The shop floor might not scream “bring forth the urchin”, but the beautiful kids’ products make it a tempting prospect for parents.
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Cissy Wears is not your average kids’ shop, being the antithesis of cheap plastic toymageddon with its serene palette of black, white and dusty pastels.
The self-styled family-lifestyle store solves the age-old problem of how to entertain little ones when you’re in dire need of some retail therapy.
Every product is selected for its usability, design and value, resulting in an eclectic edit that will delight kids big and small.
There’s a large shoe department with a squashy sofa for trying on in comfort, with brands including Bobux, Salt-Water and Start-Rite.
Scandi Mini nails that Insta-worthy Nordic aesthetic that most of us can only dream of for our kids’ rooms and wardrobes.
Kids can type out their selfless act of kindness or bravery on the old-fashioned typewriter and add it to the shop’s Good Deed wall.
The shop’s cute, red-benched cafe offers a tranquil spot to peruse its well-presented, expertly chosen literary offer over a hot chocolate.
The cute cafe is the perfect place to relax with a coffee while you listen to French cafe music and people-watch out the window.
What?: The stylish Chelsea stalwart has a predictably tasteful kids’ department, stocking a well-chosen mix of design classics […]