Kids’ tutus from Baby CoCo Bellea

Festival season is upon us.

(You can tell because it has been raining a lot lately.)

We’ve been to quite a few festivals over the years, and there are a few essentials that all families need at a festival. Wipes and wellies obviously are a must, as is a wallet bulging with twenty pound notes to pay for overpriced pies and chai teas, but one thing you absolutely cannot do without is a tutu.

Honestly, if I had a pound for every tutu I had seen at a festival – on everyone from babies to large bare-chested men in pink wigs – I’d have almost enough to pay for churros and chocolate for the whole family. (If I could be bothered to stand in the queue for half a day).

I’m going to be off to Camp Bestival this summer again, which is one of my favourite family festivals, and so was very happy indeed to be sent a handmade tutu from Baby CoCo Bellea. Baby CoCo Bellea specialises in outrageously beautiful and decadent outfits for babies and children – (think My Gypsy Wedding meets Harrods) – and their tutus are absolutely perfect for festivals and parties.

If I were four, I can’t think of anything more wonderful than dressing up in one of these, can you?

wings of an angel

Kids tutu

When I was asked what colours I would like, I suggested ‘something lovely and peacocky’, and this is what they made for us:

peacock tutu

The colours are beautiful, and I love the peacock feathers and flower – a really lovely unique touch:

peacock tutu

Now the only slight issue is that Belle isn’t going to be coming with me to Camp Bestival this year. Good job the elastic is nice and stretchy. Now I just need to find my pink wig…




  1. 21 May, 2013 / 10:42 am

    Dreamily beautiful! J’adore!

  2. Mummy
    22 May, 2013 / 9:42 am

    2 things:

    1. Hope you are feeling much better now – you are allowed to feel sorry for yourself when you are ill (for a short period only!)

    2. Where is Belle going when you are at Camp Bestival???????????

    • admin
      22 May, 2013 / 10:07 am

      That’s the weekend at the beginning of August when you are picking her up from Kilve!

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