If you haven’t already read about The Brit Pack, let me tell you more…
It’s a collaboration formed of brands that design and manufacture quality goods here in the UK, specifically within the children’s arena. The collaboration is the inspiration of Grubbies – the ‘dungaree evangelists’ – made Great in Britain!
The premise for the initiative is to help support and build recognition for brands that not only design, but also manufacture their goods in Britain. By working together, The Brit Pack aims to generate greater awareness for British made children’s brands.
The Brit Pack is currently formed of 14 brands including: Grubbies, Eggnogg, Helen Gordon, Picaloulou, Tweedies Originals, Immink, White Rabbit England, Funky Feet Fashion, Hop & Peck, Carddies, Project Jelly, Wild Things Funky Little Dresses, Michiko and Me, and Little Ponchos.
The Brit Pack are celebrating the collaboration with an egg-citing Easter Blog Hop. For 15 consecutive days in the run up to Easter, you’ll have an opportunity to WIN delightful children’s products, made with love, here in the UK.
WIN, WIN, WIN…
The tenth prize on the Easter Blog Hop is from WILD THINGS FUNKY LITTLE DRESSES who has provided an exclusive opportunity to WIN one of their super cute bunny themed outfits, worth £44 RRP.
Featuring bold graphic appliqué, children will adore these outfits. Choose between the beautiful bunny dress or delightful dungarees. The designs are made with care by a team of skilled UK makers, supporting a growing UK specialist industry, using local suppliers.
Wild Things Funky Little Dresses is a home grown brand in the truest sense. Proudly promoting British made, and designed with little ones at heart. The brand has grown rapidly and collected a celebrity following along the way, with outfits proving a hit with the likes of Lilly Allen, Charlotte Church, and Frances Cobain.
For your chance to win, simply complete the entry criteria below:
For an opportunity to WIN the next prize on #TheBritPack Easter Blog Hop, head over to MEDICATEDFOLLOWEROFFASHION on Thursday, 17 April ’14!