As an avid nature lover I fell in love with Wildlife clothing from the very first shirt I saw.
Then , I visited their website and was blown away…
Baby 5 for babies
I immediately wanted the baby 5 shirts for little ones.
I have been looking for a decent “Image of South Africa” print for bear since Heritage day and have sadly only found baby onsies (that he is too big for ) or shirts for older children (which he is too small for ).
It was great to find a site that catered for kiddies age 1-3 as well as the rest of your family.
Gifts from home
It’s also nice to know that there is a place I can go to order a special keepsake from South Africa to send to friends around the world without having to visit a tourist market and pay exuberant fees.
So many of our friends and family now live overseas and when looking for gifts we really want to send a piece of home to them.
So when our two shirts arrived I was eager to see the quality of both the shirt and the print.
Fast service meant we had our parcel within a few days of it leaving the depot.
Bear and monkey were super excited at receiving their shirts. Monkey even took his batman one off in favour of the big 5 image.
Bear loved the bright orange colour and kept touching the animals.
How many times have you bought a stunning print only to have it crack, lose its colour or start to wash out after a few washes?
The shirts are of a good quality. Thick and durable. The colours are vibrant and I was suprised that the prints stood out against all colour backgrounds.
Still there was the wash test !!!!
The wash test
Being boys, it wasn’t long before both shirts landed in the wash basket … here came my chance to test the print quality.
After three washes the shirts still look brand new. No fading, no cracks , and the colour of the shirts are still as vibrant.
Simple, stunning designs that are breathtakingly beautiful. Totally realistic and eye catching.
I believe these images capture the essence of Africa with their fine lines and striking resemblance.
The wildlife company don’t only design animal shirts. They also have a range of ethnic prints as well.
They currently have a portfolio of over 30 designs all drawn by local artist Stefan Rousouw.
For more info or to order your own pieces of Africa visit