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Digital Superstars: The Instagram Kids Edit


by Niamh ODonoghue
28th Dec 2016

No, we’re not talking about the never-ending debate on whether to put pictures of your kids online; we’re talking about how Instagram is the?go-to place to find inspiration for your children’s wardrobes and bedrooms. There are some truly gorgeous newly launched brands choosing the prettiest of all social platforms to showcase their wares.

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YOUNGHEARTS.IE?is an online store set up by two Irish sisters?and their edit on what’s cool for kids is totally spot on. Their Insta feed is fab, and the clothes they stock are a delightfully monochromatic relief from mainstream stores.

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Kid Store Powerscourt Shopping Centre

KID STORE DUBLIN is a bricks and mortar store in Dublin’s Powerscourt Centre, where you can find all the things a trendy kid needs – again, more monochrome merged with cool prints and other design-led loveliness. Their Insta feed is endlessly scrollable.

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CISSY WEARS is a London based kids? concept store that, at the moment?is popping up in Liberty (can you get cooler?). Favoured and championed by many a blogger, such as Irish ex-pat, Eimear?Varian Barry, the brand is the epitome of kiddo-chic for many a London mama.