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If you have an inquisitive mind about the world around you then you can’t go wrong with visiting the enchanting town of Shrewsbury. The birth place and home of Charles Darwin who as early as nine had started observing and recording things he found in the natural world that surrounded him around Shrewsbury.
A carefree walk and we are surrounded with a cascade of colour and sweet scent evoking the senses and wonderment. Bold tantalizing technicoloured flowers against natural coloured timeless historical buildings are a perfect match made in heaven.
A vision British mumpreneur Michelle Jones had for her environmentally friendly baby and children Freya Lillie unisex clothing range. Natural and organic linen handmade pieces which are about simplicity and minimalism in a world of noisy patterns and colours.
A busy mum herself, Michelle knows the value of practicality and comfort. The whimical timeless salopette outfit made from luxurious linen will keep babies and children cool and comfortable in the warmer weather and the adustable straps allowing comfort for growth.
The beautiful classic outfit is perfect for continous exploration around historical Shrewsbury and climbing the great inspirational Darwin man himself with pleasurable ease and admiration. Now lets use that magnify glass and get down with nature and experiment by picking pretty flowers to smell, touch and blow into the air.
Oak’s Linen Natural Salopettes from Freya Lillie.
Oak’s striped long sleeved top: Serendipity Organics
Oak’s Sandals: Biomecanics
Oak’s Animal Owl Mask: Homemade