Not your average kids’ shop by any means – and definitely one to bear in mind when you’re in the market for something a bit special.
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Lianne Tangco is a university Dyslexia Adviser. She has lived in Croydon for five years and has a 13-month-old son called Peadar.
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.
While everything about The Mother Maker markets is child-friendly, this still felt like a reassuringly grown-up affair.
There’s a large shoe department with a squashy sofa for trying on in comfort, with brands including Bobux, Salt-Water and Start-Rite.
The shop is adorable and the selection is perfect. The sale is also absolutely brilliant with loads of massive reductions.
Everything is so stylish it’s borderline ridiculous, plus I love kids’ shops with play areas, even if they’re too nice to use
What?: For one weekend only, silly-cute online boutique Greenberry Kids set up shop in Hampstead’s adorable Maison Auguste. The result? A cacophony of enraptured coos and squees as visitors lingered over rails filled with Monbebe bunny bonnet-and-babygrow sets complete with ears and fluffy tails