April showers and a Muddy Puddles review

April 27, 2016

Muddy Puddles review – looking for weatherproof children’s raincoats?

If you’re looking for children’s raincoats that are actually weatherproof, read our Muddy Puddles review.

Muddy Puddles raincoat and boots review

Can we just take a second to talk about the weather please? Snow, in April? May is just around the corner. I don’t want to be one of those weather-obsessed people, although clearly I am, but brrr,

Bubbles and Muddy Puddles review

Yesterday we were feeling a bit stir crazy from being cooped up in the house all afternoon, not helped by us being confined to one room due to the building work, so we bundled up and went outside for some fresh air.

Ages ago I wrote a post on ways to turn a bad day back around and I reckon getting out of the house would still be top of the list as fresh air makes everything better, even if it’s only for five minutes.

Testing Out our Muddy Puddles Coats and Boots

The sky was an ominous and oppressive shade of dark grey so the guys were wore their raincoats and boots we were sent from from Muddy Puddles (although I didn’t expect to be testing them out in a snow storm).

Muddy Puddles raincoat and mac review

We were sent the Muddy Puddles Puddle Pac-a-mac – Eliza opted for the Orange Ripple design which is £20 and comes in seven incredibly colourful options including an umbrella design and the same blue raindrops as on Flo’s suit (which is the Puddle Pac All-in-one in raindrop design and £25. It’s quite big so one to grow in to).

Muddy Puddles raincoat review

Both of mine wear wellies with *everything* and we always go for the brightest ones, so loved the lightening flash design on Flo’s. Eliza was sent Puddleflex Wellies (£24) which are more of a winter design with a polar fleece lining, drawstring top and furry trim.

Welly review from Muddy Puddles

The coats aren’t lined so are more suited to warmer weather or wearing over the top of something else (although neither of my children seem to feel the cold, unlike me)

Raindrop all-in-one waterproof suit from Muddy Puddles

There’s nothing better than brightly coloured children’s outerwear, is there? It’s just so cheerful. Despite the fact that clearly, winter is coming x.

We were sent these item to review by Muddly Puddles.

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  • Jess @ Along Came Cherry

    April 29, 2016 at 4:57 pm

    I love Muddy Puddles, their clothes are fab. This weather is so rubbish, I’m still in my snow boots and winter coat! x

  • Eleanor

    April 29, 2016 at 6:36 pm

    Those girls are looking delicious as ever! It’s a long term quest of mine to find lightweight rainproof clothes for Tibbs, and these are looking ideal!

  • Slummy single mummy

    April 29, 2016 at 6:50 pm

    Yay for Muddy Puddles! Belle had a fleece from there that she wore just about non stop for two years! Such a lovely company. The weather though – can’t help with that…

  • Laura

    May 1, 2016 at 3:15 pm

    I love Muddy Puddles kids clothes and seriously want a pair of those lightning wellies in adult sizes!!

    Laura x

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