The MooMooi by Feelunique Collection

moomooi collection from Feelunique

Moomooi by Feelunique

Moomooi by Feelunique

Feelunique have teamed up with the fashion illustrator Meredith Wing (@moomooi) to create a collection of 6 gorgeous limited edition accesssories. They all feature pretty, whimsical, floral designs and I love them all!

iphone 5 and iphone 6 Case £10

I’ll have to admit, I’m living with a slightly outdated iphone 5c, which unfortunately doesn’t quite fit the case. However, I did manage to squeeze it in (with the volume button stuck on up) and it looked so pretty. The case doesn’t feel like it’ll break the second you drop your phone either, which is useful if you’re clumsy like me.

Travel Wallet £9

You could just keep your travel card in your purse or you could keep it in this cute little travel wallet which also has a mirror. If you have a million different credit cards, debit cards and loyalty cards which make finding that one card you’re looking for impossible, this could be a lifesaver.

Makeup Bag £12

This is a really good sized makeup bag that will fit most makeup essentials, even eyeshadow palettes. The little blue tassel on the zip is so sweet and I love the floral design.

Kabuki Brush £14

I have never owned a brush as pretty as this one. I adore the Parisian theme with the Eiffel tower and the flowers and the brush is good quality too.

Tote Bag £10

Ever since the 5p bag charge came in I’ve accumulated a collection of these tote bags (which I always forget to take shopping with me). Again the design is really pretty and it will definitely be coming with me on my shopping trips.

What do you think of the Moomooi collection? Are there any items you would purchase?

The Moomooi collection is available from Feelunique.

*These products were sent to me for review, but all opinions are my own. See my disclaimer for more information.

  • I have seen this collection on other people’s blog and I think that the items look lovely! The Kabuki brush and phone case look very cute 🙂

    Sarah | What Sarah Writes