Funk-da-funk shirts for boys by Aunty Ollie

September 25, 2009 by Natalie in Clothing with 2 Comments

Little Man Shirt LS Blue Planes

Little Man Shirt LS Cream Lizards

I don’t use the word funky so much anymore as I kept seeing it attached to things that really weren’t that funky, but these shirts by UAE based company Aunty Ollie are funky! My grandad used to wear shirts like these in the early 80s with his coiffed fro!

Aunty Ollie design and make limited editions of children’s clothing in supercool retro prints. I was highly tempted to feature the dresses but boys are undernourished in the affordable style stakes. Wonderfully boyish, the prints are enchanting with fish, motorbikes, emergency vehicles, dinosaurs, snakes, ships, aeroplanes, and lizards but to name a few. Sizes start from birth right up to 10 years and are $39 each. Delivery is just $7 for up to 3 items.


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  1. MikaelaSeptember 26, 2009 at 9:10 pmReply

    I have Aunty Ollie shirts for my boys, and they ROCK. Seriously funky shirts, and beautifully made!

    • NatalieSeptember 27, 2009 at 7:20 pmReplyAuthor

      I wish I had a boy so that he could wear them with an equally funky cap and some braces :-) I shall have to get some of their fabulous dresses instead. Good to hear that your boys are looking sharp!

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