Our Brands

Caro y Lina strives to find the very best brands for its customers, and has married a couple together in perfect harmony for your wardrobe.
We have YAYA, was founded in 1992, getting their inspiration from all of their travels from around the world. The brand offers a mix of authentic items, from both feminine to the more edgy looks. They are a casual wear brand that gives a twist with a feminine feel. They believe they give every woman the foundation for their wardrobes, looking at pieces that they can layer up and mix with other collections.
Next, we have Kaffe, it has provided the natural feminine woman with a modern Scandinavian style since 1993. True to the Kaffe philosophy they are loyal to the past and believe in the fitter classic. With 25 years of experience, they continue to create timeless collections with beautiful feminine details.
Then we have the lovely Gustav, a Danish-based international fashion brand catering to women who feel at home in the world. Gustav is complex sophisticated fashion, with attention to every detail and a love of design, craftsmanship and fit. Seeking out the uniqueness that results when there is a difference in materials, designs and colours meet, each style is casual and feminine at heart.
Now meet Agnes Sunyer’s, their designs are thought for the woman of the twenty first century: cosmopolitan, urban, chic who loves her profession and craves for a unique design, versatile and atemporal. A woman who wants more and treasures her time. As is a brand made by a woman to help others to boost their image, the brand is made and located in Barcelona, which gives it a lovely homely feel.
Finally, we have AND LESS, and less derives from Scandinavian simplicity, Nordic thought, and not least the tradition of the craft. A balance between traditions and innovations.Regardless how you decide to combine the styles, you will be on point. Sophisticated femininity? Energetic youthfulness? Sporty elegance? Comfortable confidence? There is no right or wrong in And Less and the styling possibilities are wide and diverse.

Stephanie Turner