Grayson & Goose and Mama's Armour launch stunning Christmas Collection
Main feature image: Grayson+Goose BeU Beanies €19.95
As the festive season twinkles on the horizon, Grayson & Goose, the cherished Irish children’s accessory brand founded by fashion stylist Justine King, and its sister brand Mama's Armour, invite families to explore a wonderland of stylish and practical Christmas gifts perfect for the littlest to the most grown-up members of the family.
Grayson & Goose shine bright with their polarised sunglasses, available in eight beautiful shades in sizes Baby (0-2 years) and Mini (2-4 years). Their BeU Beanies, launched last winter, continue to spread cheer with 10 hues and 23 interchangeable pom poms, available in Mini (0-4 years) and Kiddo (4 years to adult) sizes, ensuring everyone can sparkle with individuality. For the tiniest ones, the cashmere blend baby bonnets in seven colours and "Realt Beag" baby milestone blankets are poised to make baby’s first Christmas unforgettable.
Grayson & Goose eagerly embraces the spirit of the season by donating €1 from every sale to selected Irish children's charities, including Bumbleance, Barrettstown, Barnardos, and Laura Lynn, making each purchase a gift that keeps on giving.
Mama's Armour brings comfort and ease to new mothers on their breastfeeding journey. The brand's organic cotton feeding covers, available in leopard and zebra prints, come with a matching burp cloth and a drawstring bag and are priced at €49.99 per set. For mothers seeking healing and protection during breastfeeding, Mama's Armour's 999 sterling silver cups offer the highest purity on the market, ensuring safety and comfort. They retail at €39.99 and are available in two sizes, S (A-C cup) and L (D+ cup)
Celebrate this Christmas with gifts that offer more than just style – they come with a promise of quality, comfort, and charity. With free delivery in Ireland on orders over €20 from Grayson & Goose and over €60 from Mama’s Armour, plus standard international shipping, spreading joy across the globe has never been easier.