Liberty | Mamas & Papas Spring 2016

Liberty | Mamas & Papas Spring 2016

I must have written before of my unending love for Liberty fabrics and patterns in all their guises. I’m seriously coveting some of the pieces from the latest Mamas & Papas Liberty Collection which launched this week. Mamas & Papas also seem to have 15% off for new customers too, using the code which pops up on the Mamas & Papas site.Liberty Mamas and Papas

I’ve collated some of my favourite pieces from the collection above – 3 are from the current collection and available now, although sadly the largest size they were available in when I tried to get Pip the jacket in the middle was aged 2-3, which is just too small for Pip, but I still wanted to share how beautiful the collection is, particularly as I can’t buy it… Although, if anyone I know gives birth to a girl then I’m buying them something from this range. I don’t usually like particularly gendered, or pink, clothes, but somehow, I’ve made a mental exception for these. The previous collection was available up to aged 3-4, so it was rather a disappointment to find this one stops smaller. If your daughter will fit into them then lucky you – the quality of the previous collection was really good, and I seriously love that little quilted jacket!

The others are from the lookbook to launch later in the year, I assume summer, and I am kind of hoping baby 2 is a girl just so I can buy the Irma Tana Print Sundress & Knicker Set (6) alongside one of the sun hats. (Did I ever write anywhere I bought some Liberty bloomers in the sale at Christmas on the off-chance the baby is a girl?)

I bought Pip a couple of pieces from the collection last autumn and she loves wearing them – this is the Emilia blouse & trouser set. To be perfectly honest, she prefers wearing the two separately but we’ve had a lot of wear out of them both, and the tutu skirt has been worn to every party and to the ballet, teamed with a Zara velvet cape. I recently found the photos from an autumnal outing to Hampstead Heath and realised I’d never posted them – better late than never, right?

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1 | Glenjade Print Frill Dress 2 | Peacock Jacket 3 | Emma Bib 4 | Tee and Emma Tutu 5 | Glenjade Print Sun Hat 6 | Irma Tana Print Sundress & Knicker Set



  1. Molly February 24, 2016 / 11:26 am

    Oh these are beautiful – and I love your photos. The Liberty Print M&P partnership is gorgeous isn’t it? We have a Liberty Print buggy that I’ll be very sad to stop using when Baby Girl eventually grows out of it. Maybe I’ll have to make it into some kind of outfit for me!!

  2. Polly February 24, 2016 / 9:37 pm

    I do love a bit of liberty print…. I sometimes wish Vega was a girl…. 😉

  3. Mel Wiggins February 24, 2016 / 9:44 pm

    Such iconic prints – love them. I got a liberty voucher from a kind friend at my baby shower for L (5 years ago) and bought some of their fabric – almost too beautiful to use! Must check this collection out for the new baby! x

  4. Alison February 25, 2016 / 9:25 am

    Oh this range is SO gorgeous. I’m a fan of the Liberty prints too and think the designs are fab.

  5. laura redburn February 25, 2016 / 10:44 am

    oh my goodness, love these! liberty patterns are fantastic. love your photos too!

  6. Lia : Tangerine Canteen February 25, 2016 / 1:57 pm

    Yep, totally love Liberty prints too! My sis is expecting & it’s a girl, I know where to go!!

  7. Katie Albury February 26, 2016 / 10:15 am

    Oh my goodness…I want everything! The big and outfit (3&4) are so beautiful…think I’m going to head over there now (my credit card won’t be very happy with you ha!) xx

  8. Kathryn February 26, 2016 / 4:44 pm

    Oh I love Pip’s outfit, it’s just how I like to dress my girls although they do have other ideas sometimes. Will always love Liberty prints! x

  9. fritha February 28, 2016 / 5:44 pm

    I love love that dress at number 6! Mamas and Papas do some lovely bits don’t they x

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