Olivia Sewell is the founder and editor of The Caperberry Collective. She lives with her partner, 2-year-old son Max and 7-week old daughter Kitty, in the pretty West Kent English countryside. For our #LittleChat series, we asked her about fashion, inspirations, and learned more about her current favorites.
How are things with work and the children?
As I neared the end of my pregnancy earlier this year, I was already preparing for a shift in my work/life juggle. This was before lockdown was on anyone's mind! I manage to find pockets of time to delve into Caperberry whilst Max and Kitty nap/play. You'll also find me sending the odd email at 3am whilst I feed my daughter! I think it's more important that ever to support brands and businesses, particularly small ones.
Have you started something new or tackled a project that you had been putting off?
I've painted a chest of drawers Charleston House style - something I've wanted to do for months.
What are you watching?
We've just started watching Netflix's 'Unorthodox', one episode in and we're already hooked.
What are you reading?
Cookery books! In particular, Georgina Hayden's 'Taverna'. There's a recipe for Orange, Yoghurt and Filo Cake which I can't wait to attempt.
What are you listening to?
Agnes Obel - So soothing. I could listen to 'September Song' on repeat. 
And Tracy Chapman. Always. 

What do you like to wear?
Living in dresses and jumpers (Babaa knits all the way!) 
What fashion trends are you most excited about for this season?
Anything that remotely resembles Little House on the Prairie (this applies to both me and my kids!)

What kids fashion brands have inspired you lately?
Elfie London for aforementioned Prairie chic, plus Bobbi and Kate, Annaliv and Bobo Choses.
Any tips for switching off?
A cup of tea, toast and aeroplane mode. 
Thanks to Olivia Sewell

Thanks to Maryline Price of Cartable