If you are like me then Twinkle Twinkle Little Star is probably sung on repeat every night to your little one’s. It’s that childhood favourite and there is something so whimsical and magical about said stars. That is why today we are bringing you a round up of our favourite star print fashion and interiors for children.
And if you also want to embrace the starry theme for yourself then Rock My Style are sharing their favourite star print fashion.
As always Boden are on pointe with their prints. There is a whole space themed extravaganza going on with rockets, planets and stars galore.
This is dress has been sitting in my online basket for a little while just waiting to be purchased. It’s a soft knit and the muted colours are super cute.
For the littlest ones then this smocked winter dress with tiny red star detailing would be an ideal, dare I say it, Christmas dress.
And these boots. Just the best.
Marks & Spencer
M&S are also embracing the star trend with a lovely knitted outfit for babies. It would definitely keep them cosy as it gets colder.
I am pretty sure Molly would adore these star print Mary Jane shoes. Super pretty with a party dress.
If you have a whole heap of stuff you need to hide away then how about some starry storage boxes.
I would also like this bright red star print pushchair footmuff to cosy up in myself. It jut looks so warm and toasty and fits most pushchairs.
In the same bold print you can get a lovely blanket that would be perfect for snuggling up in.
This babygro isn’t just star print but whole constellations. You could have a budding astronomer on your hands.
Mamas & Papas
Mamas & Papas are my new favourite interiors crush. So so good at the moment. The colours and prints are divine.
You can’t go wrong with some simple babygro’s in the subtlest star print. These one’s come in a range of pretty colours.
This Modern Life
This Modern Life is my go to for cute accessories and decor for the girls rooms.
The This Lovely Little Company star night lights are a great gift for birthdays and are a wonderful soft light for bedtime. I may also have purchased the decorative stars from the same range for the girls stockings. How organised am I?!
The paper star lanterns are one of those versatile decor items that you can find a multitude of uses for. Whether you use them as a lampshade or hang a few together to create a wall feature they look really effective. I love the subtle prints that these one’s come in.
Wall stickers are a great way to create a bit of interest in your children’s room without the permanency of wallpaper. And you know I love a good wallpaper. The Ferm Living stars are a current favourite and I’m very tempted to get these for Alice’s room makeover. I also adore the starry night sticker for it’s sweet wording and monochrome styling.
The Rylee and Cru clothing is utterly adorable. Always the most gorgeous designs and these two star inspired numbers do not disappoint. I mean how cute are these overalls and the blouse is the sweetest.
Not On The High Street
The star inspired choices on Not On The High Street are vast. So many unique and unusual items that can add a little twinkle to your little one’s room.
These cloud mobiles are adorable. I absolutely love them and they would be a perfect new baby gift with there sweet metallic stars.
If you want to inject a bit of colour and fun then some star carnival lights are ideal. Great for a whole host of colour schemes.
I am in love with this beautiful catch a star wallpaper from Katie Bourne Interiors. It’s covered with beautiful illustrations that would add a touch of whimsy to any room.
Is anyone else feeling all twinkly? Any good star spots that we should know about?