Lucky Sew and Sew

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Friday, 21 April 2017

Mini's Swimwear

I've been a little AWOL lately, and it's because I've been working SO HARD! So this week I thought I'd show you some pictures of my newest collection to be released - Swimwear for your Mini-Me! We released our bikinis last year and they were received really well, and so I figured it was about time we offered up maximum summer twinning opportunities and made swimwear for kiddies too.

Our new range includes swimming costumes with ruffle cap sleeves and leg ruffles, a low scoop back joined with a bow, and also trunks in contrasting fabrics. Both come in ages newborn-12 years.

We went to the beach in Alicante last Friday and armed with my camera, I attempted to take a little photoshoot of Logan and Rori modelling the new swimwear. I'm actually pretty pleased with how the photos came out! You can view the Mini'sswimwear collection in my shop here: Lucky Sew and Sew

As well as the new Mini's Swimwear range, I've also been working away on a BIG new collection too, but it's still super top-secret at the moment.

Tomorrow is Rori's 2nd birthday and we have planned a little get-together. I've still got to finish sewing her dress and baking her cake. There's literally not enough hours in the day or days in the week.

So, without further-a-do, here's some snaps from our beach photoshoot!



  1. Those are amazing. I don't have any use for kids' swimwear but I can appreciate the lovely designs. The bow on the back is so pretty!

  2. Great swim wear, love the detail on the girl styled ones. With teen boys alas we don't need any but I'm sure with the extra pretty trim and the matching material for boys, they'll be well liked. I wish you all the best. Cathy x

  3. The swimwear is pretty and so unique. Of course the little models are even prettier!

  4. Aww the kids look fantastic in these shots! Such awesome swimwear could be modeled by no less than such awesome kids :)


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