Last week I shared my love for fresh and gorgeous new baby & toddler brand Perky Panda. Today I wanted to share one of the beautiful Edamame sweaters they sent me, which Caterpillar kindly agreed to model in exchange for a lovely walk by the beach and an ice cream!
Edamame is one of several lovely ranges Perky Panda carry. They cater for toddlers and children aged 1-6 and their clothing is made from a unique yarn made of soy, wheats and oats. I love the idea of kids clothing that is completely natural and it’s very noticeable when you touch the fabric too. It’s incredibly soft, in fact I wish they made adult clothes just so I could wear them too (I did rub it against my cheek a few times – true story).
The jumper we received is a v-neck in cream & grey stripe and has the adorable edamame bean symbol. You can also buy the same style in frappe & grey, as well as lots of other items in a variety of cute colours – t-shirts, dungarees, hoodies and skirts to name only a few.
I love that, with a v-neck, you can dress it either up or down and I just adore how it looks with these camel shorts Caterpillar is wearing, but it would also look fab over jeans and a t-shirt. It’s soft but lightweight so can even suit this time of year when our British “summer” gets a little cooler in the late afternoon/early evening.
You can really feel the quality of the material and these items would make a lovely present too. I was a little concerned about washing it but it actually comes up really well.
If you’d like to get your hands on something from Perky Panda’s Edamame range then feel free to hop over to last week’s post and enter the giveaway I’m running to win a £25 voucher.
Disclosure: We received this jumper in exchange for an honest review, words and opinions are all my own.
11 comments on “Comfort & The Cute Factor – Edamame Jumper Review”
I really like it and with stripes. Lovely pictures, i love the way your son is posing for the camera hahaha #TwinklyTuesday
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Ha ha – I know, it’s like he was born to be a cheesy catalogue model or something! Thanks for reading x
This looks lovely, smart casual with the soft colours. I didn’t even know you could make yarn from such things!
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Neither did I before! Thanks for reading 🙂 x
Looks lovely – and thanks for introducing me to this brand. I’ve never heard of them but will have to check them out, I love finding new kids clothing brands 🙂 I’ll hop over to the giveaway 🙂 #funkykidfriday
We’ve never heard of Perky Panda but they sound like a lovely kids fashion brand! Anything that is super sof is a winner with us! #TriedTested #BloggerUKClub #FunkyKidFriday xx
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This is really cute. I love simple jumpers that look super snazzy! Just popped over and entered the comp! Thanks for linking up with #TwinklyTuesday
That sweater is gorgeous, I love the design. I love dressing my son in clothing like this, have never heard of this brand before so will have to check them out #triedtested x
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Aww this is lovely – it’s so smart! I’m definitely off to check out Perky Panda – if just for the name!
Thanks for linking up to #FunkyKidFriday xxx
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I’ve never heard of perky panda before but I love this top. I love anything with stripes on it and vaguely rugby top-ish!
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Same here, rugby shirts are soooo cute! Thanks for reading x