It’s not long now until we announce an exciting new chapter in Motherland history (cue: drum roll…), and to make way for exciting changes, we’re closing our online store.

Huge thanks to all our ridiculously loyal and supportive customers who have helped make our first foray into retail such a fun (and occasionally bonkers) experience. And massive gratitude and respect also to the incredible roster of designers, makers and brands we’ve worked with to date, all of whom generously took a punt on a little start-up.

Now, to celebrate the good times – and to help clear out our existing Motherland HQ – we’ve slashed the price of all our wares, with EVERYTHING half price…

But when it’s gone, it’s gone, so WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?!!

store.motherland.net

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