Win! One Of Five £50 Petit Bateau Vouchers!

Some things in life are underrated. Like Vanessa from The Saturdays (she is clearly the most beautiful member of the group) and eating a basic cheese sandwich (sometimes it’s just the best). When it comes to children’s fashion, a brand that is sometimes overlooked is Petit Bateau.

Petit Bateau kidswear

Beautifully made, great quality and classic designs, you’d be hard pushed to not find something you love for your kiddos. My 3yo has a nautical striped dress and it washes so well and doesn’t need ironing (lazy-mum-win).

If you’re looking for some inspiration, here are my picks for boys and girls. Just LOOK at the yellow raincoat. It’s for boys but really, a girl would look awesome in it too. And those red sandals for girls? Gorgeous. Actually, do they come in my size?

Gorgeous outfits for kids from Petit Bateau

Fab outfits for girls from Petit Bateau
Petit Bateau have given me five (YES FIVE) £50 vouchers to give away. That’s £250 worth of vouchers up for grabs. *Plays fanfare* For your chance to win one of these vouchers, comment on this blog post, telling me what your favourite kind of boat is, and why, and then fill in the Rafflecopter widget below. For extra entries, follow @alisonperryblog on Twitter and tweet about the giveaway. Full T&Cs are below and PSST by entering, you are agreeing to share your details with Petit Bateau. To enter and opt out of this, email me.

Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Terms and conditions:
1. Entry is open to UK residents aged 18 and over, excluding anyone professionally associated with Not Another Mummy Blog or the Promoter.
2. Five winners will receive a £50 voucher to spend at Petit Bateau. The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative.
3. The prize draw starts at 12.01am GMT on 6th May 2014 and closes at 11.59pm BST on 16th June 2014.
4. Entry is free and must be made by commenting on this blog post. Entrants can gain bonus entries by following @alisonperryblog on Twitter and tweeting about the giveaway, then completing the Rafflecopter widget featured in this post.
5. The name of the winner will be published on this website within 14 days of the competition closing.
6. In the unlikely event that the prize becomes unavailable the Promoter reserves the right to substitute a prize of equal value.
7. The Promoter’s decision on all matters is final and binding on all entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.
8. By taking part in this competition you agree to be bound by the competition terms and conditions.
9. The Promoter reserves the right to disqualify any entrant and / or winner in its discretion and without any notice in accordance with these terms and conditions.
10. By entering, you are agreeing to your name and email address being shared with Petit Bateau. To enter and opt out of this, email the blog owner.
11. The Promoter is: Petit Bateau, 2nd floor Radiant House, 36-38 Mortimer Street, London W1W 7RG

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Comments

  1. Lauren Gallagher says

    My favourite boat is the one Robbie Williams was Captain of in his ‘Go Gentle’ music video, wouldn’t mind being stranded with him if we were shipwrecked, Aye, Aye Captain!!

  2. Roberta Woodyatt says

    I would have to say a dingy as I have lots of fond memories of having fun with one when I was a child.

  3. Janice Papworth says

    My favourite boat is a canal narrowboat as I don’t get seasick so I can enjoy the voyage!

  4. Zoe says

    A gondola! I’d quite like one to magically appear at my office window and take me home!
    Highly unlikely given my office overlooks a carpark.

  5. Becca says

    I like rowing boats. Reminds me of that bit in Bridget Jones where Hugh Grant says “F*** me, I love Keats”.

    I would like to be on a rowing boat with Hugh Grant. But please don’t tell my husband.

  6. says

    Favourite boat? I’m going to say a coracle because I still remember them from school! A small round boat that you can carry on your back like a tortoise shell – what’s not to like?!

  7. laura banks says

    a rowing boat always reminds me of being a kid trying to row my mum and her hating it cos she couldnt swin

  8. Lady Chappers says

    My fave boat is a super-yacht moored at Cannes during the Festival; with a full, working crew (inc. chef, obv.); and paid for by someone else.

  9. Margaret says

    A showboat – of course.. Dancefloor, coffee-shop, swimming pool – its the coolest of all the boats!!

  10. Hannah Bee Griffin says

    I LOVE pirate ships. We were lucky enough to sale on one on holiday and it was amazing, we were even roped in as deck hands which was super fun

  11. Tanya Camilleri says

    The only boats I’ve ever had are for the bath haha. i’d love to go on a rowboat

  12. says

    It would have to be a dinghy. We sailed our dinghy every year on holiday as children, exploring local coves and beaches, and having a wonderful time.
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  13. claire woods says

    I don’t like boats, so I would say a fast ferry because it’s fast and I get off quickly and back onto dry land!

  14. Laura Pritchard says

    I get sea sick so whilst I appreciate a beautiful yacht (from the shore) I’m much more of a plane girl!

  15. says

    My favourite type of boat would have to be little weenie boats you make out of paper and pop on to a stream, I get wibbly legs on all the others ;)
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  16. says

    I wouldn’t know what to do with a boat! Sooo I think I would have a sunseeker and hire a captain too haha! Fantastic giveaway, absolutely love the clothes from Petit Bateau xx

  17. Maxine says

    There is something rather sweet about the little boats that you can hire to row on your local park lake (though admittedly when I last did this, I spent about 15 minutes going round in circles until i figured out how to use the oars properly …)

  18. Lauren says

    My fave boat is a Canadian Canoe. I went on one for the first time a few years ago and loved it!

  19. Hazel Christopher says

    It has to be a pirate ship because me and my little boy are always pretending my bed is a big pirate ship and he often makes me walk the plank! :D

  20. Jane Willis says

    A Caithness Yawl because many years ago I used to go out fishing from Scrabster harbour in one

  21. says

    I’d love to go on the Disney cruise boat as I’m a massive kid at heart & would love my twins to experience the magic of Disney!

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  23. lindsey stuart says

    A speed boat would be soooo much fun!!! The speed and all the fresh air would be amazing!!! :D what a buzz

  24. Anthea Holloway says

    I like a rowing boat as you have to work hard to get anywhere (just like in life!) and you can sit facing the passengers!

  25. savo888 says

    I like pedalo boats, like the ones in Hyde Park in the summer as it’s far easier to steer and control than the rowing ones.

  26. Natalie fairhurst says

    an open Canadian canoe – my dad had one when i was a kid and i remember going out fishing with him in it,

  27. Catherine Ball says

    My favourite is a pedalo – simple to operate, no scary engines and loads of fun for the kids especially those ones with the slide on the back – and you get a bit of a workout while you’re enjoying floating about in the sunshine!

  28. Kay Broomfield says

    I’m being creative here but a gravy boat as my big pregnancy craving has been cheesy mash and gravy! 9 days to go!

    • Jennifer Casey says

      Oops, forgot to mention my favourite boat! Would definitely trump for a good ol’ fashioned pedalo.

  29. Lisa Everaert says

    A Catamaran, Ive had the pleasure of being part of a crew before and would love to relive the experience again.

  30. Barbara Handley says

    Narrow boats. They are full of character and I love those with the traditionally decorated metalware. They glide along with all the time in the world attitude.

  31. Caroline H says

    Definitely a Sunseeker yacht because they’re just so luxurious – but a rowing boat is more my level!

  32. Hilda Hazel Wright says

    Little rubber dingy for me! Reminds me of many happy hours rowing around in the sea at Anglesey when I was growing up! Good fun!

  33. pauline black says

    for my 30th birthday my husband took me to Egypt. We sailed down the nile in a felucca. It was truly magical. That’s my kind of boat!

  34. Patricia Avery says

    My favourite boat is the ferry that carries us, our car and caravan across the English Channel every year on our way to Benodet in southeren Brittany. Our little bit of paradise on earth :)

  35. pippa saunders says

    A glass bottom one so me and the munchkin can look at the world under the sea and search for mermaids

  36. Lisa Wilkinson says

    A car-carrier as my dad worked on one when I was growing up and we used to go visit him when he was in local docks.

  37. Jessica Low says

    A canal boat – slow, gentle, and minimal risk of sinking without being able to swim (or leap) to dry land.

  38. Teresa Lee says

    ResidenSea “The World” – seen it on a documentary a few years ago and it looks truly amazing, also nicknamed “The Floating City” and when you see the size of it you’ll understand why….If I had a few million to spare I’d love a room on board.

  39. Selina Jefferies says

    A barge – coming from Birmingham, I’ve done my fair shair of barge trips on the canals (how glam ha)

  40. Samantha Freeman says

    Ferries, as they remind me of family trips to france and also of wonderful times when we used to live on a little island & had to go on the ferry to do our shopping

  41. Jennifer Rhymer says

    My favourite boat is a luxury yacht as there are some beautiful ones to look at – I love looking at the names of the boats in the harbours – one of my favourites is ‘Just add water’ :)

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