WHAT’S ON THE WEB THIS WEEK: INDEPENDENT KIDS’ SITES

Here’s a little round-up of things we’ve found interesting on the web this week. We call it the Ladyloop. This week, in the run-up to Christmas we’re featuring some of our favourite independent kids’ stores online, so you can avoid a road-rage incident in the Westfield car park this year. 

Emma loves Shortstitch, a personal shopping service for kids, and thinks it might be the easiest (and laziest!) way to shop for stylish kids’ clothes. You get a whole mini capsule wardrobe in one box and return anything you don’t want for free…. it’s like a mini Gok Wan comes to your house and sorts your kids out.

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Selina wishes the gemstone print onesies at Mini Streetwear came in her size…

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Celia cannot hold back on This Modern Life: from storage to changing mats, this shop ticks all the boxes for kitting out a kid’s room in style!

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Clementine loves Abacus Kids, but is especially in awe of all the Kukkia wooden toys! Sushi, anyone?

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Ever since Bella discovered Petite Albion’s modernist merino knitwear she’s been willing all her friends to get pregnant. Again.

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