21 Mar [CLOSED] Local Love from Schnooky Pie
I won’t deny that when an email from Jaclyn, the owner of Schnooky Pie, popped in my mailbox, my ovaries ached for another baby just so I had an excuse to buy one of each of the most gorgeous looking onesies. But if the cuteness overload wasn’t enough, Jaclyn won me over with her passion for keeping her brand as local as possible.
Schnooky Pie is the epitome of proudly South African with their fabric sourced, their artwork printed and the babygrows produced in Durban by up-skilled women, providing them with jobs as seamstresses. The brand has worked tirelessly to bring you a summer range that is unique to the South African market, with the use of fun prints and subtle colour tones. To ensure only the quality, Schnooky Pie worked alongside 20 moms throughout South Africa to ensure only the best, by testing the fit, comfort, stretch and most importantly, everyday wear and tear. The result was a locally produced onesie promising phenomenal quality, tried and tested by those who wear it – after all, their opinions are the only ones that really matter, right?
Besides the unique look, feel and being locally sourced and produced, Schnooky Pie has defined cute – don’t believe me? Take a look at these pictures from their summer range which boasts 13 prints and a statement style which features studs at the back of the baby grow.
If you’d like to order one or all of these cute onesies, head over to Schnooky Pie’s website.
WIN WITH SCHNOOKY PIE!
Schnooky Pie have been so kind to sponsor a prize, for one of my readers. You could win a Schnooky Pie Onesie, of your choice, for your or a friend’s tot. All you need to do is follow the steps in the Raffle Copter below and remember to answer the simple question!
(competition opens on the 21st of March and closes on the 3rd April, winner(s) will be announced on social media and have 48 hours to claim prizes.)
I am Megan Kelly, the creator behind By Megan Kelly, mom of two boys, named Axl and Eli, and local business owner providing digital marketing solutions. I live on copious amounts of coffee, can be bribed with chocolate and will never admit to having too much makeup – although, I probably do.