Calling all soon-to-be or new mums and kiddos! Meet these stylish Cluny Court shops.
Thinking you need some clothes that look slightly less mum-ish for that overdue drinks date with your girlfriends? Drop by Rosalie Pompon for elegant pieces brought in from Europe. Mix-and-match tops and bottoms from French labels like ba&sh and Des Petits Hauts that will keep you on-trend.
NEXT: Simone Irani →
Maybe you’re heading on a tropical holiday or a pool party, and want to feel confident for the inevitable social media photo-taking sesh with your mini-me. Head over to Simone Irani for a light, flowy kaftan (from $120) in colours and prints that will pop on camera.
NEXT: The Tui Collection →
For the perfect shoe, check The Tui Collection’s 7 Seas line, which easily transitions from day to evening. The Meteorite High Heel ($298) comes in bronze or pewter, and is designed to both accommodate and flatter thicker ankles (water retention, much?), thanks to a zip-up back and V-point front.
NEXT: Lilla Lane →
No look is complete without a statement bag. Behold Lilla Lane’s bohemian-style, drawstring Wainscot Bucket ($204), which is available in black, tan, orange, brown and grey. Bonus: Its roominess means you can fit everything inside, including diapering or feeding essentials.
NEXT: The Big Blow →
Now that you’re dressed and ready to go, don’t forget your ‘do! Let the hair professionals at The Big Blow primp and preen you for your next showing. Their S3: Super Smooth and Sleek Blow Out ($125) defrizzes all hair types for an ultra-smooth and manageable mane. Get a trim, a wash or even a Perfect Up-Do ($70) to look like a red-carpet celeb.
NEXT: Twelve By Elly →
Focusing on a wide range of clothing, shoes and accessories for the tween customer, Twelve by Elly is a multi-label store that carries brands like American Outfitters, Mini Rodini, Baggu and Rivera from the US and Europe. It’s also a good place for 6 to 12 year olds to find cute presents for their friends!
NEXT: Rosalie Pompon →
By Joshua Tan, The Finder Kids (Vol. 21), November 2017
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