Last year I was introduced to the children’s clothes brand Jacadi at their Hampstead branch and was immediately taken by their traditional, timeless classic pieces that are made to perfection.
The brand has gone from strength to strength since hitting the UK and a brand new store has just opened in Richmond that we went to check out last night.
I decided to have a bit of quality time with number three who was more than happy to join me and see what they had to offer.
The store was a little ones dream with a Charlie And The Chocolate Factory theme complete with chocolate fountains, big sticky lollies and a real life Umpa Lumpa!
It was at this point I was extremely pleased that I hadn’t got the little ones as there is no way I would have been able to keep their chocolate covered fingers away from the beautiful clothes!
The stores collection was as stunning as I had expected.
For the boys their were beautiful soft knits that could be teamed perfectly with smart shirts and tailored trousers.
For the girls their were cute dresses and matching cardigans in bright colours that are always welcome at this time of year.
The section that always catches my eye though is for the really tiny ones.
I like babies in outfits that are firstly made for comfort as well as looking good and this is what Jacadi have down to a tee.
Jacadi falls into the upper price bracket of children’s clothing but they really are items that are made to last and with their classic designs could be passed down through the family for years to come without aging at all.
I know that I would be super happy to find a little blue gift box for any of my little ones under the tree this Christmas.
*I was supplied with a gift token for attending this event and they are all my own, honest opinions.
Who could resist a trip to a stunning new children’s wear store in the run up to Christmas.
We were lucky enough to be asked by Jacadi to come along to their brand new store in Hampstead and select an outfit from their wonderful collection.
Until now Jacadi was not a name that I was to familiar with but I soon feel in love with their classic French lines that also had that modern edge.
I had the youngest boys with me and number four was more than happy to wander round the store and pick himself an outfit. The boy has great taste and selected a pair of bright red straight leg trousers, a blue and grey rugby style top and some georgous blue suede boots with red stitching.
You could easily create a capsule wardrobe from this store that could be mixed and matched and take you through the whole season.
What I loved was their range went up to the age of twelve as I often find shopping for my nine year old daughter a challenge as I like to keep her in age appropriate clothes which other stores don’t often cater for.
The whole experience of shopping here was a pleasure from being greeted by the friendly staff as you enter to the imaulate gift wrapping at the end of your shop.
I can’t wait for the new collection to hit the shelves and will be keeping an eye out for their online store which will be coming to the UK very soon.
We were given a complementary voucher to spend at this event and they are all my own, honest opinions.