ERICA DAVIES / THE EDITED

Erica Davies is the gorgeous mama, fashion blogger, interiors junkie and all round superwoman behind my favourite blog The Edited. Here she shares her favourite picks from our Mamahood Marketplace:

WONDER AND RAH

Natalie Cardew’s beautiful prints are designed to be for the children in our lives - but I love them displayed amongst other, more grown-up pieces of artwork. The graphic imagery and cool designs will suit every space - from the minimal Scandi to a more formal, framed style in a period house. 

 

ESSIES BITS AND BOWS

My daughter Lila owns approximately 750 of Essie’s bits and bows, all beautifully hand made from Liberty prints and natural fabrics. That may be a slight exaggeration, but they are my go-to brand for hair accessories. My personal favourite is the leopard style, because, you know, LEOPARD. But they’re beautifully made and really stay put - no mean feat when it comes to kids hair.

 

 

KAY BARKER ILLUSTRATIONS

Just THE COOLEST. Kay’s line drawing style of greetings cards and prints has a cult following, for good reason. I love the simplicity of her designs - and the witty, hipster-centric captions are brilliant. 

THE JELLY RABBIT

A one-stop party shop that sells the best brands around? Where do I sign up?! Mum of two Sarah has the best taste and will help you find the perfect party theme, whatever your budget. I also love the beautifully wrapped parcels your goodies arrive in as well - attention to detail, on point!

RIGBY & MAC
When I lived in South London, the three Rigby & Mac stores were my go-to places for cards, gifts and a bit of a mooch. With amazing buyers and a great range of brands, it’s brilliant to see it online now. And quite frankly who doesn’t need a giant ceramic cactus in their life? (I have one).

 

Such good choices! All the companies and their products in Erica's edit can be found in the Marketplace - and all with exclusive discount codes! Happy shopping!

You can find Erica and her daily fashion, interiors and life musings over on Instagram

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