Mummy & Me: Dolce & Gabbana to Harper & Victoria Beckham

Coordinating mummy & me outfits have been big news all season, starting on the runways of Milan and filtering through celebs, fashion bloggers and real mums alike. From Dolce & Gabbana’s stunning AW15 show to stylish celebrity mini-me’s on the FROW – we can’t get enough of this charming matching mum and daughter trend!


Dolce & Gabbana Mother and child fashion


It all started at the beginning of this season when Dolce & Gabbana themed their AW15 runway show – Mamma – around stunning mothers and daughters. Their beautiful matching mummy & me dresses sparked a global fashion trend focused entirely on you stylish mums – our favourite kind!


Celebrity mums and babies



And it’s not just the designers leading the way: Pint-sized celebs including Harper Beckham and North West graced the front rows at fashion week. While super model Coco Rocha’s 10 month old daughter Ioni Conran has her own Instagram account complete with 48,000 followers!


Fashion bloggers and their babies



Here at Seraphine, we are always excited to see your snaps, and we especially love the pictures of you with your little ones. Fashion blogger Irina Bond of Bond Girl Glam and her gorgeous 1 year old Vienna rocked adorable coordinating coats at the start of the season, and another stylish mum on Instagram dressed her daughter in a pretty lace dress to match our White Lace Maternity Dress. While Irish fashion blogger and Instagram star Eimear Varian Barry (featured on the blog this week) and her gorgeous daughter Saoirse looked super cute with matching white shirts and hairstyles.


Matching mummy and me coats by Seraphine



This season the ultimate way to match your little one is to invest in stylish matching coats! Our powder blue Cashmere Blend Maternity Coat, loved by The Duchess of Cambridge while expecting Princess Charlotte, is the perfect partner for the adorable Blue Princess Coat from the Diana Collection, made in the same soft cashmere blend.


Have fun matching mamas!



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