SIX is a new modern maternity British underwear brand launching this month. Founder Kate has had many years experience in the fashion industry and like many of us found there was a HUGE gap in the market when it comes to good maternity underwear, so SIX was born.
There are no labels in the garments, all care instructions are printed directly on to the fabric for comfort. Everything is made in Portugal, All fabrics are Premium quality Italian Jersey and the Laces are all French Leavers Lace.
The range is minimal and clean in design, and prices range from £27-£72 reasonable for something you wear every day pre and post pregnancy. I’ve always liked underwear, and the only other maternity I have liked is Storq which isn’t available in the UK. Looking forward to buying something from this new brand when it’s released.
Baggu create a vast variety of sustainable, bright, and colorful bags. They carry extremely durable rip stop nylon bags (hopefully we’ve all ditched the plastic bags) in several sizes in nearly every color under the sun, and might feature anything from a seahorse to a tee pee pattern. Our new favorite is the Duck Bag in Neon made from recycled canvas. The adjustable strap and pocket’s make it the perfect ‘mum bag’. The Leather Baggu is another great item that works as the perfect transitional piece that can be thrown under the buggy or taken out at night.
Baggu are sold online and have shops in Brooklyn + San Francisco. Highly recommend taking a peak at their wonderfully styled images on tumbler or instagram!
Broken Tricycle was launched in 2010 by Patricia Murphy. The company is based in Australia and prides itself on the organic cottons they use for their clothes, provided by their farmers. The essentials are modern, with cute illustrations, for ages 0-2years. The brand isn’t stocked in the U.K, but you can buy online.