The French institute of Estonia’s newest partner, My Lovely Thing

My Lovely Thing is a stationery and fashion accessories French brand. In their website, they describe the accessories they sell as “lovely things”, mostly because they are delicate objects, sometimes sparkly but always poetic.

My Lovely ThingMy Lovely Thing stationery and accessories are somewhere between delicacy and poetry, according to the brand founder, Marie. Some of the postcards, the posters and the pins tell you the stories of adorable characters such as Joséphine and Camille. Joséphine and Camille are bunnies whose adventures include going for a swim and even getting married.

My Lovely Thing

But that’s not all! You’ll find on My Lovely Thing website other products such as tablecloths co-created with the brand Semille, refined bracelets created in collaboration with the brand Emarose and delightful body soaps co-created with Savonnerie Bertaux. 

If you find those products appealing, we’re giving you the opportunity to win one of My Lovely Thing products! Indeed, we’re organizing a contest on our Instagram page starting from the 28th of August! Don’t forget to check our Instagram account on that day to have all the details about the contest.


My Lovely Thing

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