We are the biggest fans of the Hybrid Harems by Om Baby. We think they are simply the perfect, unisex summer garment for babies and toddlers. Not only do they look great, they also happen to be handmade locally, by mums no less, in Walthamstow!

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Alice Aitken is the founder 'mummy' of Om Baby. With a background in print design and trend forecasting she was inspired to start the brand last year, after travelling to India with a baby bump and spotting a gap in the market for attractive babywear that can accommodate a big, cloth nappy bum! 

Baby in Om Baby Harems and dribble bib

Om Baby's signature yoga harem pants are designed for comfort as well as style, giving babies plenty of 'wriggle room' while making them stand out from the crowd.

Om Baby fabric selection

Alice loves textiles and uses her trained eye to select her fabrics. She works with beautiful, block printed Kadhi fabric and lightweight meditation scarf textiles from India, as well as fab African wax printed cotton, all in an up-to-date array of print, colour and pattern.

Om Baby says "festival headdresses coming soon"

Om Baby's concept links together Alice's three big loves; her daughter (who serves as in-house model, muse and inspiration), textiles and her love of India. She dreams of getting her own textile designs woodblock printed in India and to expand the range.

We personally love the idea of babies and toddlers across the globe leg-kicking and stretching into all kinds of poses, dressed in these fantastic pants and will continue supporting Alice in making that dream become a reality!


Check out our current Om Baby styles by clicking here 

Psst... all of the Om Baby items are made up in a limited number, so if you love them get them while you can!


We've just taken delivery of a precious wooden treasure, courtesy of Swedish brand House of Fabel. Their wooden necklaces and bracelets for kids are deliciously tactile, utterly  wearable and look good enough to eat.


House of Fabel was founded by three creative mums in Stockholm that had picked up on the lack of fun, unisex jewellery for kids, items meant for everyday wear – not just special occasions.

The trio's first collection 'Rainbow Royals' is inspired by giant diamonds like Koh-I-Noor and Hope, the attraction and the myths surrounding them, as well as Elizabeth Taylor's magnificent jewellery collection and 80's movies like “Romancing the Stone”.


Sustainable and environmentally-friendly production is important to Fabel. All the jewels are made from recycled FSC-certified wood and the beads have been dyed with non-toxic colours. All Fabel jewellery is produced in Sweden.


Check out the House of Fabel goodies by clicking here

Watch out kids! Mummy might raid your jewellery box!