Serena and Lily – Australian site newly launched and utterly luscious

The first thing that strikes me as unique and desirable about Serena and Lily‘s new ranges of bed linen is that the bedding for girls isn’t primarily pink! In a world where it’s almost impossible to buy for girls without some shade of pink infiltrating every part of a product, this manchester is a delight to my eyes. After all, I was a little girl once, whose favourite colour was always blue!
That said, if you do have a little lady who loves pink, the bedding is easily accessorised with it, as shown in that stunning picture featuring the yellow Isabel set. The green baroque-style ‘Caroline’ will never date, so it’s likely she’ll take this set to college with her. Co-ordinating sheets complete the look and a variety of pillowsham options lend depth and texture to the combinations. Those little girls who love blue will delight in the ‘Marina’ style with gorgeous peacocks beautifully captured in crisp colours.

The stand out print for me is the Maggie Nursery bedding. The green and yellow colours are so perfectly Seventies and are a fresh reminder of lush Spring days. It’s stunningly unisex – finally those who don’t find out the sex of their babies can choose the cream of the crop. The offerings can be so drab in unisex bedding, but Maggie will thrill.

It is notable that the most decadent site on the planet for well-heeled parents – Poshtots – stock Serena and Lily. This alone qualifies the luxurious quality in both construction and style which it prides itself on.

Celebs like Jennifer Garner and Debra Messing can’t be wrong! Get your Serena and Lily from the new Australian site, launched only days ago. Nursery sets are $979 and duvet covers start at $350. Also check out the slings, blankets and cuddly toys.

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