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Christmas dresses for little girls

For the first time, we have released a Christmas capsule for girls - pretty playsuits and divine dresses, just the thing for holiday parties, Santa photos, school concerts and of course, Christmas Day itself! Our Magnolia dresses are a beautiful choice, for Christmas and throughout Summer - the white version has long sleeves that are semi-sheer; cool enough for our Australian climate while offering some protection from the sun, while the red and white gingham version has short, slightly puffed sleeves. Both have a very sweet peter pan collar, lending them a vintage feel that evokes a wonderful sense of nostalgia at Christmas time. We have added a classic white version of our popular tulle wrap skirt for Christmas - this version...

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Spring 18 - something for the boys!

This season we have designed a range of classic pieces for little boys, perfect for those occasions that require something a little bit special. The Poet romper has been reincarnated in two new beautiful fabrics – a deliciously soft rayon/linen blend in charcoal grey, and a fresh blue and white cotton/linen check.   While these rompers have been designed with little boys in mind, they are truly a unisex piece and look equally lovely on our little girls! For those who like their little boys in classic styles you cant go past these rompers which are available in sizes 3 months to 4 years, and can be worn on their own or layered.   Two new pieces for boys have also...

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Minouche Summer 18 - 'Folk'

Welcome to our newest collection, ‘Folk’! As usual, the collection is inspired by classic, vintage designs; with a number of pieces playing homage to the folk movement of the 70s.

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minouche: mother and daughter

It was an absolute pleasure to have some of the pieces from our womens collection styled by the amazing Megan Morton recently. The series embodies what Minouche designs are all about - simple yet lovely, beautiful but relaxed.

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