Awesome Accessories with a Touch of Retro Style
The gift ideas on today’s post come from the glamorous world of Bedcrumb. Travel and fashion accessories that celebrate colour, illustration and retro-inspired indulgence. Each of the pieces is created from the original illustrations of Bedcrumb founder and designer, Heidi. Crafted in small runs and far away from any ideas of mass-production each one makes a truly lovely gift.
The first gift ideas come from Bedcrumb’s range of travel accessories – a pretty present idea as the weather gets summery. The first image on today’s post is the ‘Brigitte Passport Holder – Stowaway’ – a digital print on 100% cotton canvas and black cotton lining. The design features a contrasting bead and black elastic closure. Retailing at £12.50 the passport cases comes with it’s very own Bedcrumb keyring. Our second image shows two designs from the collection of ‘Bette Sunglasses Cases’. Each of the pieces has a unique illustration on the front and vintage fabric print on the reverse. Sunglasses cases are also available at £12.50.
Bedcrumb also has a selection of delightful fashion accessories … The first is the ‘Deer Hearts Pocket Mirror’, a cute & kitsch design on the reverse of a handy pocket mirror; a gorgeous mini gift at just £4.00. Alternatively for £6.50 you can get the mirror and its very own customer made black cotton and net pouch, making it ready to be presented as a gift. The ‘Call Me Birdy purse’ is a retro-inspired purse suitable to be used for make up or cash. One of six unique designs, each has its own lipstick kiss on the reverse. Bedcrumb purses are priced £15.95 each. The final image is the pretty ‘Polka Dot Purse’, which makes a wonderful pencil or brush purse. I love the little Sausage Dog on the reverse, a wonderful example of the perfect little details that go into each design. This purse retails at £12.50 and like many Bedcrumb products comes with a co-ordinated keyring.
All of the gifts on today’s post and many more can be seen and purchased online direct from the Bedcrumb website.