Sun Jellies - Retro Basket Black

Sun Jellies - Retro Basket Black

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The Retro Basket is the Sun Jellies original classic jelly bag, famous in Europe and America. Now available in 3 sizes, there is a Retro Basket for everyone and every occasion…

The large Retro will hold all your daytime essentials – the ultimate arm candy, it’s uber chic and practical too. The small version allows for some twinning fun with your little one, and the adorable mini Retro offers the same burst of jelly joy, in an even cuter size that’s perfect for party favours.  

A Retro Basket is not just a handbag, it’s the most versatile accessory in your wardrobe… use it around the home to store craft projects, kid’s toys, and bits n’ bobs on your desk or dresser! Filled with party treats, it’s the perfect gift basket for every celebration, from Valentine’s and Easter, through to Halloween and Christmas, and of course, your slumber parties, birthday celebrations, and bachelorette parties too!

They are shipped flat and easy to assemble by popping the sides together. Going on vacation? Simply un-pop to flatten so you can pack multiple colours and sizes without using up luggage space. The perfect holiday accessory! 

Dimensions: Large: 35 x 30 x 14cm

  • 100% recyclable LDPE
  • Wipe clean, reuse

 Meet the Maker:

Living on the south coast of England, our co-founders, Kelly & Nick, were once searching for cute summery shoes that Kelly and their young kids could wear to the local pebbly beaches. They stumbled upon Méduse, the French brand of jelly shoes originally created in 1946 during a worldwide leather shortage.

It was the beginning of a jelly love story… charmed by the Méduse brand and the rainbow of colours available, Kelly & Nick launched the Sun Jellies online store in 2012, bringing these iconic French jelly shoes to the UK shores and beyond. They discovered an ever-growing fanbase of jelly shoe lovers in every corner of the globe. But the story didn’t end there…