Pop-up Shop’s in London is blossoming as never before, on each and every corner of the cites trendy areas. They provide a dynamic space for new start ups and web retailer wanting to try out what it’s like to have a brick and mortar store -and to meet the customers. We’ve made a list of the top 3 Children’s clothes pop-up shops London this month.
The Danish children’s brand Molo create kids apparel with strong colours, fun prints, exciting shapes and bold combinations for a urban look -and the collection for Autumn Winter 2014 is no exception! There’s a graphic black and white theme, metallic details as well as a neon yellow that will brighten the dark season for sure.
Shampoodle, the sporty bohemians from Sweden, keeps evolving their ethical fashion with delicious colours, beautiful prints, unusual cuts and the softest organic cotton. This new collection offers effortless, unisex styles within the limits of Shampoodle’s tag line – childishly comfortable clothes.
Sometimes children need to travel on their own. Several carriers offer a service that allow children, this may surprise you but sometimes as young as five, to be travelling unaccompanied. Are you thinking about letting your child fly alone?
This honest update was a posted by a friend of mine on Facebook, a Norwegian mum of 3 young children:
“I got up at 7am and as everyone in the house was still sound asleep, I spend my quiet morning reading some parenting blogs, about their everyday life with babies and young children. And reading about all these perfect mums, the new homes and shiny cars, the impressively styled beautiful and cool looking families and children…
Winter greens, snow white, sparkly silver and that cozy dash of red. There was chunky knits, wrapped up presents, ginger bread men and mulled wine when The White Company hosted their press event at exclusive Rosewood House in London last night, and… It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas!