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Mamas and Papas has its own Peaky Blinders baby range and it’s SERIOUSLY cute

Section: Kids' Fashion
Peaky blinders

By order of the Peaky Blinders, your baby should be seen in nothing less than a tweed three-piece suit and flat cap. But if you thought it might be tricky to kit your newborn out in Victorian era gear, think again, as Mamas and Papas have brought out a range which looks like it’s come straight from 1919 Birmingham.

We’ve handpicked our favourite pieces here:

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Tweed Mock Wasitcoat all-in-one, £25, Mamas and Papas 

How Tommy Shelby is this little all in one? Featuring a tweed waistcoat, in-build bow tie and a button opening for easy changing, this 100% cotton suit is super cute. Available in sizes from newborn to 9-12 months.
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Tweed Flat Cap, £12, Mamas and Papas 

Because the Peaky Blinders wouldn’t have their name without their hats, add this cute little tweed flat cap to your tot’s collection. The description reads ‘this tweed flat cap adds the finishing touch to his special outfit’ and is available in sizes from 0-3 months to 3-4 years. The hat is also available in navy blue. 
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Tweed Trousers, £19.00, Mamas and Papas 

Continuing the tweed theme, add a touch of retro glamour to your baby’s wardrobe with these little trousers. Available in sizes from 0-3 months to 3-4 years. 
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Brown Lace Up Shoes, £19, Mamas and Papas 

Of course, no outfit is complete without the shoes. These little shoes might not be practical but are a great accessory to complete any outfit. Available in sizes from 0-3 months to 12-18 months. 
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Mock Braces Romper, £25.00, Mamas and Papas 

 If brown tweed isn’t your thing, check out this adorable little romper, with mock braces and a bow tie to complete the look. Available in sizes from newborn to 9-12 months

Be right back, we’re just ordering the entire range! 

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