How we ship
We ship most of our products ourselves. Before leaving our premises, each item is carefully inspected and packaged, in order to make sure that it will reach you in perfect condition. We only use shipping companies that we trust will deliver your order safely and in time. In the majority of cases we use the swedish postal service. We strive to keep delivery charges as low as possible. Hence most of the time we can not supply tracking numbers for your shipment. If you want us to use a different way of shipping, please contact us ahead of placing your order.
Shipping & Handling Charges
We use flat rate shipping charges as follows;
Within Sweden: 3€
United Kingdom: 6£
Rest of Europe: 5€
Rest of the World: 10€
No other handling charges will be added.
Where we ship
We can ship to most countries in the world. If you do not reside in Sweden or the EU, please note that on top of the order payment, you will have to bear any customs charges when your order reaches your country. We have no control over these, and advise you to contact your local customs office. If you do not know how to do this, please contact us and we will be happy to help you in this respect.
We normally dispatch orders within 48 hours of receiving them. Orders within Europe have a delivery time of around 1 week. Most orders will reach customers outside of Europe within 14 days. Note, however, that this is an estimate and that deviations can occur.
31 Jan, 2019
A new season is upon us and we are getting ready to launch our highly awaited 2019 spring collection. To get the excitement going and give you a little sneak peek of what’s to come, we sat down with our founder and creative director Linda Sätterström to talk about the upcoming season and collection.
TRENDS 2019, What are the biggest trends this upcoming season and what has inspired you the most?We’ll be seeing a lot of free flowing colours this spring I believe. Rainbows and prisms that blend together in aquarelle styles. I’ve gathered inspiration from that trend in the new collection, where you’ll be seeing a lot more colour than usual. My inspiration in general has been atelier work and the naive way in which children create things. That probably comes through as well. Hopefully in a good way.
COLOUR SCHEME, What are the colour trends this spring and what would you say will be the it-colour? There’s a strong trend going on where many different blushed tones are mixed together. We’ll be using rusty brown, pink and plum tones highlighted by an amazing golden yellow that we’ve worked in on a lot of places. I believe that yellow will be the it-colour for spring. You’ll be needing a yellow blanket! Preferably one that can be upcycled as a scarf.
TRANSITIONING STYLES, What looks from last season do we take with us into spring and summer? The botanical theme will continue. We’re bringing the AW18 style “Midnight Bells” over on a lot of items, like a Stockholm Stroller and an amazing new frill Baby Bib. Since it’s comprised from our base colours it will match beautifully with the SS19-collection and all the aquarelle patterns it will bring.