Gift ideas for new parents 2020

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Flatlay of baby gifts and products

Choosing a gift for new parents can be tough, particularly if you’re not a parent yourself. Straightforward options such as onesies, nappies, soft toys or a Sophie Le Giraffe (the teething toy de jour) will always be a hit, but if you want to step it up a notch, here are some of the most trending gifts for 2020, to suit all budgets.

Gift ideas for the baby

  • A personalised name blanket: Namely Co take baby blankets to a whole new level. They are made to order (allow 4-6 weeks), simply choose the colour of your choice and add the new bubs’ name. Available in a cotton weave or luxe cashmere.
  • Baby shoes: Even though shoes are mostly for show/weddings/photo shoots for the first few months, a babes first pair of shoes is a really sweet sentiment. Our most popular styles are our High Top baby boots or our Slides – both styles come in a range of colours and unisex options. If you’re buying for a newborn, we suggest choosing size 6-12 months, so they can grow into the shoes and be worn as they start to move around a little more.
  •  A hairbrush: Rock & Ruddle hairbrushes are both practical and will remain a keepsake for years to follow. They are made of super soft boar bristles, come in a range of classic patterns and are available in two different sizes.
  • A personalised toy box: We love these Australian made Jack & Jill boxes. They are handmade in Victoria and come in a range of colours and sizes. You can add the child’s name or any letters of your choice to toy boxes or keepsake boxes.
  • Swaddles: These large cloths (often made of muslin) have so many uses: wrapping your baby, wiping up spew, for privacy when breastfeeding, shading prams and more. They are really handy and you can’t have too many. Aden & Anais have a beautiful range and most new parents will appreciate how lovely they are.
  • A classic money box: Our picks are Georg Jensen or a classic Tiffany & Co silver moneybox. They’ll look beautiful in any child’s room and you can also add your own message with custom engraving.

 Gift ideas for parents

  • A massage or beauty voucher: You’ll hit all the right notes with something special to pamper the new mum. Not only will this gift deliver a pick-me-up and some relaxation, it also gives the gift of time away from home and a break from the baby.
  • Wine, cheese & chocolate: A memorable moment after having my daughter, was when my good friend arrived with Vueve, an assortment of cheeses, quince paste, crackers and chocolate dipped strawberries. My hospital room looked like the David Jones food hall. We devoured the lot one night after leaving hospital and it was bliss. Even sweeter was tasting food and not wanting to hurl after nine months of the voms (that’s another story).
  • A homemade meal: We arrived home to a freezer full of lasagne, chilli con carne and frozen garlic bread. We more than happily ate the same thing on rotation for two weeks and it made our lives as new parents so much easier. A food subscription such as Hello Fresh or Marley Spoon can be a great way to help with easing the dinner pressures.
  • A stocked fridge or a cleaner: Filling up a fridge takes a huge weight off in those first few days. Or organise for a cleaner to come as a once-off before the new family arrives home, or regularly for a couple of weeks.

If the new baby has a sibling, a present for the big brother or sister (depending on their age) can make them feel more involved – books, dolls or toys will no doubt be a hit.

Gifts to avoid

  • Flowers in hospital: ONE bunch is lovely, and really appreciated, but when it turns into more than a couple and you have no way of keeping them alive or space to put them, it’s a bit stressful. Plus you have to transport them home, in your car, with a newborn, in what is most likely the most stressful car trip of your life. Then you have to live with dead flowers and pollen all over the floor for six weeks because you are too tired to throw them out.
  • Large toys: Again, transporting them home can be a pain and they aren’t always practical in the newborn days. Save these gifts for first birthdays.
  • Newborn size clothing: It’s likely the new addition has a million tiny sized onesies and outfits already. Buying clothes in a size or two up is a great idea – it will be so handy for the parents as their child rapidly grows out of their clothes.

Let us know about your favourite (or not so favourite!) gifts that you’ve received!

Why soft soles are best for growing feet

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Soft sole baby shoes

We’ve long been told that soft sole shoes are the best choice for babies, and it’s recommended that you keep your child in flexible soled shoes from birth until they are confidently walking. Here are some reasons why, plus tips to help you transition your child from soft sole to hard sole shoes.

Support for growing feet

A human baby is born with about 15% percent body fat – which makes our species one of the chunkiest at birth! While incredibly cute, baby fat is key for keeping your bub warm and providing an extra layer of protection to their bodies. And this includes your babies feet. Baby feet are an adorable mix of developing cartilage and fat, and they are often very flat with little arch support.

According to the Australian Podiatrist Association, allowing children to go barefoot or only wearing very soft shoes helps the foot to develop correctly as it grows, looses its baby weight and develops important muscles. Babies also have a natural reflex to curl their toes and arch their feet – lightweight shoes tend to allow feet to move freely, strengthen muscles and support natural movement.


Baby feet need protection from the cold and surfaces, particularly when they start to crawl. Socks are ideal for around the house, but shoes are recommended when your child is outside, particularly when the weather is cooler or they are crawling in public areas or outside. Leather shoes, over synthetic materials, allow your child’s feet to breathe and stay cool in warmer months, while still protecting them from the sun.

Learning to walk

Before they can take their first steps, your baby needs to develop adequate strength and muscle tone in their legs to carry their body weight. As they learn how to walk, podiatrists recommend keeping your child in soft soles shoes. Heavy or rigid shoes with thick soles can make it more difficult for your child when they are learning to walk. Soft sole, flexible shoes allow your child to feel the ground as they go, which can help them grip and improve their balance and coordination, enabling them to walk more confidently.

Transitioning out of sole sole shoes

Until your child is confidently walking, it’s best to keep them in soft soles. Our range of soft sole baby shoes has been designed with a wider toe-box and extra room around the top of the foot. Plus they come in a range of styles that are easy to put on, but stay put on wriggly feet.

A more rigid sole can be introduced when your child has been confidently walking for at least a few months. We’ve introduced a flexible rubber sole to our size 18-24 month shoes, to help transition your child from soft soles into fitted shoes. These rubber soles simply provide an extra layer on soft sole shoes, to make them more sturdy and long wearing as your child starts to walk some serious steps.

Once they are confident on their feet, we recommend you have your child measured and fitted for shoes to ensure the right fit. Look for shoes with appropriate arch-support. We love the Bobux range and the specialist fitting service at Shoes & Sox.

No matter what age your child is, it’s important to leave room to grow. Check out our sizing guide with some tips to help you choose the right size or learn about how to care for your child’s shoes.

Josie Joans hair clips – now available at Little Jones

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Josie Joans hair clip range at Little J

Introducing Josie Joans hair clips…the newest addition to the Little Jones range!

Handmade in Victoria Australia, these gorgeous Josie Joans hair clips are available in a range of iconic Liberty London and Rifle Paper Co. prints. And they are now available at Little Jones.

Why do we love them?

These sweet little hair clips are printed on an ultra-fine cotton canvas and are free of chemicals and allergens. They are hand crafted individually and finished with delicate scalloped edges and a felt backing. With amazing grip (the backs are covered in felt), they are ideal for taming even the craziest of tiny manes.

Behind the Josie Joans brand

Designed by owner Rachel in her hometown of Melbourne, the Josie Joans range was bought to life in 2016. Inspired by her two children and named after her mother and grandmother, Josie Joans are now stocked Australia wide. Visit the Josie Joans website to learn more about this beautiful brand.

Available now at Little Jones…

We have over 16 styles available online at Little Jones, priced at just $7.50 for a set of two hair clips (the lowest price around!).

Our favourite? Audrey – think parades of retro-infused blooms and bright yellow feature flowers. The print used on Audrey was designed by Liberty London all the way back in 1910… (how often can you wear some history in your hair?). Another favourite is Layla, a pretty spring green with pops of white and pink.

Don’t forget to let us know your favourite prints by leaving us a comment below!

Shop the full Josie Joans range now. 

Looking for more accessories? Along with our range of genuine suede and leather baby shoes, we’ve got handmade leather bows and a huge range of socks, exclusive to Little Jones.

Josie Joans Lulu Hair Clips
Josie Joans Leia Hair Clips
Josie Joans Marissa Hair Clips
Josie Joans Layla hair clip set from Little Jones
Josie Joans Alix hair clips
Josie Joans Veronica Hair Clips

Broken Tricycle Summer 2017 photoshoot

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Little Jones grey leather baby shoes Broken Tricycle shoot

Broken Tricycle Summer 2017 launch

The gorgeous Broken Tricycle children’s clothing line is made and owned by Sydney designer Trisha Murphy. It’s renowned for it’s modern designs and signature prints, all made from GOTS certified organic cotton.

We recently had the very exciting opportunity to collaborate with this beautiful brand in the launch of their Summer 2017 look book.

The shoot was photographed by children’s photographer Camille Nutall and styled by Sheridan Davey, with toys by Happy Go Ducky. To complete the looks, some of our newest styles were featured in the shoot.

The mix of soft grey and pastels, offset by the raw wood created the perfect setting to showcase this gorgeous collection – our pick is the Goose Print dress.

Here are some of our favourite shots, but to see the full collection visit Broken Tricycle.

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Broken Tricycle Little Jones leather baby shoes photo shoot
Little Jones peach and gold grey leather baby sandals Broken Tricycle shoot
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Introducing our new polka dot knee socks.

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Little Jones Polkadot baby toddler knee socks

In continuing with our Polka dot theme (and obsession!), we are excited to announce the launch of our newest accessories in our sock and tight range, our Big Dot and Small Dot knee socks.

Made of a premium cotton blend, they are available in size 1-5 years. Available in two classic combinations: navy and white and black and white. Perfect for the lead up to summer and even better paired with sandals. What was once a fashion faux pas, this fashion phenomenon is not only comfortable, it’s practical – pairing summer shoes with winter fashion.

Anyhoo, check out our full range of socks and tights or new range of sandals, online now.

Little Jones Big Dot Navy baby toddler knee socks

How to look after leather baby shoes

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Little Jones leather baby shoes - Dash

Some shoe care basics

Here are some simple shoe care tips to help prolong the life of your child’s shoes. Follow them, and you may find they still look good as new when one is finally chucked out of the pram or left at the playground.

First things first. 

Crawling is the number one killer of small shoes. Particularly if your child likes to commute on concrete or rough surfaces. It’s often hard to avoid, but when your child is really finding their feet (lol) with crawling, opt for synthetic soft sole baby shoes or socks instead.

Generally, waterproofing sprays are only recommended when your child is no longer tempted to put their feet/shoes in their mouth. When appropriate, a light spray every few weeks will really help to keep your child’s shoes in good condition.

Caring for leather shoes.

Leather uppers are more durable and can be cleaned easier than suede. Clean or target any stains using baby wipes. Our leather is treated, so it is somewhat waterproof. Splashes and puddle jumping is OK, but don’t let your child swim or bathe in their shoes (we are sure it happens!).

Caring for suede/nubuck shoes.

Suede and nubuck shoes are a little more sensitive than their leather friends. Waterproofing spray will help prolong their life, and when required, spot clean with a suede block brush. Keep suede out of contact with water/drool as much as possible.

Caring for metallics

We love bling! Our range of metallic leathers are created using a hot press, which bonds foil to the leather. Over time the finish may dull slightly, but metallics are very forgiving, these imperfections often blend well with the rest of the shoe. Waterproofing sprays can add a little more protection to metallic surfaces, but take care with rough surfaces to prolong their life.

Hopefully these tips will help ensure your baby shoes make it into the future-sibling pile!


The cutest kids products to satisfy your sweet tooth

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For sugar addicts: flatlay of kids products to satisfy your sweet toothSugar addicts unite and donut resist…!

There are so many adorable kids products to satisfy your sweet tooth! Here are some delicious picks from some of our favourite Australian boutiques. From top left clockwise:

  1. Sack Me Krispy Dreme Pink cushion
  2. Little Jones Pink High Tops
  3. Le Toy Van I’m Toy Ice Cream Tray
  4. Make Me Iconic – Sequin Treat Purse
  5. Little Jones Mint Gelato knee socks
  6. Lexy Plexy The Collette wooden biscuit teether
  7. Sack Me Silver Candy cushion
  8. Le Toy Van Wooden Biscuit set
  9. Sack Me Triple Sundae quilt cover
  10. Herschel Pop Quiz lunch box
  11. Toucan Ice Cream print

Bubble O’Bills, Drumsticks and Gaytimes, anyone?

My Little Man + Little Jones sweetest kids products leather baby shoes

Our favourite boutique just for boys – My Little Man –  has just launched it’s Spring/Summer 2017 range full of beautiful prints, classic cuts and all handmade from organic cotton.

Our pick is this adorable organic cotton romper featuring Bubble O’Bills, Drumsticks, Paddle Pops and Golden Gaytimes along with our Charlie Slides in Skywalker.

Handmade in Australia and online now from My Little Man.

Polka dot picks – our favourite kids products

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Popular polka dot styles from Rylee & Cru, Modern Burlap, Little Jones, OyOy, Le Train Fontaine, Frankie Ray and Pretty Brave

Of all the prints, polka dots are by far a clear favourite. They are the perfect basic and work with most looks and colour schemes.

Wonder where they came from?

Here you go! They shot to fame in the mid-1920’s, thanks to Minnie Mouse – Walt Disney dressed her in her trademark spotted red dress, which propelled polka dots into mainstream popularity. Since then, fashion designers have incorporated them into their ranges throughout the decades – notably Dior in the 1930s right up to today (check out these Polka Dot nail kits). Dots and spots never seem to go out of fashion.

Our polka dot picks:

Here’s a round up of our favourite children’s polka dot clothing and accessories. Pictured (clockwise from top left):

  1. OyOy Baby Carrier Clip from Leo & Bella
  2. Pretty Brave Change mat from Daisy & Hen
  3. Le Train Fantome – Ozzie Bunny from The Gathered Store
  4. Kiki + Karuma Wooden Toy Car from Leo & Bella
  5. Modern Burlap Spot Muslin from Mini Wild Child
  6. Frankie Ray Lola Spot Sunglasses from A Little Bit of Cheek
  7. Rylee and Cru Dot Bloomer from Rylee & Cru
  8. Little Jones High Tops in Ash from Little Jones

We’ve also recently launched our new Small Dot and Big Dot knee sock range – made of a premium cotton blend, sized 0-4 years and totally cute.

DIY product photography tips for small businesses

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Little Jones winter range of leather prewalker newborn baby and toddler boots


Getting beautiful content for your business, whether it’s for your online store, marketing material or social media, is not always the easiest task. Here’s some tips if you’re keen to tackle your own product photography, on the cheap.

  • The right equipment: You can use a smartphone, but if you have a DSLR (professional camera), you’ll get better quality images and be able to re-size them easily without them losing their quality. Plus high resolution images are essential if you’re planning on using your photos in printed marketing material. If you have a DSLR, practice using the manual settings (YouTube tutorials are your friend) and you’ll see a huge difference in your photos. Plus practice makes perfect. A tripod can also be a huge help, particularly when using a DSLR.
  • The right light: Natural light is key – artificial or direct light can cast shadows or make your photos too vivid and distort the colours. The ideal spot to shoot is next to a window, with full natural light. Lighting specific for product photography can be option if you struggle with light or if you’re using a product photograhy box/tent.
  • The right background: Light or white backgrounds will help to hero your product, but finding the perfect background is a case of trial and error. We use a semi-translucent white plexiglass board. It’s flexible, so it can be shaped to use both under the shoes and behind them. You could also buy a MDF board from Bunnings and paint it white, or simply use a piece of white poster board.
  • The right props: For small products, light boxes or tents or product photography stands can help and they aren’t too expensive (try Ebay).  Foamcore cards (from arts and craft shops) can also help to bounce light onto your products.
  • Styling your products: It can take a million shots to get the right angle that really showcases your products. Try shooting from above, from eye level or a distance with a zoom – you’ll soon be able to quickly, consistently and easily photograph your products with a little practice. Make sure you upload your photos to a computer and check the quality as you go. Keen to flatlay? Here are some tips on how to perfect your flatlays.
  • Editing: Once you have your shots, editing them is important. It can bring your products to life, fix any flaws or change the size or background colour to suit your needs. If you’re not so handy with Photoshop, try Pixc. Simply upload your shots and you’ll have them back within 24 hours, with the backgrounds removed and either re-sized or enhanced. Shooting with a smartphone? Make the most of editing apps to enhance, lighten, adjust the contrast or sharpen your images.

Rather leave it to the professionals? We totally understand! Beck, of Always and Forever Styling is our go-to for styled shots. She offers very reasonable product photography and styling services, and a beautiful mix of product shots, flat lay and styled room shots. She even has a group/collaboration package where a number of businesses can join forces to share the cost of the shoot. You’ll walk away with 40+ shots, plus the opportunity to feature other businesses products and be featured in theirs.  Check out her VIP Facebook group to learn more.

Have any of your own product photography tips? Please share the love below!

Now available – hard soles and larger sizes!

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We are very excited to announce that we are expanding our range, offering hard soles and larger sizes across our range. Made from a super flexible rubber, our new soles are available on our winter range of boots, starting from size 18-24 months up to four years.

Perfect for babes who are already walking and have found their feet, and who need a little more protection from the ground. We still recommend our soft sole range for babies up to 18 months or who are yet to walk.

We will be slowly rolling the new rubber soles out across our entire range. Our next arrival of hardsoles will be in our best selling Dove Grey and Baby Blue Freddy lace up styles, plus our Silver Lulus. They will be arriving in-store early July 2017, but you can order them now for immediate delivery.

That time we were featured in….. Minty Magazine!

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Photo of a copy of Minty Magazine

Last year we had the honour of being featured in Minty Magazine. Known as the bible for all things children’s interiors and fashion, it’s pages are beautifully curated by interior designers and stylists, showcasing both local and international designers.

Already being big fans of the magazine, it was pretty amazing to have one of our first products in the Little Jones range, our Salted Caramel Freddies, appear in it’s pages.

Our little shoes were handpicked by stylist Mel Plambeck to feature in a shoot showcasing her daughter’s bedroom, in Minty’s Winter 2016 issue. Here’s our favourite shot – if you want to see more, here’s a link to the full issue.

Minty Magazine shoot, featuring Little Jones

How to create the perfect flatlay

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Photography and styling tips to create the perfect flatlay flat lay

The flat lay. They are all over Instagram and are the go-to for bloggers, but the art of photographing items from a birds eye view is often not the easiest skill to master. To help you perfect your flat lays, here are some expert tips from photographer and stylist Beck Rayner of Always & Forever Styling, who takes some seriously beautiful photos (many you can see throughout our site!).

Q. What’s the most important thing to consider? 

Lighting. I like light, bright and crisp and for that I just can’t go past a good window or room with natural light streaming through. While natural light isn’t always convenient, it really does create the best result.

Q. What sort of backgrounds do you use for your flat lays?

If I’m not shooting on a plain white background, I like to go for things with depth and texture such as throws, quilted blankets, fabric, or printed wrapping paper. I’ve even used a knitted scarf from Kmart that I cut up to use. The beauty of the flat lay is that there are no rules. Once you get the hang of it, you’ll start seeing things everywhere that would be great to use in your flat lays.

Q. Composition and spacing items nicely – how do you do it! 

Less is more, and the less you think it through, the better! It sounds silly, but I find that if I try and style a flat lay too much it just looks ‘staged’ (even though they are!). I find by layering products and over lapping things, it creates interest, depth and forces your followers to look at more then one of the products. Flat lay’s aren’t really about promoting one product – they are about showing a collection of products that work together and compliment each other. Sometimes your followers may not have even thought about putting that print with that garland, or those shoes with that onsie. Flat lays spark your followers and your potential buyer’s interest. And let’s be honest, they look pretty in your feed!

As for angles and spacing – I am really loving shooting flat lays from eye level as opposed to from above. But it often still does take me 30 photo’s before I capture the perfect angle, light, setup! And with spacing, I love layering things, leaving space around the image (so you can crop later) and then cropping in later, and spacing things close together.

Q. What are your 5 favourite props for flat lays?

I have so many favourite props, but there are definitely things that make a photo pop.

  • Garlands: These are my go to. Natural wood, felt ball, tassel garlands, neutral colours or colourful, fun garlands like flamingos or watermelons – they just add so much to a flat lay.
  • Wood products and plaques: There are so many talented biz owners out there with gorgeous products and a lot of them are up for collaborating for cross promotion in flat lays. The opportunities are there, you just need to connect with some like minded biz babes.
  • Textured fabrics, blankets, quilt covers, lace:  Pretty much any piece of material that gives your image depth and a point of difference.
  • Confetti, scrabble letters and the like: Any craft materials that you think would be cool and different in your flat lay. Try The Reject Shop, Spotlight, dollar shops, online or even make your own. Or some gorgeous shoes!
  • Gorgeous wall prints (in A6 size) or milestone cards or sayings: They are always great to add a little something different, some meaning or a message to your flat lay.

Q. Smartphone or DSLR (professional cameras)? 

I don’t use my phone but the same rules apply – use good natural light and brighten and sharpen the image with an app (but don’t over filter)! It makes the image look unprofessional, grainy and tacky. Less is more. As for DSLR owners, teach yourself how to use your camera in manual mode and you won’t look back. It sounds simple but it just takes trial and error and practice. Watch You tube, google it, join some online forums or if you really don’t have the time or energy to do that, just hire me haha!

Thank you so much Beck – we are huge fans of you and your photography, and you’re amazing to work with. You can find out more about Beck by visiting Always & Forever Styling or on Instagram via @alwaysandforever_styling.

Introducing… DASH!

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Meet DLittle Jones genuine leather baby shoes for pre walkersash – our newest print in our custom, monochrome range of leather baby shoes. Available on both our Lulus (mary jane) and Freddie (lace up oxford) styles, our Dash print has been locally designed in Sydney and is exclusive to Little Jones. Printed on premium quality,  lamb skin suede, they are a gorgeous unisex winter staple.

They are available from 0-24 months in both styles and feature a soft leather sole with a lightly padded inner step to protect little feet from the ground and are perfect for both pre and early walkers. This print is the second release in our series of custom artworks bought to life on our range of handmade shoes – stay tuned for our next range of prints for winter, launching in June.

Shop our new Dash Lulus and Dash Freddies now.

Meet our mini Gelato socks! Now in ankle sized.

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Little Jones range of gelato socks and tights

Introducing our Gelato ankle socks, new knee high sock colours and our confetti tights!

We are very excited to announce the launch of our Gelato ankle socks! After much demand for a variation on our classic knee socks, we’ve created ankle sized versions in Strawberry, Mint and Vanilla. Available in a two pack (either Vanilla & Strawberry or Vanilla & Mint) in size 0-2 years and 2+ years and only $12 for two pairs.

We are also releasing a new colour range of our original Gelato Knee socks. Coming in late April we will be stocking Mint (green), Baby blueberry (powder blue) and Liquorice (black). These are part of our custom range, and are original to Little Jones (beware of imitations and companies who are using our photos to sell their products!! More coming about that later). Plus, in a few weeks we will be launching our new tights and stocking range. They are called Confetti tights, and they are seriously the cutest!

All of our new socks come in gorgeous custom Little Jones gloss boxes, perfect for presents for baby showers, new mums and birthdays. We’ve just started to offer wholesale on our beautiful new range of socks – email for more information.

WIN! To launch our new range of socks and tights, we will be looking for baby girls who would like to test our new range. Follow us on instagram (@littlejonessydney) over the next few weeks to find out more.



Meet our newest Little Jones stockist, Little Resident!

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Our Little Jones leather baby shoe range is now available in Little Resident!

We are so excited to announce that a range of our Little Jones leather baby shoes are now available online at Little Resident. This gorgeous new kid’s homewares store has a curated range of scandi inspired products from brands such as Bloomingville, Suzi Ultman (we are currently coveting their Mrs Panda lunchbox!), LumiCo lighting, Aless Baylis, Glomobile and Liewood. From tableware to lunchboxes, lighting, playmats, artwork, mobiles, cushions, bags, storage and shelving, each piece has been carefully selected and sourced, with your child’s imagination and development in mind.

Based in Sydney, they’ve just launched their beautiful new online store and are stocking a select range of our soft sole leather shoes. Our entire range is now available for wholesale with retail ready packaging and full marketing support including high resolution images, plus we offer a customised design and colour service if you have something particular in mind. Contact for more information on our wholesale program.

We are so excited to be a part of the Little Resident family! Visit to see the full range.



Instagram giveaway time! WIN your pick of any pair of Little Jones shoes

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Image of 8 pairs of Little Jones leather baby shoes, with information on how to win free baby shoes.WIN FREE SHOES!

Open Feb 5th – Feb 12th 2017.

To say hello to 2017, we have Little Jones’ to give away! Four winners will win their pick of any pair (subject to size availability), plus another four runner ups will win store credit. We’ve got 20 pairs to choose from – so you could be taking home our best selling Charlie leather slides, our soft-sole Freddie lace ups or Salted Caramel elastic High Tops. Open worldwide! To enter:

  • Simply follow @littlejonessydney on Instagram
  • Like the giveaway post (image above)
  • Tag a friend who might also like to enter.
  • For an extra entry, tag extra friends or re-post the giveaway image on your feed.
  • And that’s it.

The winners will be picked randomly and announced via Instagram on Monday 12th February 2017.

The fine print: Four major prize winners will be able to choose any pair of their choice. Regular tracked postage included. Four runner-ups will receive a store credit voucher via Instagram DM.  This giveaway is in no way endorsed, affiliated or associated with Instagram. By entering, you agree that you are 18 years of age or above.


Christmas shipping deadlines!

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Image of a wooden Christmas tree, with a gift wrapped pair of Little Jones underneath

11 days til the big fat man arrives! Can’t believe how quickly Christmas has rolled around this year. If you’re stuck for present ideas for the small people in your life, our leather baby shoes are a really cute idea – we have sizes from 0-2 years and we’ve recently introduced our new Charlie Slides in four colours, with flexible rubber soles, ideal for walkers.

Just a quick reminder that our shipping deadlines are looming if you would like your order to arrive in time for Christmas. Unfortunately international orders have now closed, but for Australia:

For regular orders: Please order by Sunday 18th, 9pm.
For express orders: Please order by Tuesday 20th, 9pm.

If you live in a regional or remote area, please add an extra couple of days, or have a look at these delivery times by Australia Post (Enter ‘2031’ in the ‘From’ postcode field). We will endeavour to get all purchases out that day, or at the latest the next day after you order.

To make your Christmas checklist a little easier, we also offer Gift Wrapping and AfterPay!

We hope you have a beautiful Christmas and New Years and thank you so much for your support this year. It means the world!