This week we’re giving away an exclusive selection of kids’ boxers from our friends at Druthers, in New York. A Brooklyn-based label focusing solely on well-made underwear for guys, Druthers source sustainable material from around the world, creating beautifully-cut, limited edition designs in Japan and NYC. Now they’ve created a range of matching pairs for girls and boys, aged 2 to 10, which are out-of-this-world cute – and we’re giving away three pairs in Toucan, Banana Plantation and Pineapple print.

To win…

Simply share the above image on any of our social channels, with the line ‘WIN! Druthers x Motherland Giveaway @motherlandnet @drutherwear ‘

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Alternatively, enter on all three channels to TRIPLE your chance of winning… (Fancy!)

The lucky lady – or man – will be selected at random and announced on social media on Thursday 9 June, so be sure to follow us to keep in the loop.

Now, go forth and win!

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