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Hip Zips for Kids

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Dress Code Host, Sasha, takes you to three of the best shops for your tot. From Giggle on the Upper East Side, Shoofly in 10013, and Kimberly Hall Kids in 10010 this Dress Code keeps your kids safe, stylish and smiling.

First up is the Upper East Side shop Giggle where only the healthiest and safest tried and tested kids products are sold. “The best thing about becoming a parent is remembering to giggle,” explains owner Alison Wing. They even have a stroller parking zone so you can ditch the extra baggage and peruse at your own speed.

1033 Lexington Avenue, 10021

Next is a mix of fun and whimsical products at Shoofly, which provides a schmorgasborg of colorful kids shoes, clothes and accessories. Tutu’s and sandals alike are available, all in a variety of colors and styles. This 10013 shop offers the finest of European soles for the hip kid in your family.

42 Hudson Street, 10013

Last but not least is a shop specializing in colorful creative interiors, Kimberly Hall Kids, the one stop shop for decorating. Shoppers can custom design an entire room around one item or swatch of cloth, or simply stop in to pick up a single piece of décor. Kimberly Hall Kids specializes in playful, humorous designs for the kid in all of us.


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