25/06/2014
Despite their name, Mum & Co. create pieces that are too cool for your mum (unless your mum is super on-trend, of course).

Words by

Sinead Stubbins

The Polish brand specialises in beautiful handmade backpacks, clutches, shoulder bags and bucket pags. The vintage touches on these bags is what makes them sepcial, particulalry paired with buttery soft leather and suede (is there anything better?). The best thing about Mum & Co. is that these bags are made to last; with tough leather cord and straps making these babies last a lot longer than your 'ol tote. Just what your mum would want, really.

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