logan’s jacket is made from organic cotton and fleece and has hand warmer pockets.

Aria jumping in pink Frugi coat and navy leggings - arms and hair in the air

We took the coats and jacket for a scoot and adventure at the local park and as you can see the children had lots of fun. The coats in particular are great as the outsides are wipe clean. Which will be fantastic for those puddle splashing days and see the children well into spring. I loved the colour on Logan’s jacket and think it will be a firm favourite even on cooler summer days.

Frugi Reese Jacket £32

Puddle Buster Coat £39 (Origami flight as seen on Aria and Mandarin ducks as seen on Bo)

Frugi Organic Children's Recycled Coats

9 thoughts on “Wrapping up this Winter with Frugi Coats | AD

  1. Those look really lovely and cosy, and I love how colourful they are. Once they reach a certain age, it’s so hard to find anything that isn’t grey or navy.

  2. Lovely bright colours and nice patterns. I have never heard of this company before, love that they accommodate cloth nappies! My daughter is in cloth nappies and I find dresses are always on the shorter size because the nappies are so bulky

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