i was intending on doing a these things today, as usual, but the Muku SS 2013 collection felt like just the right way to sign off the week. from the sweet little girls (those little dresses! those milk-maid braids! those flowers crowns!) to the simple & beautiful pieces for women made from exquisite natural fabrics – i am quite smitten with Lithuanian based Muku.

Muku mainly focus on kids clothing but likes to venture out and play around with toys, accessories, and whatever our exploring hands can create. We choose to use natural fibers. We get inspired by DIY idea, recycling, remakes, urban art… Find most of our materials from grandparents cupboards, antique bookshops, flea markets. All made with love and nicety.

they have a website, online shop and blog.

















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  1. I live in the states and LOVE your Dresses. I want one of each. Are there patterns I can buy? Keep up the Great Job…..

    • these are not my dresses. please read the post and click on the link to be taken to the Muku website.

  2. The little girls’ dresses are adorable. They remind me vaguely of the children’s clothing in this 20s sewing book I have.

  3. oh, my favorite lithuanian brand is finally on your blog! so happy!

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