In the Spotlight: A Dee SS16

Here at Jilly’s Online we aim to bring you a range of beautiful childrenswear every season, from a wide selection of brands. This week, we’re putting the spotlight on A Dee, one of our favourite girlswear brands, to explore their gorgeous current collection, and tell you a little bit more about the brand itself.

This season for A Dee, it is all about mixing beautiful bright colours, in citrus hues of Orange, Lemon and Lime, with classic tones of White, Pink, Red and Navy. The Spring Summer 2016 collection includes tulip print jackets, lemon playsuits, lime leggings sets and beautiful dresses in orange and lemon, with more structured navy and white dresses and pale pink tunics also part of the range.

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A Dee, which is part of Picture Book Fashion, launched in the UK and the Netherlands in 2012. The brand creates a “complete look” collection for girls aged 3 to 12 every season, with the key being to create full outfits including accessories. A Dee has something for every occasion, from beautiful, more structured dresses, to more casual leggings sets, in a variety of fabrics. Their beautiful jackets and coats are incredibly popular, and the brand is known for mixing fun prints (like their gorgeous London Print coat from their AW15 collection) with more subtle items like the pale pink and white bow jackets from SS16.

To shop the A Dee SS16 collection now, visit our website here.

The Jilly’s Online Team 🙂

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