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Local Flair Issue 29: Little Bedoo


The struggle of finding cultural clothes for your little ones in the UAE is too real, but when I came across this local business Little Bedoo, my search was finally over. Little Bedoo is a a traditional gulf clothing brand for babies and toddlers, and they stock the most adorable kandooras, dishdasha, jalabiyas and accessories such as bibs too. I…

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Local Flair Issue 28: Nats&Jun


Local Flair is back yet again, this time with a woman who wishes to #normalisebreastfeeding with her efforts and business idea. Natasha Bajaj is the founder of Nats & Jun, UAE’s first Designer Breastfeeding Fashion Label. Read on to know more about Natasha’s passion and drive to making breastfeeding mainstream as well as the benefits that her business offers. 

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Local Flair Issue 25: BizzyBox


Local Flair is back with another issue, and this time I have with me Shannon, owner of Bizzybox. A concept that brings you activity boxes for babies and toddlers designed to help reach developmental milestones through fun and interactive play. Read on to find out how this concept came to life earlier this year and what Shannon hopes to achieve…

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Local Flair Issue 17: Youmah


Today’s Local Flair Issue brings to you not one, but two entrepreneurs. Carla and Tarek are the happily married couple behind the website Youmah. Read on to find out more about their aim for providing organic products to mothers in the UAE. P.S. Giveaway at the end of the post!

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Local Flair Issue 15: Handmade Creations


Today’s Local Flair Issue brings to you the lovely Maryam, owner of Handmade Creations. Maryam creates bespoke quilts amongst other things, for children. These unique designs are handcrafted by Maryam herself, created to the parent’s needs, and to be treasured forever. Read on to find out more about the inspiration behind the quilts, as explained by Maryam herself.

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Local Flair Issue 14: LokaLoka Boutique


For today’s Local Flair Issue, we are joined by the wonderful Monique, owner of LokaLoka Boutique. Passionate about her business, LokaLoka offers “practical bags for women who can afford better“. LokaLoka’s leather bags are simple, understated (but never unstylish) and without a label. You can also personalise your classic leather totes with a Gold or Silver stamp, or opt for Blind…

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Local Flair Issue 12: Party Camel


It is time for another issue of Local Flair, and this time I had the pleasure of meeting Aisha Leitner, mother of two and running an Inspirational Party Supplies business, called Party Camel. The online shop doesn’t miss a thing when it comes to helping you plan your perfect party, whether it be party bags, caterers or cake stands! Read…

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