From humble beginnings to international success, Mayoral is an affordable designer brand that dresses children beautifully. Since its inception, Mayoral has become an iconic brand that has provided families across the world with the best of Spanish fashion.
We were lucky enough to be sent some gorgeous Mayoral clothes by ChildrenSalon to take with us to Rome, and a few of the pieces have become firm favourites in the kids wardrobe.
Sizing wise it’s spot on and everything fit the girls really well. It’s also fantastic quality and I’ll definitely seek it out again.
For Izzy (who currently hates dresses) I chose a gorgeous silver striped blouse and grey slim fit jeans. I particularly love the blouse as it looks like something a little bit different and I think looks way more expensive than its £30 price tag.
For Eve I chose a Navy blue polka dot dress. This is a gorgeous dress with pockets and it’s really really comfy. On holiday she paired it with long socks and trainers but she’s also worn it since with a pair of leggings or jeans underneath.
For Lily I chose the Pink & Grey Culottes Set
Lily actually prefers to wear the jumper with jeans and the culottes with t-shirts but both are lovely and the culottes particularly get worn all the time as they are so soft.
Whilst Mayoral’s main objective is to “create high quality garments at the best possible price”, (which I think they achieve) the brand also commits itself to multiple principles for local communities and the globe.
The company has also adopted multiple eco-friendly policies which aim to drive sustainability and lower pollution produced by the brand. For example, by 2025, Mayoral aims to have 50% of its collections containing eco-friendly fabrics. So far, 20% of the company’s collections include sustainable fabrics like organic cotton and recycled fibres. Not only that, but Mayoral also takes sustainable action. For example, the company has reduced plastic waste by using recycled plastics, sustainable packaging and optimising internal resources through using assets, such as solar panels and LED lighting.
Do take a look at Mayoral Clothing on ChildrenSalon.com