Finding Alice is designed for Wildflowers
Remember when you were a child and thought you could be anyone and do anything you wanted in the whole wide world? That was an amazing feeling. Like being a super hero!
You could dream as high as the stars, touch the rainbows and explore your great big universe with wonder.
Nothing could hold you back. Fun and adventure were all that mattered. That's what Finding Alice is all about.
If you are reading this and grinning while your heart aches for those glorious days - you are an original Wildflower. And if you like what you see here in my sunny corner of the internet, you're probably raising your very own Wildflower.
Why Finding Alice?
Let me explain...
I'm Bonnie, handmaiden from Charters Towers and mum of five. I believe that children should have freedom to explore who they are and how they see the world. Play is integral to that discovery and children shouldn't be restricted by their clothes - or what they are expected to wear.
Like the legendary story, Alice in Wonderland, Alice believes in the impossible. She is a free thinker and is strong in in the face of doubt. She believes in herself and in finding her own way. She stamps her own personality on all she does. Adventure is her greatest teacher.
We should all find our inner Alice and encourage our daughters, sisters and friends to always be true to who they are. Weaknesses, strengths, mismatched shoes and all.
Finding Alice is vintage inspired, handmade clothing for adventurous little girls
Clothes are about self expression, so I set out to make quality, durable clothes that are designed to inspire and embrace those adventures that children naturally seek out. A little bit retro, a whole lot of sweet, I make clothes for girls who want to wear things in their own way.
Each piece can be mixed and matched. Wherever possible my clothes are adjustable so your child can get maximum wear. My clothes give your child freedom to move and be active. Finding Alice is durable enough to handle adventurous play and versatile enough to wear with verve. This is heirloom clothing that will definitely be loved by generations of Wildflowers to come.
Love her but leave her wild - Atticus