July 2022 | This Month We're Inspired By...
Whether they're football crazy or struck by movie mania, there’s plenty to get inspired by this month. The kick-off of the UEFA Women’s Euros is motivating us to get our sportswear game on and a new film release is bringing all the (prehistoric) nostalgic feels.
Fans young and old are gathering in cinemas this month to enjoy the final film of the Jurassic World trilogy, some 29 years after the original Jurassic Park film was released. To celebrate the roaring success of the film franchise, Molo has collaborated with Universal Pictures, releasing an equally punchy capsule collection. The capsule combines prehistoric scenes with cautionary slogans, with enough variety in the line to sink even the sharpest dinosaur teeth into.
For The Sports Lovers
The UEFA Women's Euro 2022 has officially kicked off, and the summer of sport continues to enlighten us with its displays of incredible athleticism, not to mention the spectator style. This month, we are inspired by the increasing popularity of women's football, the visibility of which is encouraging young girls to get involved in sports they may have otherwise felt excluded from. With this hugely popular championship now underway, your little ones can channel their inner-midfielder with bubblegum pink shorts from Nike, and bright logo tees from Moschino. Forget off-duty style - this year we're championing off-pitch style!
The Great Outdoors
School's out for summer! With this warm weather inspiring day trips and picnics, it's important to ensure you have the three essentials: sunscreen, hydration, and snacks. Packing a bag of supplies doesn't need to be at the expense of your outfit; Powell Craft offer insulated lunch bags in a myriad of patterns - how cute is this mermaid print? - meaning you're sure to find one to complement your little one's interests. All picnics call for coordinated picnicware and it doesn't get chicer than Liewood's storage sets, making it easier than ever to cater for a full day of outdoor adventure.
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