Loving Kitty Do Little, A Lot!

One of the most amazing things about todays blogathon (apart from the fact that I get to raise money for a fantastic cause) is discovering amazing new places to shop that I didn’t even know about!

Kitty Do Little is definitely one of these places, a website crammed full of more delightful accessories than I could ever have imagined. Some times it can be so difficult to shop ethically and sustainably and to find beautiful pieces that you really love and want to buy. But it has just got a whole lots easier and I think I am definitely going to be sorted for some of my Christmas shopping now.

The designers and niche brands at Kitty Do Little use innovative and luxurious materials to make delicately detailed and handmade pieces. They range from brands with a well established following to  hot emerging labels. You are sure to find something a little unusual here that will add that be the perfect finishing touch to any outfit and help your existing wardrobe mesh with the latest trends.

I couldn’t possibly tell you all that is amazing about Kitty Do Little in this post, you will just have to go and check out the website for yourself. But I thought I would share with you just a few of the pieces.

This clutch bag by Makki is made from Eel skin which is two to three times stronger than cow’s leather and because skins are a by-product of the food industry that would otherwise be discarded, Makki bags are durable, fashionable and, as a bonus, good for the planet. Best of all it looks amazing.

This sleek silver handbag has been cleverly made from seatbelts – what a great way to reuse them!

Honestly, you definitely have to check out the site for yourself at www.kittydolittle.com ! they have a whole section devoted to headwear and you can also search the site by answering the question, ‘what kind of Kitty are you?’ by choosing from all Flora and Fauna, Artful, Glamour Puss, Goddess, Vagabond or Wild Thing.
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