Staying Dry in Little Lighthouse

Ah spring. One moment it is warm and sunny, and the next minute the sky is opening up and leaving you completely drenched. My children don’t seem to mind getting wet, but I just feel better when they’re warm and dry. This week, Dubz got a new rubber rain coat, just in time for the insane amount of rain we have had in the past few days.

If you follow me on Instagram, you will notice that I also have a yellow raincoat that I wear quite often. Dubz has been dying to get one like mine for ages. So he was thrilled when his new coat arrived from Lighthouse Clothing. Dubz is barely five, so is still very excited about twinning with his ‘honey best friend’ (that’s what he calls me).

The jacket is made from a rubberised fabric, which means that is is showerproof and windproof. The inside is lined in a soft, and very cute, stripey jersey fabric. And it’s machine washable which is amazing when your child happens to be fond of mud kitchens and getting dirty. If you’re not familiar with Lighthouse Clothing, they specialise in making outerwear that is waterproof and durable yet stylish. They also offer a two year guarantee on all their clothing. Dubz doesn’t care about those things. He just likes being comfortable and looking cool. And he is and he does.



We were sent this raincoat for the purpose of a review. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.



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