DockATot’s latest collection Wild At Heart is now live! Inspired by runway style and a love of nature, our four new chic prints bring the outside in by showcasing cheetah, cranes and leopard. We're making a roar and adding wild beauty to motherhood!

DockATot’s Aus/NZ Distributor and mama to four, Anita Lincolne-Lomax says, “Our new collection is designed for the fashion forward mama. We hope these designs feel as fierce, colourful and joyful as each of you and your little ones who are "wild at heart."

 

 

Painted SpotsA fashion editor favourite, this Cheetah print is the perfect neutral for every room in the house.

This light, desaturated print appears on the runway and into fashion editors homes nearly every season—making it a neutral and timeless motif that never goes out of style.

 

 

 

Bronzed CheetahThe timelessly chic cheetah print is a bold take on neutral. Counting spots helps soothe sleepy cubs.

Animal spots have always been a fashion-editor favourite. In décor they've served as statement-making pillows and rugs to the chicest interiors. One thing's for sure, this bold motif has stood the test of time.

 

 

CraneTake flight and spread your wings, little one. The migration of these elegant birds is a true wildlife spectacle.

Crane was born from the desire to create a print that was playful and cheeky yet elegantly refined. Featuring a watercolour peach backdrop covered in whimsical white cranes, we drew inspirations from the latest in both fashion and interiors.

 

 

Jungle CatFierce felines rule the animal kingdom. Hear them roar.

With wild cats being all the rage on the runway for some time, we knew we had to explore this trend while making it appropriate for a little one's jungle-themed nursery.

 

 

Shop our the collection, Wild At Heart at dockatot.com.au

 

Tag us (@dockatotausnz) on instagram. We can't wait to see your beautiful babies snoozing in their DockATots.

 

We hope you love our new prints as much as we do!

 

Love, DockATot xx

 

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