Tesco Clothing #ffontrendmum

Monday, 14 April 2014
A few weeks back I was given yet another fantastic opportunity from the wonderful people at f+f clothing. This time it was to take part in their #ffontrendmum campaign. As I had so much fun last time I again accepted and was given £100 to spend on their new collection - this was £20 for Jack and £80 for myself. 
As I've said before, since becoming a parent I rarely purchase any new items for myself. Not only because I don't have as much cash as I spend it all on Jack but I also hate the way my body looks now. I tend to hide in clothes I know I'm comfortable in to save judgmental remarks. 
After trawling the f+f website, to which I picked lots of gorgeous items and some for my skinnier self I finally set on 2 different outfits. 

As you can see two totally different outfits. The first outfit I chose was a more casual one, something I could weat all year round to a variety of places. I'm always comfortable in jeans so this was a safe option teamed with a pretty top. My second outfit choice was a little more unusual and daring for me, a dress and tights. Generally the only time I wear a dress is if we are going out somewhere in which I need to dress up - so not very often.But I aim to one day be a more stylish mum so its a step in the right direction. I chose a more casual dress in a blue and teamed it with some opaque tights. To complete this outfit I also chose some gorgeous black wedges. I live in flats so again a strange move for me - but its almost summer. 

I enjoyed the overall finished look I achieved with both of these outfits especially the second one which shocked me. Good work f+f. On the f+f website there is a wide variety of stylish clothes that are very friendly to the bank account. 

 Jacks outfit was created for a more casual look whilst being comfortable. I chose two gorgeous tops, a pair of jeans and a pair of canvas shoes for a casual spring look. 

F+f's sizing is fab, fitting really well, not only this but the way in which the clothes wash and dry is also fab, no colour loss or damage. I find that important with kids clothing, its brilliant to find good quality low priced clothes. 

Please Note: I was given £100 to spend on f+f clothing, all wording and views are my own and not influenced. 


  1. It is difficult to treat yourself when you become a Mum I know I don't do it very often. I actually think the dress looks very flattering on you, and is a lovely colour.

  2. I love that cream top. You look lovely in both pics

  3. Some great items there. I've never really rated Tesco for clothing over other supermarkets - maybe I should check out their online collection instead!

  4. Lovely items, I really like the cream top - it is gorgeous!



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