Monday, 23 May 2016


Little Leon went out on an autumn bike adventure to test out his brand new Wishbone 3-1 bike – all layered up in the truly up and coming Australian children's label, Chi KhiThe amazing wishbone design 3 in one bike is the perfect bike for your little toddler. Leon has the Limited Edition Tangaroa bike, with the cutest fish design (which fits us who live in a little coastal paradise perfectly) This bike can be used from 1 year with the tree wheels and at around 2 years of age you transform it to a super cute and highly durable eco-friendly wooden balancing bike! See more ((here))
This was Mr L’s first time biking and he loved it so much and quickly realised he could go very fast down the small hills and bumps. Of course I got a bit scared but he was pretty determined. He wanted to push the bike up the small hills, and off he went.
He biked to check out the waves at the beach, an empty car-park become a race car track to finally go and have a look at the memorial mountain of handmade poppies! Of course he had his favourite pirate bunny as a passenger with him from the ethical Australian brand Miann & Co (formerly known as Ladedah kids) I will soon tell you more about them in a separate blogpost.

Chi Khi is designed for the urban, really cool little kids! High-end designer clothes for little kids and babies and of course they are super comfortable and unisex.
The designer is the creative multi-talented Natalie Bassingthwaighte.
This season Chi Khi is all about layering and I think it’s really their coolest collection so far!! They have amazing LS tees that you can easily layer with a jumper and a hooded vest. This vest is perfect for the Australian winter. 
Chi Khi has a great eye for the small details. The jumpers have sneaky thumb holes for warming up the cold winter hands! How great is that! And it doesn't stop there, Chi khi also has a great range of winter accessories! I love the aviator hat and the mood snood. This snood will be Leons’ must have for the season. It’s keep your neck warm and it’s just adds that extra stylish layering look to any outfit!
The fabric in the garments are made from bamboo and cotton, it’s so amazing soft towards your skin and it keeps you cool in summer and warm in winter! The clothes are very well made, cosy and made to last, so you can pass them on. That’s great for our environment as well!

Mr L got to wear both his favourite shoes : the very comfortable boots from Tip Top Joey and the cool lion sneakers by Feiyue from Romper stomper kids.

Wish you all a beautiful day with lots of adventures!


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Ingrid is a fashion photographer located in the gorgeous coastal NSW. She is a regular contributor to the FWC blog. 
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