Light Grey Jacquard Fairy Tale Romper
Light Grey Jacquard Fairy Tale Romper

Light Grey Jacquard Fairy Tale Romper

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Our limited edition Fairy Tale romper is a spellbinding confection of comfort and sheer loveliness. Two extravagantly pretty rows of embroidered daisies and hand-stitched smocking travel all the way around the back to embrace the puff sleeves – all carefully stitched by hand in work that takes our seamstress over thirty hours. In a fine misty grey jacquard weave, it features a Peter Pan collar trimmed in delicate lace, with our trademark cotton voile lining and mother-of-pearl buttons. Made with passion in London.

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Quality Local Luxury

Strawberries & Cream is a luxury baby and childrenswear brand, to be remembered and different.

Lovingly designed, around a kitchen table in a garden shed on Hampstead Heath, and carefully made in the UK by traditional craftsmen and seamstresses.

We believe in unique and timeless high quality garments for babies and children, made in Scotland and England. Our fabrics and trimmings are made by traditional, specialised weavers.

We believe the process is a part of the luxury, and our garments are developed as they were in the past.

As they always should be.

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Hand-made embroidery, made in London - Strawberries & Cream
Hand-made Embroidery, Made in London

We pleat by hand, and develop our embroideries here, in London. Smocking was invented in England in the Middle Ages, and was often worn by labourers. This fine, hand-embroidery technique is back once again in the luxury market, and in recent years has mostly been developed overseas, due to the high costs.

We aim to recover this tradition, to hand craft this exquisite embroidery here, where this tradition began.

We believe that the process and the experience of designing and developing is part of the experience of luxury.

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