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A Toast(ie) to Celestial Adventures

Embark on a galactic journey with function, fashion and comfort

Set against a backdrop of lush rolling hills, the wild waves of the ocean, and the infinite borders of the night sky, Toastie’s AW20 collection is all about stepping aboard one of the greatest quests of this season.

Taking inspiration from the vast fields of a starry night, the “Evening Star” collection brings with it a soft and magical touch. With the introduction of their Luxe Collection along with the Core Collection, sustainability and eco-friendly measures are at the heart of every design.

This season's colour palette has muted traces of the moon and the stars - both timeless and contemporary –
ocean navy and skylight blue
black cherry and blush pink
copper and clay
bay khaki and pistachio
pebble marl and charcoal
soft ochre, persimmon, maple, antique olive, and fisherman yellow.

Adorned with playful striking prints of moonlit forests and the classic evening star, majority of the garments are made using recycled plastic bottles. The Cloud Puffers, Reversible Sherpa Fleece Gilets and puddlesuits are made with responsibly sourced down fill while the sweats are made with recycled fleece. The construction of raglan and drop shoulder sleeves allow for maximum movement for all the escapades the mind can think of.

Toastie has paid special attention to various children’s needs. The ‘Piko’ pig patch brings the clothes closer to the brand. With a name tag included in the apparel, and reflector details on every piece, Toastie has ensured the safety of both the clothes and the kids. Finally, thanks to their products being machine washable, the parents can now let their little ones explore the righteous outdoors like they were meant to be explored – by running wild and free!




Toastie Raincoat
Outerwear for the Tiny Explorer® - Technically designed to keep children with curious minds cosy and warm so they can free their adventurous spirit without being weighed down by uncomfortable, bulky outerwear.
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