Palava are probably best known for their beautifully illustrated story book dresses. Their dresses bring to life the story book which they arrive with. Yes, each dress comes with its own Palava story book! Formerly known as Poppy England (Established 1980), then Bryony and Co, and finally to be known as Palava – what a Palaver! Read more about the name change here.
I am always looking for irresistible Christmas style, with the added benefit of being a bit different. Palava never fail to disappoint me with offering something extra special! I first noticed them at Britmums Live, being worn by Maggy of Red Ted Art. I could not stop looking at her wonderful outfit! There’s something really enchanting about their clothes. It’s not just the beautiful illustrations, but also the cut and style of each item is ultra feminine! For Christmas day I love the Beatrice Christmas dress, teamed with the sparkly gold petticoat, and perhaps a pair of over the knee socks! Having recently experimented with a tutu petticoat, I can honestly say that they are amazing to wear I found myself gliding around!
I think that the children’s range, is exquisite. Featuring stunning Christmas party styles, to suit every mini fashionista. From more traditional velvet designs, little dresses with peter pan collars, and brilliantly twirly tutus! The tu-tu petticoats are cute enough to wear on their own – perfect for a fun Christmas day at home!
Palava are proud to be an ethical brand, they know exactly where their clothes have been made. Where possible, clothes are British made, and they love using Organic cotton for their gorgeous dresses! Hop over to www.palava.co to see all their stunning styles. Last UK posting dates for Palava pre-Christmas delivery are; 19th December for First class recorded, or 22nd December for Next Day delivery. Both delivery methods will require a signature, so make sure someone will be available to sign! If you’re outside the UK and want to check the last delivery dates pop over to www.facebook.com/palavafolk or www.twitter.com/palavafolk for help!