First off if you haven’t heard of With Love by Ash, you need to run over there and check them out. I’m excited to have these guys as my first Small Shop Sunday post for 2018!!
I first fell in love with them at a market when I saw their maxaloons. I had seen them on Instagram before but thought they were an odd item for a kids wardrobe. O boy was I ever wrong.
Here is a photo of Rhylin wearing them at 4 months old (note that this was my early photography days and I thought this picture was dynamite LMAO)
Rhylin wearing these same maxaloons almost one whole year later!
A maxaloon is designed to grow with your child. At the time my oldest also was able to wear these. I could pack one lair of spare pants for whatever the day threw at us and have both kids covered with one item… it was great because Rhylin always had multiple spare clothes on him with all his pukey business and Wyatt wasn’t quite being potty trained yet, so it was nice to pack them along .
I find lots of photos we see on Instagram never do a product full justice. I’m a fabric touching person, With Love by Ash uses the softest cotton material. It washes like a dream. I love hand sewn items that last through multiple washes and drys, they get extra points because not one piece has had loose strings from going thru my washer and dryer.
They just launched a salt n pepper basics line. These items are beyond perfect to match with any of their previous fabric colorways. They also made something for us mamas in their too.
They just launched a salt n pepper basics line. These items are beyond perfect to match with any of their previous fabric colorways.
The design of this line looks adorable on girls and boys.
They also made something for us mamas in their too.
If you are looking for a neutral staple in you kiddos closet, I would highly recommend this mama duo of With Love By Ash who are local to the Fraser Valley.
Beautiful location of Minter Gardens worked as the perfect backdrop for this our shoot