A business in Wrexham is challenging gender stereotypes usually seen in children’s clothing.

The recent launch of Draig Dda has brought a new range of clothing for young girls and boys, while incorporating the Welsh language into the designs.

Jenny Opuzi, 39, from Holywell and Julie Hibberd, 39, from Wrexham, established the business after having children of their own.

Ms Opuzi said: “We’re both on maternity leave. This is my first baby and it’s Julie’s second.

“Julie’s little girl is into both tractors and pink and sparkles.

“My concerns were about the messages that kids get as they are growing up.

“Why can’t you go and buy tractors for girls and unicorns for boys?

“We thought this idea could benefit our kids as they grow up and incorporate sensible use of the Welsh language because there isn’t much clothing that does that.

“This provides positive messages for girls and softer messages for boys.

“We have a shop online but hopefully this won’t become the majority, as we already have meetings with local shops.

“Ultimately, we want to stock our clothes in shops in Wales.

“We had the debate about whether we wanted to be gender fluid or not but we’re not experts on it.

“We just want children to enjoy wearing the clothes and not think about what gender they’re meant to be.”

Draig Dda’s clothing can be viewed by visiting draigdda.com