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We first visited the Hundred Acre Woods two summers ago and often reminisce fondly about those precious few hours. The magic of these woods is something of a trance. Without hesitation, we found ourselves back for another romp through this storied land. Retracing the steps of Christopher Robin and his beloved Winnie-the-Pooh bring life to our treasured bedtime tales from A. A. Milne. Paying homage to the nostalgia of these woods, Mila wears a vintage find from the London-based brand, Marlon and Little Friends.
The team at Marlon and Little Friends continues to surprise and excite us with an exquisite range of French and English vintage clothing and linens (much of which is unused deadstock). A strong focus is placed on creating and sourcing heirloom pieces that link generations, a timeless essence that encapsulates the stories of Winnie-the-Pooh. Alongside vintage pretties, we swoon over hand-knit creations that are thoughtfully produced in France and finished with the knitter’s name.
A game of ‘Poohsticks‘ commences on the legendary Poohsticks bridge, deep in the Ashdown forest. This scene has been recreated time and again on the silver screen and whenever we catch a glimpse of the bridge, it is hard to suppress our delight. As we dream of another return to these woods, we’re eagerly awaiting a new Winnie-the-Pooh film and perhaps a glimpse of this fabled spot.
Return to Pooh Country Clothing Credits:
Mila's dress: Vintage by Marlon and Little Friends
Elise’s dress: Vintage
Elise’s shoes: Pom d'Api
Elise and Mila’s hair accessories: Eva’s House
View the Junior Style London contribution featuring our first adventures in Hundred Acre Wood, here.