Mamacita... Handmade in Mexico + Giveaway

It will come as no surprise to you that I’m a lover of colour, and when it comes to kids, you can never have too much. Earlier this month I had the pleasure of meeting Arani Duggan, one of the passionate minds behind handmade label “Little Thing”; and today it’s my pleasure to introduce to you their Mamacita collection.

Handmade Mexican Girls Dresses

Little Thing is the creative project of two Aussie girls, one of whom lives in Mexico. The Mamacita collection is a range of hand crafted, ethically produced Mexican dresses for babies and toddlers. You’ll also find a couple of dresses in the range just for Mum. The concept is simple silhouettes with beautiful embroidery, and delicious colours.

Handmade Mexican Girls Dresses

I’m simply smitten with the JardÌn de Flores Range {pictured above} for it’s traditional Mexican styling. It’s the perfect dress for summer days and play dates. All items in the collection are handmade from 100% cotton and are reasonably priced from $30 – $35.

Handmade Mexican Girls Dresses

10% of the profits from the Mamacita range will be donated to En Via, a non-profit micro-finance organisation working to fight poverty in Mexico.

Congratulations to Vic M. who has won a $50 voucher from Little Thing!

CompetitionOur friends at Little Thing are giving one lucky reader the chance to win a $50 voucher to spend at their store! To enter, visit Little Thing and tell us in the comment section below what you’d buy with your $50. Winner will be drawn on 30 Sept, 2010.


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