The first thing I noticed about the JuJuni dungarees was the high quality of the fabric, it felt thick and durable which is just what you need with a crawling toddler as my daughter is wearing out the knees in many of her other bottoms already. 

JuJuni Dungarees

JuJuni Dungarees

It was the perfect time of year to receive it as they are thick enough to be worn with a long-sleeved shirt and cardigan to keep my little girl warm during the colder days.

I particularly liked how the dungarees can be dressed up or down. Teamed with a casual t-shirt- they were fine to send her off to day care, however I paired it with one of her more decorative tops, her best shoes and one of her better cover-ups and she looked the part when we went out for a nice meal.

Instead of poppers along the inside leg, there is a zip, meaning you don’t have the fuss of wrestling with a little person while you join very popper together- just one swift motion and you are done. Plus, not many clothes for her age group (18-24) still come with openings around the inside leg, despite many children still wearing nappies at this age, so this was a blessing as we could change her quickly without having to take her entire outfit off.

I am a little biased because I have dressed my daughter in dungarees, since she was out of sleepsuits. In my opinion, little ones are more suited to single pieces. If you put them in a top and pants, or a dress, the material just rides up. In dungarees you know they are going to stay in place so you’re not constantly readjusting your little one’s garments when you pick them up and put them down.

The dungarees are also a good length- they can be turned up at the bottom if your little one is not yet tall enough for the length of leg and roll them down as your baby grows.

I have to confess that I don’t normally spend this much on a single item of clothing for my daughter (£38), however having tried the product, I think it is worth every penny. The turn ups and adjustable shoulder straps mean that the dungarees can grow with your baby so they have the longevity that other, cheaper alternatives lack.

The dungarees I chose were a salmon pink colour, which is ideal for coupling with many pieces my daughter already had in her wardrobe. I would say the only drawback to this brand is their lack of colours for girls. There are plenty that would be suitable for boys like navy blue, green and red, however only the one in pink. I was so impressed by these, I was hoping to get another pair, however in my opinion the other options were colours one would associate more with little boys. Perhaps a light blue or a darker pink would be a welcome addition to the collection?

Other than that, I could not find fault with the dungarees, they are hardwearing, simple and practical, so they tick all the boxes for mums.

Thank you to JuJuni for giving me the opportunity to review the product.