KeriKit create luxurious and practical bags for working women and mothers, that effortlessly organise belongings; whether you are being Mum, being the Boss, or grabbing precious Me-time! Each design contains perfectly placed pockets and clever compartments to easily stow away items, with every bag transforming to match your persona, no matter which hat you are wearing that day….
Autumn-Winter at KeriKit sees some new designs to introduce to you, as well as some gorgeous new colours too – sumptuous Oxblood, sophisticated grey, and a luxurious custom tan KeriKit have developed especially for this season.
The collection includes slouchy totes, clever backpacks including mini versions, handy clutches, new cross body styles and all with matching accessories like business card holders and key chains. Designs are made in either butter soft leather, hard-wearing nylon or Vegan leather and new for this season ‘croc-effect’ leather.
Keri’s personal favourite is the ‘Greta.’
The Greta is a new crossbody bag that’s also super-versatile. You can take it anywhere and use it in a variety of ways to fit your personal style. It’s perfect as an underarm bag, looped over a pram or stroller as a pram organiser, or as a cross-body bag for when you need both hands free.
It has perfectly placed pockets, which is consistent with all KeriKit bags, along with a thermally insulated bottle holder on the inside. Don’t worry, the Greta is not just about practicality, it’s a little bag that also comes with huge luxe-appeal and is perfect for play dates, date nights or days out exploring.
Greta is named after Greta Thunberg, who is a young environmental activist who has gained international recognition for her campaign to raise awareness about climate change. KeriKit respect’s her inner strength and commitment to stand up for an important cause. By naming a bag in her honour, KeriKit hope to help raise further awareness about climate change too.
Founder Keri Jamieson says: “I design KeriKit bags with women like me in mind: always moving, with a kid or two in tow, constantly switching between working, being a mum, and just being me.”
The full collection can be seen online at www.kerikit.com/