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Lucky Duck and Friends Review

I’ve been fortunate lately to have found so many great sources of unique and stylish children’s clothing. While I shop the big stores for basic pieces, I like to supplement my two son’s wardrobes with quality pieces that showcase their personality and aren’t so “cookie cutter” in their design. A great new source I’ve been introduced to is Lucky Duck and Friends – makers of one of a kind baby and kid’s apparel.

Lucky Duck and Friends products showcase the original artwork of owner Pippa Scott. Pippa uses a variety of colors in her artwork to capture a sense of joy and excitement. She showcases her art on t-shirts, bibs, onesies for babies and toddlers/youths. Her clothing items are creative and unique and besides adding style to your own child’s wardrobe, they would also make great baby shower/new baby gifts. Pippa also offers one-of-a-kind greeting cards, presentation boxes and fine art prints at her online shop. Images on her items include ducks, dinosaurs, lion cubs, puppies and more.

I received a T-Rex youth t-shirt for my oldest son for review. The shirt has an original image that is based on one of Pippa’s unique paintings, digitally printed on a soft, comfortable 100% pre-shrunk cotton youth t-Shirt. It is double-needle stitched for durability – a great quality for any child’s shirt! The shirt is stylish and different from the off-the-rack plain dinosaur prints that are standard with most boys clothing. I like that it’s a unique piece that looks good and makes my son happy (he’s quite the dinosaur fan!). The T-Rex youth t-shirt retails for $18.50.

You can see the full line of Pippa’s art and clothing on her website. 

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

Gina

Gina is a working mom of two young boys, living in Westchester NY. She enjoys taking pictures, blogging and spending time with her boys in her spare time.

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