Little Luba provided me with product and compensation in exchange for my review. As usual, my thoughts are 100% honest and my own.
If you take a look around popular Instagram accounts you’ll probably notice a theme – classic colours and prints are so on trend right now for children’s fashion. Clean lines, classic design, vintage feel. Everyone is eating it up with a big ‘ole spoon, myself included! It’s all the rage, so it’s no surprise to see that transfer into the hair accessory world. You’ll find the best in trendy hair bows from Little Luba.
I’m so excited to share Little Luba with all of you. Paige, the lovely (and Canadian, yay!) woman behind the shop, is so inspiring. She worked full time in the fashion industry before opening her shop. She has always had a passion for sewing and designing, ever since she was a little girl who watched her mom and grandma sewing. That passion turned into her career and then pushed her to start her own business!
As a little girl I always loved when my mom would do my hair. She would brush it, braid it, crimp it (hello 90’s!), and add the sweetest little clips. My hair was down to my butt when I was only 3 years old! I always loved having pretty hair, and the bonding time my mom and I shared when she would do my hair for me. I longed to share that with a little girl of my own someday.
When Brynn was first born she had a full head of hair, but it all thinned out as it does for babies sometimes. She was nearly bald for quite some time after that (I had to use girlie glue to “glue” bows to her head. Don’t worry, it’s all natural – you can even use it to attach fake earrings to your child’s ear lobes). Needless to say I couldn’t wait to be able to put the adorable clips I saw all over the internet in her hair, and when her hair was finally long enough I went a little crazy. We have so many bows it’s probably way past addiction at this point. I don’t even mind. I continue to add to her collection.
My favourite bows of Brynn’s collection are her hand tied bows. I love the classic look of them and their versatility – they go with anything! I can feel confident that they will surpass all current trends and be able to be worn for years, or handed down to any future female siblings or her own daughters.
Little Luba offers hand tied and knot bows in a wide range of colours and patterns. There are solid basics, pastels, chambrays, florals, and plaids – Everything you’d need to complete and compliment your sweet girl’s outfits. You can get them on clips or on popular nude nylon elastic headbands. It’s plainly obvious that each piece is handcrafted with love and care, and that attention to detail is highly important to Paige.
If you’re a long time reader then you know that I really love to support small shops, especially when they’re Canadian, so I was really excited to share Little Luba with you. I cannot recommend these bows highly enough. I got the chance to photograph the entire line, and let me tell you, it’s basically impossible to choose favourites.
Since we love you guys so much, Paige and I decided to give one of you the chance to majorly add to your bow collection. We are giving one lucky winner 12 bows of their choice from her shop! To enter, visit my Instagram here. Contest is open worldwide and ends Friday, April 1st @ 11:59pm EST.
Hi! I’m Paige and I own Little Luba, a handmade shop for little girls. I live and work from my home in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in Canada.
Ever since I was a little girl, I can remember my mom and grandma always sewing clothing for me. I’ve always had a passion for designing and sewing, thanks to them. Before starting Little Luba I worked full time in the fashion retail industry. I love clothing, fashion and fabric so it was right up my alley! Although it was not something I could see myself doing for the rest of my life. About a year ago I had an itch to do something for me, something I enjoy doing in my spare time. I was so busy with 2 jobs that it was hard squeeze anything in but it was important to me to take some time for myself and do something that I know I have fun with. So I started to make little hair bows for my sweet 4 year old cousin. I had people ask me where I got them from and when I told them I made them myself they wanted some. That got me thinking.. Maybe other people would want to actually purchase these too! So I purchased some fabric in a variety of colours, opened a etsy shop and started selling! And that’s how Little Luba came to be.