Cold weather can't stop the fun – our spotty jerseydress is cosy enough for parties at the North Pole. The soft brush-back fabric and long sleeves keep things toasty while mingling with polar bears, and the full skirt is perfect for showing off dance moves to passing arctic foxes.
GRY and PNK: main 80% cotton 20% polyester
GRY and PNK: rib 73% cotton 23% polyester 3% metallised fibre 1% elastane
This long-sleeved dress has great chuck-on-ability. And the unbelievably soft cotton mix has all-day-every-day comfort. If a party arises, the swingy skirt is perfect for showing off dance moves. But the best bit? Check out that sparkly waist tie and gold lurex piping detail.
Who needs a trip to the zoo when this printed dress already has so many creatures? Actually, we recommend a trip to the zoo anyway – wearing this dress for double points. A gathered panel in the skirt adds fullness and swing to the pretty shape, and there's another special touch: a delicate broderie…
Watch out, prima ballerinas – when this super-soft cotton dress gets twirling, the gathered skirt will give professional pirouetters a run for their money. Even when it's not in full swing, the ruffles on the sleeves and collar will keep it firmly at the centre of attention. The best part? It has…
Our popular unicorn jerseydress is back with a versatile short-sleeved version. The comfortable swing shape makes it easy to twirl effortlessly from one adventure to the next, while the appliqué is sure to the steal the show with gold detailing and more than a touch of magic.
We used every crayon in the box to design these graphic, colourful prints (so this dress may not be ideal for playing hide-and-seek). The T-shirt style is made from 100% cotton and has a playful swing skirt with a wide block panel hem. Now, has anyone got some colouring pencils we could borrow?
Get into the swing of things with this flattering top. We've given it a laid-back shape and smart gold buttons to make it easy for you to dress it up or down. And its sleeves are flared too, because why not?