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Sunday, 11 October 2015

Competition time! Win luxury kids' dungarees


Standing in Topshop with my mum and my baby in his buggy a few months ago, I turned to my mum, picked up a pair of ripped blue dungaree-shorts and asked if, now I was a mother and supposed grown-up, I was too old to wear them. 

We decided not, and I happily pulled on those dungarees all summer long. And when I'm picking an outfit for my baby boy, I go for dungarees alllll the time. Fun stripy shorts ones for summer, cosy corduroy ones now we're heading into Autumn. They're robust, comfy and hard-wearing. And OH SO CUTE!

So when Dotty Dungarees, an online store exclusively selling dungas for kids ("in the softest fabrics in a range of bright colours"), came onto our horizon, we had to test them out on Run out of Womb

To really check out their hardiness, a friend's crawling and walking one-year-old tried out the Otto dungarees: soft blue stripy fabric and dotted insides, with a cotton jersey lining. 

This was his mum's verdict: "I love these - you can turn up the bottoms and adjust the straps, so although they're pricier than, say, Baby Gap's, they'll last for ages and are really great quality. Baby H happily scampers about in them all day, looking smart, and I've put them through the machine and dryer four times without any bobbling. Changing is easy with easy nappy-access between the legs. With a polo T underneath, they're my new favourite outfit for snazzy occasions when you still want your baba to be happy and comfy."


Dotty Dungarees come in 24 varieties, including dresses, aged 3m to 5 years, and cost £35 to £41. Here some close-ups of a few of their gorgeous designs:




And now you can win your own. Dotty Dungarees are giving Run Out of Womb readers the chance to win a pair of dungarees of your choice, gift-wrapped and packaged in a cotton DD rucksack. Here's how...


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82 comments

  1. Little ones look so sweet in them and they keep them all tucked in and warm!

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  2. They look so cute and make for easy nappy changes too!

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  3. They look super cute!

    AShleigh

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  4. They're great for playing in - and they look adorable too!

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  5. I have always loved dungarees and dresses and dungaree-dresses for my little girl! I push them upon my god children as gifts also......love love love them!

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  6. They are just so cute! Overrides how awkward they are when you need to do a nappy change! ;-)

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  7. Dungarees are really cosy and come in a lot of great designs. They are great for both genders.

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  8. Dungarees are more comfortable for toddlers - no elasticated waistbands to irritate!

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  9. Because they're so comfy and look sweet on little ones.

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  10. They just look so cute on kids!

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  11. I love dungarees because they're extremely practical especially when you have a little stripper on your hands!

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  12. They are a great shape, stylish & cute one on little ones :)

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  13. They are warm and make children looks absolutely adorable x

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  14. They are cute and practical.

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  15. They are practical

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  16. They're a classic and they're so practical!

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  17. they look cute and are practical too!

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  18. I love them because they are just so cute and are super robust, especially for those learning to crawl and walk!

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  19. Toddlers look so comfortable and ready to go exploring

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  20. I love the bright colors and quality of fabric!

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  21. my son is very skinny,so it's hard to find jeans that fit in length and around the waist. dungarees makes life so much easier

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  22. So practical and comfortable and you don;t have to worry about them fitting at the waist

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  23. Something cute to have escaped the 80s!!!!

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  24. They look so cute

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  25. They're not too ridiculously princessy but still cute!

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  26. They look fab on adults for a change on plain jeans, and children are beyond adorable in them

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  27. Kimberley Abbott12 October 2015 at 19:04

    Totally love dungaree's my daughter has several dungaree dresses and short that are so practical for summer or Autumn with a pair of frilly socks or tights socks and boots

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  28. I used to wear them as a tot, now I find myself dressing my boy in them too! Would love to get him some corduroy ones now the weather's turned autumnal.
    They just look so adorable (and practical, too!)

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  29. They are comfortable,not having a waist band around their little tummies.

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  30. Because they are comfortable and trendy xx

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  31. Because they are just so cute!!

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  32. as they are super cute and always think kids look more comfortable in them

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  33. They are so cute! Plus they are comfy and good for crawling and climing x

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  34. They remind me of what I used to wear when I was growing up :)

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  35. They are so easy for little ones to wear :)

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  36. Little ones just look adorable in them

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  37. I love how cute my little human looks in them. I always think they make them look like babies longer

    Cat x

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  38. I think dungarees are the cutest item of clothing they are gorgeous

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  39. Kids look even cuter in dungarees

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  40. They are cute, comfy and very practical.

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  41. The stay up! My son has no bum and I'm constantly pulling his pants up.

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  42. Because toddlers can't pull their nappies off so easily ... oh and they look pretty cute too!

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  43. because they are super cute and my little daughter loves them. very practical too. Thank you for the chance x

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  44. I think they looks absolutely adorable.

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  45. Just love how CUTE kids can look in dungarees, and the fact that they are SO easy to take off for parents when it comes to nappy changing time

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  46. kids just look so cute in them - I can't resist my kids in them

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  47. because they are sweet, and my little one has a habbit of taking her clothes off but cant take dungarees off :)

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  48. I love them - so cute! The original ones with the dotty pattern underneath that roll up are fab! Red and blue are fab! I love dressing my wee boy in dungarees!

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  49. I think they look so cute and they are so practical too :)

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  50. I had a favourite pair when I was little and I just think they're adorable!

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  51. They are just a classic item of clothing for kids and makes them look so cute!

    Kirsty Fox

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  52. great for girls & boys & especially good for playtime when they can crawl about :)

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  53. They look really cute and they are comfortable.

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  54. They are so versatile and just perfect for having fun and can be adjusted for a growing child fantastic :)

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  55. i honestly think theres nothing cuter than a child/baby in a pair of dungarees! they're adoable and give kids the freedom to be kids as they arent restricting and are so comfortable

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  56. I like dungarees for girls and boys, they are good for playing in and look cute.

    @polly58

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  57. They look so cute on little ones, and are really comfy and practical for play time.

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  58. They look so cute on little ones, and are really comfy and practical for play time.

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  59. Such a classic style - comfortable, and easy.

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  60. Dungarees are enduring, practical and suit almost any age.

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  61. classic styling but so super cute with it

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  62. They look so good and yet they are easy to wear and practical too.

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  63. I love them because not only are they super cute and always on trend but they are also comfortable and practical too. Would love to win some for my son :) thanks for the chance!

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  64. i find them to be really hard wearing, and fab for little boys who i find when he wears trousers they fall down all the time

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  65. They make great photos with little1s :)

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