Kids tshirts review

We go through a huge amount of kids clothes in this house, especially tops. Gemma and Jacob both grow so fast, and Jacob especially is very hard on his clothes, meaning tshirts are often thrown out because they are ripped, stained or just plain worn out. So when Kids tshirts got in touch offering us a couple of tshirts, we were more than happy to help!

Kids tshirts was started back in 2012 to fill a gap in the market – an online retailer selling kids tshirts that little people love to wear but that still wash beautifully every time. With a very messy 6 year old, this really appealed to me! We chose the Police costume tshirt and the Princess costume tshirt – Jacob wants to be a policeman when he grows up so this appealed to him.

Kids tshirts review

The kids were keen to try the tshirts out as soon as they arrived – and they got the thumbs up! The princess tshirt is beautiful, I really love the colours and the sizing is spot on. The police tshirt is great too – my only worry is the fact that the police tabard is one of those plastic transfer types, and I often find they crack and split after a few washes. This hasn’t happened with this one yet, so we shall wait and see. I have to say that I much prefer the style of the princess tshirt, I am just not a fan of the plasticky feel.

Both tshirts have been through the wash several times now and so far, so good. They wash well, retain the soft feel and keep their shape. 

Gemma really adores her tshirt. I think it has been worn more than any other top I have bought her, and as she is a very fussy little diva that can only mean that this tshirt is a winner!

Kids tshirts review



  1. August 4, 2014 / 1:39 pm

    Aww! They are really cute! My youngest would especially love the princess one!

  2. August 4, 2014 / 1:41 pm

    How cute do they look! Love the police tabard! x

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