Grace Loves Lace launches 'Mini' flower girl collection
30 Oct 2020
GRACE Mini is the very first children’s collection from Grace Loves Lace made from offcuts of past bridal gowns
Grace Loves Lace has launched a new, completely sustainable, kids collection called GRACE Mini.
Created with offcuts and extra material from gowns in their bridal line, the collection has been designed with an active little adventurer in mind who can run, skip, play and explore wearing GRACE Mini in unrestricted comfort.
Talking about the collection, founder and creative director Megan Ziems wanted to create a collection for the women of tomorrow. Her aim was to provide clothing that young girls can feel confident and carefree in, but with ethical manufacturing, high quality and sustainable practices at the forefront. The GRACE Mini collection is completely free from waste, with all styles made to order and made from 96% recycled fabrics from GLL wedding gown production.
The collection, available on the Grace Loves Lace website from October 30, is comprised of 8 new flower girl gowns and 13 accessories, with prices ranging from £40 – £250. As well as a beautiful range of pieces for children ages 2-7 years old, Grace Loves Lace has also launched a children’s book to celebrate the new collection. The book is called Tess and Her Dress and it details the journey of a young girl learning where her new dress came from. A book will be gifted with each dress.